Celebrate end of GCSE exams 2015

16 June 2015 

To celebrate the end of the GCSE exams, students and tutors from EducateFirst attended an evening meal out. It was a great turnout as everyone made a special effort to group together and relax after months of hard work preparing for the final exams.

Our tutors work with hundreds of students throughout the year and form a very special bond and rapport with them. It is great to hear first hand from the students just how much they value and appreciate the support provided to them by EducateFirst‘s learning project. Words of wisdom and guidance by our staff has also been appreciated by the students and their parents. The high level of respect our teaching and management staff have earned is a true reflection of their hard work and commitment towards the educational needs of each student.

On behalf of the project director, centre managers and tutors, we thank everyone who attended the celebratory meal and made the evening one to remember. We wish the students all the very best with their exam results and look forward to hearing from them once their results are available in August. We are sure the hard work will have paid off. In the meantime, relax and enjoy the summer.

Best wishes,

The EducateFirst Team.

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2 thoughts on “Celebrate end of GCSE exams 2015”

  1. Hello Educate First,

    Can we all meet up again after the exam results are out? I really enjoyed our evening out. I have made some good friends when coming to Educate First and I also want to keep in touch with the teachers there as they have really help me through a very hard time when doing my exams.

    Please let me know if we can all meet up again with the students and teachers.

    Thank you.

    1. EducateFirst

      Hi there,

      We are pleased that you enjoyed the evening meal with other students and our team of tutors. We request that all students who wish to meet up to celebrate their exam results to please drop us an email and we will try to arrange something, if feasible.

      Many thanks,

      EducateFirst.

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