OLMSSS can setup a supplementary school where you wish!

And we can deliver on to one tuition at home.

Culture Clubs

JOIN OLMSSS NOW!!
FOR ONLY £25 PER MONTH FOR:

• Weekly coaching in Tennis or Tae Kwon Do; from the very best national coaches.
• Weekly Chess lesson; from grandmaster.
• Weekly English lessons, for one hour
• Weekly math lessons, for one hour
• Trips to national sites of educational and cultural interest. Seven trips annually.

NON-MEMBERS

1. Learning Tours Club

• Science Museum
• Thames Boating
• London Eye
• Olympic Site
• Houses of Parliament
• Natural History Museum
£10 per trip; or £60 per package

2. Chess Club

Taught by Grandmaster
Saturdays 11:45-12:45pm
£5 per hour

3. Tae Kwon Do Club

Coached by: Black Belt master.
Saturdays: 2-3pm
£5 per hour

4. Tennis Club

Coached by Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) accredited coaches.
Saturdays: 2-3pm
£5 per hour

Everyone/ members and non-members pay £10 per session

5. Dance Club

Coached by: Professional coaches;
Fridays: 4:30-5:30pm
Supply your own kit.
£10 per hour

6. Music Club

Coached by professional Musicians;
Fridays: 4:30-5:30pm
Supply your own instrument.
Deals, packages, special arrangements are available.
£10 per hour


ALSO AVAILABLE!!!!
ENGLISH AND MATH

OLMSSS FAST TRACK SERVICE!

*Special 'one to one' Math session;
Start date: Running and open;
Taught by secondary school/GCSE tutors;
Saturdays 9:30--10:30am;

* Special 'one to one' English session
Start date: Running and open;
taught by secondary school/GCSE tutor;
Saturdays 11:45--12:45pm

PAYMENT

All payments must be in advance, preferably by standing order; or by cheque. Please email or telephone for bank details

Biography

Our Lady Mary Seacole
Mary Seacole was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1805. Her father was a Scottish soldier, and her mother ran a boarding house where she cared for invalid soldiers and their wives. Mary learned medicine from her mother and gained reputation as a skilful nurse.

A born healer and a woman of driving energy, Mary overcame official indifference and prejudice. She found her way to the Crimean war (1853-1856) at her own expense; and risked her life to bring comfort to wounded and dying soldiers. Mary Seacole became the first Black woman to make her mark on British public life; but was relegated to obscurity until recently. Her reputation for service during the Crimean War rivaled Florence Nightingale's.

Courtesy of the National Library of Jamaica. www.nlj.org.jm

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