Black History Month 2015- Mobile Museum

A Brief Encounter Into Africa, African American, Caribbean & British Achievement


 The Achieve 2 Receive CIC Schools Programme


A Mobile Museum with Ancient Artefacts and pictorial displays of Africa, Caribbean, African American & British contributions to Culture and Civilisation

The exhibition begins in early Egypt and stretches through to modern day. Artefacts  have been used as material for television documentaries

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The exhibition is also supported by a small reference library

The exhibition visit’s schools across the country

Pupils from schools will be the guides for the Exhibition

In memory of Sir Ralph Straker

Exhibition Fundraiser For Caribbean Trip

“We raised £786 on Saturday 27 June 15, A big thank you to all who attended and contributed to this event and to those who continue to support

Achieve 2 Receive CIC.”

Student exhibition to raise money for Caribbean trip

10:56 03 July 2015

Achieve 2 Receive CIC founder Ricardo Robertson with the students.

Community interest company, Achieve 2 Receive, has hosted an exhibition to raise money for an educational trip to the Caribbean for Redbridge students. Click here to read more.

Headteachers Testimonials! 2014

“Truly an outstanding and unique programme,
    an invaluable service in making an impact to both students and parents within and outside of school hours                                                                

 Headteacher London Borough of Redbridge 

“Achieve 2 Receive was instrumental in helping us to raise achievements

at key stage 4 helping us to produce some of the best GCSE results

in the school’s history, with one of the most challenging

cohorts of recent times”

Headteacher London Borough of Barnet 

Trip to British Museum

12th April

Pupils review:

The participants felt the trip to be; highly educational, lots of excitement. High level of discussion that triggered quality interactions within the group on the day.
The pupils actively involved themselves and showed enthusiasm/motivation.

Overall summary of the day from the students – “a place where they felt a profound sense of belonging while studying Ancient Egypt“.

Naturally preserved man 3400 BC.