On Saturday 19 October, Year 11 students Isobel Adedeji, Kafui Aheto, Alisha Gayle, Savannah Mullings- Johnson and Katelyn Isliker attended the London School of Economics Black Achievement Conference. They were accompanied by their parents and Mr Das, Head of Year 11.
The LSE Black Achievement Conference is an annual, one-day event, aimed at helping high achieving African-Caribbean students and their families plan for their future by providing a taste of higher education.
The students took part in motivational sessions and student life workshops led by current LSE students, while their parents attended sessions on supporting their child’s education.
Mr Das said “The Year 11 students enjoyed the day and have been inspired to aim higher, think bigger, and realise their potential.”