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Education In Britain Through Supplementary Schools & Mentoring

Wheat Mentor Support Trust in association with Akoben Awards deliver this interesting talks and edutainment focused on education

A talks based programme followed by Question & Answer session on the importance of education to Africans and why they set up supplementary schools in the UK; a tribute to the pioneers of supplementary schools including John La Rose and Eric Huntley; and the importance of mentoring in education. Speakers include Dr. Hailu Hagos (Wheat Mentor Support Trust), and Eric Huntley, (Bogle L'Ouverture Press). Chair: Kwaku (Akoben Awards)

The Akoben Awards’ 'African History: Did You Know?' edu-tainment CD will be launched during the event.


Dr Hailu Hagos | talks | www
Mr Eric Huntley | talks | www
Mr kwaku | talks | www


Date and Time:

27 October 2010 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Harrow Civic Centre
Station Road

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Organised by:

BritishBlackMusic.com / Black Music Congress
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£Free but preferable to pre-book via: info@bstop.net

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