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Meadow Hall receives child’s psychomotor development award

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The Global Child Health and Safety Initiative has recognised Meadow Hall Edutainment Centre for her contribution to nurturing and inspiring creativity in children.
Meadow Hall Edutainment Centre was given a Friends of Children award for Child’s Psychomotor Development at the Well-Child Conference that held in Lagos

Presenting the award, the Executive Director of the Global Child Health and Safety Initiative, Charles Onyenaucheya, commended Meadow Hall Edutainment Centre for paying attention to academic and co-curricular needs of children by helping them become well-rounded individuals as their innate talents are identified and developed.

Stakeholders in education and children’s needs, which include, First Lady of Lagos State, Bolanle Ambode and Dr. Annette Akinsete, Chief Executive Officer, Sickle Cell Foundation amongst others, attended the event. Also recognised for their lifetime achievements and Friends of Children awards were Dr. Folorunsho Alakija, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, Senator Ben Murray-Bruce, Agatha Amata, and Lady Bethy Obieri.

“Meadow Hall prides itself as the place to excel in academics and multiple intelligences. It is committed to excellence and is passionate about the holistic development of children. Meadow Hall Edutainment Centre is a place where children develop a myriad of skills while having fun and become well-rounded individuals as their innate talents are identified and developed,” the Chief Executive Officer, Meadow Hall Group, Kehinde Nwani, said.


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