Their academic feats have been inspired by their eldest sister, Anne-Marie Imafidon, who recently became the youngest ever Oxford Graduate. She, along with staff and students of Excellence in Education, has been encouraged to tweet and blog about the events as it happens according to their website (http://www.excellenceineducation.org.uk).
‘I’m really excited that the Olympic Torch is finally coming to Stratford! We have been waiting for so long and now it’s here’ Peter said, Paula added ‘I can’t believe it’s coming so close to home! This doesn’t usually happen so we want to make sure we don’t miss a thing.’ In addition to their academic accolades their extra-curricular achievements are also worthy of note.
They have also received a special Olympic invitation to London 2012, on the basis of their sporting achievements including 100m, 200m, 400m, 4 x 100m Relay and victory in 200m London International Boat Race 2009. To get a picture of the twins with their haul of medals at the London Olympic 2012 Venue contact Excellence in Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTES TO EDITOR
1) Excellence in Education (EIE) programme is a non-profit, non-governmental international programme that works with schools, local groups, companies and charities interested in the educational development of students in inner-cities and any children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. BBC Video of Board Member explaining more about our services: http://www.youtube.com/