April saw young boys and girls from four inner city London primary schools celebrate their improved confidence skills and successful completion of the Mosaic Primary School mentoring programme with a prestigious graduation ceremony, held at the offices of international law firm Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.
The event welcomed the 75 pupils, aged between 7 and 11, to celebrate their completion of the mentoring programme.
The four graduating schools that attended the event were Harbinger Primary School, Stewart Headlam Primary School, Selwyn Primary School and Cubitt Town Primary School.
Pupils who took part in the programme spoke at the event about the positive experience in front of influential business leaders, mentors, teachers and parents. Farmida Bi, a leading banking lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, one of Mosaic’s corporate partners, congratulated the young graduates and was a keynote speaker at the event.
Mosaic would like to thank Criterion Capital, The Qatar Foundation and the players of the People’s Postcode Lottery for their generous support of the primary school mentoring programme.
The graduation event saw:
- 13 girls graduate from Harbinger Primary School in Tower Hamlets, a mainstream state school for pupils aged from 3 to 11.
- 30 boys and girls graduate from Cubitt Town Junior School in Tower Hamlets. The school is a three form entry school with an additional Year 3 class, taking children from age 7-11 years.
- 15 girls graduate from Stewart Headlam Primary School, a two form entry community primary school maintained by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
- 14 girls graduate from Selwyn Primary School, a community junior school based in Newham.