Croydon Supplementary Education Project (CSEP) is a leading provider of supplementary education programmes for the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Community in Croydon. CSEP is primarily a Saturday School for 150 BME children between the ages of 4 – 18 to bolster their mainstream education and help to improve achievements of BME students in the core subjects of Maths and English in line with the National Curriculum.
CSEP, established since 1982, is a registered charity (No: 297019) and has become a community led project now offering a wide range of services and activities from Monday to Saturday to a diverse range of the population in London, primarily targeting the residents of Croydon.
CSEP is continuously working to enhance the educational achievement of BME young people and is also here to support the needs of the family in order to facilitate a more positive outcome for BME groups. The ultimate aim of CSEP is to be of service to the BME community and to help these families raise their self-esteem so that they can maximise their opportunities and self-worth.
Stand Up Be Counted Part 5 is set to be a great experience with a fundraising dinner and dance for CSEP and Bojang Tamba School (Gambia). Look forward to performances from soul singer Omar and lovers rock singer Carroll Thompson and a Black History Month workshop. (Stalls are available, as is discounted hotel overnight stay).
To purchase tickets email Jacinth Martin email@example.com. Alternatively contact Patrick Augustus on Facebook.
Dinner and dance £45
Workshop only $10
Dance only $15
Dinner dance and workshop £55
Dress code: African attire or Black Tie