Our Schools

At the current time we teaching at four schools and we will be expanding in the near future. Please fill the registeration form and send it by email to Nene Tereza Our staff will contact you when they receive it

KEY POINTS

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Supplementary schools give pupils tremendous support thanks to their learning ethos, high expectations and small class sizes.
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Parents believe that supplementary schools value parental involvement and help their children succeed academically and socially. .
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Supplementary schools do well with pupils who have been neglected by or excluded from mainstream schools. .
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Supplementary schools rely on the goodwill of dedicated, committed, often unpaid staff who work with few resources.

MAJOR IMPLICATIONS

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Policymakers and mainstream schools should learn from the social, cultural and academic success of supplementary schools..
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Supplementary schools inclusive learning ethos and dedicated support indicates how minority ethnic pupils could be helped to lourish and achieve in mainstream schools.. .
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Although voluntary organisations, some supplementary schools receive local authority funding. Future funding decisions should take into account the impact of these schools. .

Supplementary schools rely on the goodwill of dedicated, committed, often unpaid staff who work with few resources.

Nene Tereza School in Haringey

West Green Learning Centre (WGLC),
Langham Road, London, N15 3RB

Every Saturday at 11.00 to 15.00

Children Learning Albanian Language,
Albanian and English History and ICT

Nene Tereza School in Enfield

Oasis Academy Hadley, South Street,
Enfield , EN3 4PX

Every Saturday and Sunday.

Albanian Classes from: 11:00 – 13:00

Traditional Dance from: 11:00 – 13:00

Drama from: 13:00 – 14:00

Nene Tereza School in Wood Green

Cypriot Community Center, Earlham Grove,
Wood Green, N22 5HJ

Every Saturday

Albanian Classes from: 11:00 – 12:00

Traditional Dance from: 12:00 – 13:00

Drama from: 13:00 – 14:00

Nene Tereza School in North Finchley

The Greek Cypriot Community Trust
2 Britannia Road, London N12 9RU

Every Saturday at 12.00 to 15.00 pm

Students learn English, Maths, Albanian Language, History, Football, Basketball, Drama and Albanian Traditional Dance.