Children as young as 10 and 12 picked up GCSE results today thanks to the Excellence In Education programme
Children as young as 10 and 12 picked up GCSE results today.
Mentees of Professor Chris Imafidon, from Kensington, all sat their maths GCSE after following the ‘EIE system’ of seeing Maths as a game and being inspired by the record-breaking Imafidon twins.
They attended the Excellence In Education programme at Hyde Park School, Kensington.
The youngest of the trio ,10-year-old Sofia Monforte, enjoys playing the violin but her dream is become a lawyer. Earlier this year Sofia got into over 13 top Grammar and Independent schools, including receiving a 100% scholarship to one of London’s most prestigious Independent schools allowing her to skip year 6.
The three were all extremely excited to receive one of the highest possible GCSE grades: Francheska Monforte, aged 12, Lev Shabalin, aged 10 and Sophia Monforte, aged 10, all achieved Grade 7.
Their mentor Chris Imafidon, chair of the Board of Excellence in Education (EIE), said:
“Using the appropriate EIE system, everyone can understand the fundamentals of any A-level subject in 21 days.
“This has been demonstrated by the examples of Peter and Paula passing A-level exams at age of 7 in 2011. Anyone can be taught to love Maths, Music or Science or any subject via gamification.
“With the right methods, tools, and techniques, every student is a genius. Your learning system is more important than your so-called ability.
“EVERY single child is born a genius in one thing or another. Through a variety of games, questionnaires, fun activities and tools, ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk has developed a method for detecting and developing such talents without the restriction of the traditional school curriculum. “This is why most parents and teachers see these children as geniuses. So with the appropriate tools, techniques and technology with real mentoring EVERYONE can achieve greatness irrespective of gender, class, postcode etc.”