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Imafidons inspires the academic success of Israel and Sarah Nwisi
Britain's brainiest family, whose academic world records include the youngest ever to pass University of Cambridge advanced Mathematics exam at the age of 8, become the source of inspiration for academic success in another family, the Nwisis.
Other Excellence in Education (EIE) Programme students who were successful in their GCSE Mathematics include 7-year-old Samuel Brant, his 8-year-old sister Laurelle Brant, Adam Akram, Victor and Sarah Ezeemo. World Record Breakers, Peter and Paula Imafidon - who currently hold the record for the youngest pupils ever to pass University of Cambridge advanced Maths exam at the tender age of 8 - the precocious pair were responsible for mentoring Sarah and Israel who passed GCSE Maths with under 2 weeks of study.
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. Current work is concentrated in Essex, London Boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets, Redbridge, Barking & Dagenham, Hackney, Waltham Forest, Enfield and Lewisham; and EIE also has students in Manchester, Luton, Kent and Essex. EIE is in association with Cliwom Church, Old Kent Road, Charity no: 1087928 and Clapton Christian Centre, Clapton, Charity no:1054390. Programmes are due to start soon in Reading and Bristol and other cities world wide.
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