OLMSSS can setup a supplementary school where you wish!

And we can deliver on to one tuition at home.



OLMSSS is run by the Institute of Black Culture, Media and Sport, a social enterprise Community interest Company, with a board of three directors who are educators and entrepreneurs. The Institute offers wide-ranging services and activities to Londoners generally; but targets residents of Hackney and other East London boroughs primarily.


Our teachers are qualified, CRB-checked and highly motivated.

Behaviour policy

Since Saturday school hours are limited, parents will be asked to collect disruptive children or have them privately tutored by OLMSSS. See Private Tuition rates.

Prize Giving

OLMSSS will celebrate students’ achievements at an annual prize giving evening.Outstanding performances will be rewarded at the end of each school year, in October. Prizes will be given for English, maths, computer competence and learning tour essays. Prizes will also be given for surprises.

Attendance and Collection policy

  • Children must be delivered and collected on time.
  • Late pupils will be locked out.
  • Children will not be turned over to relatives or friends without written permission or authorisation from parents.
  • Persons who collect pupils on behalf of parents should bring two forms of identification, including photograph, address and contact details.
  • OLMSSS personnel should be informed that someone else will collect the pupil (s). This person should have appropriate ID; as has been described above.
  • Parents should also telephone to inform that their child will be collected by someone else, bearing appropriate ID, as described above.
  • Children will not be turned over to someone they do not recognise.

Withdrawing child/children

Parents are required to give one month’s notice in writing, prior to the end of term, should they wish to withdraw child/children from the next term.

Health and Safety

Policies have been approved by the local authority.


Has been approved by the local authority;

Child Protection policy
Complies with statutory requirement and has been approved by the local authority.

Confidentiality policy

Complies with statutory requirement and is similar to the Saturday school provider.

Race Equality policy

Complies with statutory requirement.

Complaints procedure

There should never be anything for you to complain about;
but if there is, please follow these steps:

  1. Resolve the matter with coordinator or admin officer.
  2. Send a written complaint to OLMSSS via the contact us page. Still not happy?
  3. Request a private meeting with the chair of the Institute. That should do it.
  4. But if it doesn’t, final appeal to the board of directors of the Institute of Black Culture, media and sport.


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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