Academy holds valedictory, prize giving
The management and pupils of Ecole Est Belle Academy School recently held different activities such as music, cultural dance, ballet and drama, among others to mark their first valedictory and prize giving day. The event held at the school’s premises in Magodo Phase One.
Parents, friends and well-wishers graced the colourful and fun-filled occasion. And they were treated to an exciting time, as the children exhibited their talents in different areas.
Head teacher, Henry Onoja, said: “We are using the occasion to celebrate the concept of family, as well as cheer our children and bond with them.” He thanked parents for supporting the high standard the school is trying to deliver. He also praised the students for being inquisitive, adventurous and well-behaved. The teachers were not left out, as they were appreciated for their selfless efforts.
The proprietress of the school, Ginefine Kanu, a trained pediatrician and an educationist said her love for children and education led her to establish the school, with the hope of giving this generation the best education that could be found anywhere in the world.
“To this end, I do not employ anyone that is not a professional teacher,” she explained.
Students and teachers, whose performances were outstandingly, went home with cash prizes.
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