Deborah F. (Parent of Secondary School Child) 

“Earlier this year, I found that my fifteen year old was becoming increasingly challenging at home and at school. We were receiving frequent complaints from to the point where she was on the verge of being excluded.   

I joined the Amazing Parent Gems. It was a relief for our family to get some quality support, no longer struggle alone, gain an understand the education system and strategies to best engage my daughter.    

Along with this support, my daughter had access to inspirational videos, leadership tasks and was given the opportunity to attend several networking meet up events in London with successful professional and businesswomen. This really inspired her and changed her mindset and behaviour”   

Joy E. (Parent of Primary School Child) 

“I wanted my child to succeed but I really had no clue what I should aim for or how to achieve that success. APG suggested different seminars and programmes. I got exposed to a whole new world. I received exceptional support during the 11 PLUS period. We met experts and other parents who shared ‘proven strategies’… and my daughter passed a number of 11 PLUS exams and even secured an offer at an independent school.”  

Caroline I. (Parent of Secondary School Student)

“My daughter participated in the Maths challenge during midterm break, which helped prepare her to go back to school after the break. This was a fun way to learn Maths, she was happy, and I am proud of her achievement in such a short period. She also took part in the Book and Video review, this challenge helped build her confidence, she gained a deeper understanding of the story, her culture and inspired her to read more. Inviting Authors to come and share their stories, talk about what inspired them to write, and providing feedback on her book review, had a huge impact on her, as this has encouraged, my daughter and I, to read more and determined to write a book.”


Nana S. (Parent of University Undergraduate) 

“Before APG our son’s sole purpose in life was to become a professional footballer. Education didn’t matter to him. He felt that as long as he worked hard on his talent he would succeed in his goal. Whatever we said to him about education and having a second option was like water on a duck’s back. 

APG provided us with a football mentor who gave our son a great insight into professional football in England which is tied to one’s academic performance. Since the one-to-one interaction with the mentor, our son’s enthusiasm for his schoolwork has shot through the roof. It is like an eureka effect in his life. We don’t even need to tell him to read anymore. 

APG was a God send vehicle for me and my family.”