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Meadow hall trains 300 teachers for excellence


Meadow Hall Consult has trained over 300 teachers in Nigeria in its three-day intensive yearly Educamp initiative.

Educamp is an annual training programme targeted at all members of the education sector within and beyond Nigeria.

The training has been providing a conducive environment to education stakeholders to network and share ideas on 21st century best education practices.

The training, which is the 10th edition of the Educamp held in Port Harcourt and Lagos with that theme: ‘Achieving Excellence: A
Renewed Vision for Education’, had participants across both venues and a variety of experienced facilitators delivering learning sessions on various topics ranging from Child Protection, Personal Branding and Productivity, Phonics, Emotional Intelligence, Understanding Leadership, Delegation and Succession, Etiquette and Communication to Special Education Needs.


There were over 30 learning sessions in all.

The Head of Meadow Hall Consult, Mrs. Taiye Erhumwunse, expressed excitement at the success of the training camp.

She said: “It was an exceptional learning platform that brought together over 300 teachers, school owners, and various education stakeholders. Indeed Meadow Hall Consult remains committed to raising the standard and quality of education in Nigeria.”

The participants confirmed that they have learnt a lot and look forward to applying the knowledge in their different classrooms while looking forward to the next edition of Educamp.

One of the participants, Head of School at Dobal Schools, Sangotedo Lagos, Oluwatoyin Gbadegesin, said: “I initially thought I was coming to brush up on things I already knew but I have since realized that there are so many new things to learn and I am happy I made it and look forward to the next edition”.


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