ICSS began as a supplementary school open to children of all backgrounds and faiths and entirely run by unpaid volunteers. The schools were set in up in the London boroughs of Newham in 2004 and in Tower Hamlets in 2009. At ICSS we inspire our students to aim high by achieving their goals and helping others including their younger peers and within the local community.READ MORE
Muneeb was a former ICSS student at the inception of the charity in 2004 and has now come full circle from student to volunteer to trustee and volunteer. He has seen the organisation evolve to what it is today from the very beginning! See his amazing story in the case studies under 'Get Involved' page.
Ciaran is a volunteer and teacher in several organisations with experience teaching people of all ages. At ICSS he volunteers teaching maths and physics to older students. Ciaran holds a PGCert in Physics from Queen Mary University of London and is also a Trinity CertTESOL qualified English teacher. He gained experience, as well as understanding of the difficulties faced by asylum seekers and refugees by volunteering to teach English to people in these situations.
ICSS Trustee - CWSS
Zafar has been with ICSS since 2007 and a Trustee since 2008. He has been in charge of running the school in Canary Wharf (Canary Wharf Supplementary School) for the last ten years. He was awarded for his efforts within the nominated category of ‘Improving Life Chances’ at the Mayor of London Awards in October 2019. Apart from his regular job as a Project Manager, he is also a governor of a primary school in Clapham Common.
Student with CWSS volunteer
Students with ICSS Volunteer (UEL student)
Helping to inspire students of this generation become mentors of the next
ICSS has continued to remain busy throughout lockdown. Thanks to grant funding provided by several different organisations in response to […]