We are grateful to the Almighty God for seeing us through the first-half of this term. Much has already happened within this short interval and a lot will yet happen as can be seen from the following:
The school began the term with a tea party on Friday, 15th September. Parents met with their children’s teachers and agreed the expected learning outcome every child should achieve by the term’s end.
Academic Enhancement Programme
Through the Academic Enhancement Programme carefully put together by the school management, there has been an appreciable improvement in the performance of some pupils, especially those who require extra attention in order to internalize the lessons taught in class. This can be attested to by the just concluded mid – term tests.
Every pupil of the school now belongs to a pastoral care group. The essence is to ensure that every child has a balanced social and psychological development which consequently leads to a successful academic performance. Feedbacks from parents indicate that this has helped to identify their children’s areas of strength and weakness, both behaviourally and academically.
We celebrated Nigeria’s Independence Day on Friday, 29th September, 2017. The pupils came to school adorned in green and white colours of the nation’s flag. Parents were not left out in the celebration. They had their fashion parade. They also brought a wild array of Nigerian meals, snacks and drinks and a parent taught the audience how to prepare her favourite Nigerian delicacy.
Mathematics Quiz Competition
Our in house mathematics quiz held on Thursday, 19th October 2017. The upper grade pupils used the occasion to show off their prowess in tackling Mathematics questions in the fierce competition between classes.
Open House/Performance Review Session
Parents are expected to be in school on Friday, 20th October 2017, to collect their children’s results and to review their children’s academic progress.
End of the Year’s Party
Our end of the year party tagged safari Christmas will hold outside the school premises on Saturday, 9th December, 2017. Pupils should come dressed in animal costume. It’s promising to be a great fun.
Road Safety club has been introduced in the school. It is an educative club that enables children to be familiar with road signs, rules and regulation. Pupils who are members of the road safety club are conferred with the privileges’ of a special Marshall by the Road Safety Commission.
The school has also added the Red Cross to her list of clubs. Pupils who belong to the Red Cross club learn about administration of first aid, disaster response, alleviating the situations of those affected by epidemics and armed conflicts, etc. Such pupils could become members of the Red Cross society later in life.
As previously communicated to all parents, our mid-term break begins on Monday, 23rd October and ends on Friday, 27th October, 2017. Pupils are expected to resume school promptly on Monday, 30th October, 2017 as academic work commences immediately.
Parents should please remember that the grace period for school fees payment expired on 22nd September, 2017. Pupils whose school fees are not yet paid would therefore not be granted access to the school facilities from Monday, 30th October, 2017.
We appreciate your cooperation and solicit for your continued support.