Aug. 24, 2012
-- London, UK:- A talented pair of siblings who attend the Excellence in Education (EIE) Programme, an organisation which has produced the highest number of child prodigies in the world, which has a base in the heart of the Olympic Site of the London 2012 Olympics, Stratford, have become the youngest students to pass GCSE Maths this year. Eight-year-old child prodigy Sarah Nwisi, who wrote the same GCSE Maths exam with 10-year-old brother, Israel Nwisi, did so whilst participating in a mentoring programme at the EIE Programme (http://www.ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk)
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.