Archive | 2015

Bow School students with Michael Wicherek and OneNess Sankara at Wellington College 19 June 2015

Festival of Education

The Chairman (John Hall), Deputy Chairman (Billy Whitbread) and the Clerk and Chief Executive (Richard Foley) attended the Festival of Education at Wellington College in Berkshire on the 18th and 19th June 2015. The Foundation was pleased to sponsor the Box Clever Theatre Company’s Hate Play and Symposium involving pupils from Bow Secondary School in […]

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British Exploring Society

The Foundation was delighted to attend the British Exploring Society’s Reception at St James’s Palace on Thursday 4th June 2015. Generous support has been provided to meet the costs of the Next Generation Programme and the expedition to Romania involving pupils from secondary schools in Tower Hamlets. The delegation from Foundation and the participating pupils […]

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University of East London (Cass School of Education & Communities)

The Foundation has recently decided to commission a longitudinal study of young women’s transitions in Tower Hamlets. The research will be undertaken over a five year period by Dr Charlotte Chadderton at the Cass School of Education & Communities at the University of East London. Issues around CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance) tend […]

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First Lady Michelle Obama participates in a roundtable with students from London's Mulberry School for Girls in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Nov. 17, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

Mulberry School for Girls

In June 2015 Michelle Obama visited Mulberry School in Tower Hamlets to launch her Let Girls Learn campaign. Following the visit, the First Lady invited a group of students to visit the White House for a discussion about her campaign. The Aldgate & Allhallows Foundation awarded a grant towards the trip and in November 2015 […]

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