We are providing tuition classes in East London and are following the national curriculum. Our core area of work is to help counter underachievement for all children by concentrating on fundamental skills such as literacy, numeracy, and creative thinking.
Amity is looking at engaging future parents with the educational system and tries to explain the significance that a parent has on their education, considering that it is the parent who possible has the best understanding of the child’s physical, social, developmental and family history.
As a charity working to support education, we provide a suitable environment to students in order to help them prosper in their studies. In this service, Amity acts as a mediator to bring together like minded students in appropriate accommodation.
Amity Educational Foundation is a charity based in East London who’s main purpose is to provide children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds an opportunity to express their energy in a constructive manner. We aim to support our beneficiaries via the implementation of social and educational activities which increases confidence, vision, and aspirations with respect to the wider world. Furthermore we also like to complement cultural differences thus promote community cohesion.
Together with the whole international community, we are deeply shocked by the series of terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut that resulted in the deaths and injuries of hundreds of innocent people. We strongly condemn this act of barbarity on an unprecedented scale. Once again we strongly emphasize that terrorism is a fundamental threat to the[…]
Amity Educational Foundation has been successful in being selected to be a charity supported by the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2015. This challenge runs each year in early December, where online donations are matched by the the charities own pledges and the Big Give Charity Champions. Our aim is to raise maximum of £40000 in online donations.[…]
Amity community centre aims to advance community cohesion by endorsing understanding and tolerance amongst community groups. Community engagement breakfast is one of the community projects of Amity. We have started this event and will aim to continue it every Fridays from now on by inviting local people of different cultures, religions and social groups together to[…]
12th International Language and Culture Festival’s Britain qualifications was held in Walthamstow Town Hall, London on the 3rd May. The programme that was consisted of a wide range of colourful and amazing performances hosted a number of valuable guests including Cllr Nadeem Ali, the mayor of Walthamforest and the deputy mayor of Redbridge Tania Solomon and her[…]
May 03 – The 12th International Language & Culture Festival You are Cordially Invited to join the 12th Annual International Language & Culture Festival on May 03, 2014 @ 7pm to 10pm. This year, the event will take place at Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Students participating are from different schools between the ages 12 and 18 years[…]
The 10th “International Language and Culture Festival” organized by Amity was held in Wood Green, Dominion Centre. Around 2,000 guests from and outside of London gathered to watch our charity’s biggest event of the year. Amongst the invitees Haringey’s Mayor also attend the event . The participants competed in the categories of English songs, Turkish songs and[…]
The 10th International Language and Culture Festival requests the pleasure of your company to attend the England Finals which will select the winning students to represent England at the Grand Finals in Turkey this year comprising 1500 students attending from 135 countries. The England Finals will be held at the Dominion Centre on 19 May[…]
The Amity Educational Foundation Team, working with the new community centre in Redbridge, accompanied families who use the centre on a visit to a local care home, bringing Mothers’ Day flowers for the female residents. Residents very much enjoyed the visit, which also brought together different generations, different cultural groups and different local organisations.
Amity Educational Foundation has opened a community centre in Ilford. The event was a great success, very well attended by local people of a range of cultural backgrounds. Speeches were given by Mr Hakan Bayram, Director of the Centre, Cllr Chris Cummins, Mayor of Redbridge, Mike Gapes MP, PCSO Mike Welch and Mehmet Cakmak, a[…]
We are providing tuition classes in Ilford, Walthamstow and StokeNewington and are following the national curriculum. These supplementary schools follow the literacy and numeracy programme developed by the Axis Educational Trust which is a registered charity (no 1041474) that has been providing education services since 1994. Axis Supplementary Schools have been providing supplementary education for[…]