A quick puzzle to get your brain cogs whirring this month 

What letter should replace the question mark in the last group of letters?


Help Us Reach Our Fundraising Goal

We have embarked on an online fundraising mission. In conjunction with The Good Exchange our goal is to raise £10,000 before the end of June towards future school projects in Enfield.

We are focusing on Enfield as it is ranked the 12th most deprived borough in London and due to its significant problems around housing, homelessness and low pay, students are unable to fulfil their potential in these environments.

To put this into perspective, £25 pays for one session for one child and so with the generous donations made through the Good Exchange, we hope to bring our programme to over 20 students in the area.

We are calling on our community to help in any way they can to support our cause, whether it be a donation as little as £2 to spreading the word about our mission.  
Donate to our Good Exchange Project

Fundraising, Education Matters and Impact Assessment Positions Available On Our Board of Trustees 

Trustee, Simon King leading a central team values and culture session.

TalentEd are delighted to be welcoming applications for three positions to our board of trustees. (Education Matters, Impact Assessment and Fundraising)

We are seeking Individuals passionate about the role TalentEd can and does play in improving the lives of young people that have the skills and a contribution to more

Nine Programmes Launch Across London

Grace Quansah, one of a number of tutors stepping up to becoming a TalentEd Ambassador, presents at Parent Launches in West London and Southwark
We have had a flourish of activity in London over the past months and we are excited to see the start of programmes at schools across Kensington, Hammersmith and Fulham, Camden, Southwark, Lambeth and Hounslow.

New programmes include, Kensington Aldridge Academy,  UAE South Bank, South Bank Engineering UTC, Kinglsey Academy, Kingsdale Foundation School, Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School, Compass School and Parliament Hill School.

Last Wednesday a 16-student programme launched at The West London Free School with a parent presentation delivered by our ambassador Grace. Grace touched on her experience as an expert teacher to show the parents how far bright students can go with the support of passionate tutors. She also launched our second programme at University Academu of Engineering South Bank this week, introducing 20 year 10's to the Subject Specific Programme. 

See all of our available tutoring opportunities here
Work in London schools would not be possible  without the generous support of our funders.

In April we received confirmation of a further £34,000 grant from the John Lyon’s Charity to support West London, £2500 from Law Firm Allen and Overy who have generously funded programmes in Tower Hamlets and £1,000 from the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists to help support students at Hammersmith Acadmey. 

Bright Graduates at Ockendon Academy 

Ockendon's programme came to a close this month, with bright year 11's finishing the programmes run by tutors, Karima, Mike and Sharon who have all done a wonderful job in increasing the confidence of their students.

"My tutor was very approachable and willing to help with anything. She was very knowledgeable, and she was dedicated to helping me achieve my best."
- Elizabeth, bright student

"They thoroughly deserved recognition of their achievement"
Mike Webbe, Expert Tutor

"The girls' confidence has grown massively. I am proud of everyone of them."
- Karima Riley, Expert Tutor

A new summer programme at Ockendon launches in May. 
Get in touch about positions available in our Essex schools 

TalentEd Merchandise 

We now have TalentEd goodies including pens, mugs, canvas bags and pin badges.

If you would be interested in owning your very own TalentEd merchandise you can make a charitable donation to us and we will send you your desired item.

A donation of £25 helps get a students started on one of our skills and aspirations support sessions. 

Email us to get your hands on some merch or to let us know about your sponsored event!

A Star Athlete in Our Midst
Our inimitable School Relations Manager, Jess completed the London Marathon on Sunday 28th April, motivated by raising an impressive £2,421.93 for  AngelmanUKa charity close to her heart, due to her cousin, Louis (10), suffering from  Angelman Syndrome,a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system. 

Congratulations Jess, you should be incredibly proud, the whole team here at TalentEd certainly are! 

If you are participating in an event and would like to be sponsored, why not fundraise for TalentEd? Email us about events you are participating in.
Webinar- 19th June

Our Monthly webinar is happening on Wednesday 19th June. It will be focusing on The programme contents, outcomes, impact and tutoring techniques.

If you are interested in joining and contributing to the webinar, please register your interests by emailing

Our Tutoring Opportunities 

Please note that opportunities listed vary from weekly to cover positions
*Days and times unconfirmed
  • Ealing - Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School Wednesdays or Thursdays
  • Enfield - Oasis Academy Hadley Tuesdays 3:20pm
  • Camden - Parliament Hill School *
  • Dulwich-South Bank Engineering UTC *
  • Dulwich - Kingsdale Foundation School Thursdays 3:30pm
  • Hammersmith West London Free School Thursdays
  • Hounslow Kingsley Academy Thursdays 3:00pm
  • Southwark - University Academy of Engineering Southbank Thursdays 3:40pm
  • Southwark  -  Compass School *
North West:
  • Blackpool - Unity Academy Wednesdays 3:00pm

  • Derby - Landau Forte CollegeThursdays, 3:30pm
South Essex
  • Basildon Woodlands School *
  • Grays - William Edwards Academy  *
  • Thurrock - St Clere's School *
  • Thurrock -  Ockendon Academy*
  • Stanford-Le-Hope - Ortu Gable Hall School Thursdays 3:10pm
  • Stanford-Le-HopeHassenbrook Academy Mondays and Tuesdays (time unconfirmed)

Tutors and Volunteers: Fancy a Cuppa?

TalentEd's Coffee Mornings, are beginning this month and whether you're one for a brew, a coffee, or a  fancy fruit tea we would love to see you there.

Every Thursday we will be hosting coffee and breakfast for anyone who would like to come in and have a chat and a pain au chocolat.

Just email us at to let us know that you would like to come along and we'll add you to our very exclusive guest list. 
Puzzle Answer
R. In each group, the alphabetical value of the first letter, minus the alphabetical value of the second letter, gives the alphabetical value of the third letter.
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