De-Joy Land Schools hold anniversary, task government on quality education
It was fun and excitement, recently, as pupils/students, staff and friends of De-Joy Land Schools gathered to celebrate its 7th graduation ceremony.
In her speech, the school’s proprietress, Mrs. Abimbola Osagie called on the government to invest more in the education sector to enable every Nigerian child have quality education. She noted that a well-educated child would contribute effectively to the country’s development and progress when he/she becomes an adult.
Osagie disclosed that her school management team and teachers have taken giant strides to ensure quality education is given to pupils, and that the school uses modern teaching methods and gargets, including interactive boards, tablets and computer based-test called to effectively impact knowledge on the pupils/students.
She disclosed that the school regularly partakes in competitions and come tops in many, including J-NET Mathematics Competition (1st Stage), AFED Unified Common Entrance Exam (2nd Stage for Education District 4) and Crystal Country Festival of Talents (musical category), aside qualifying for the 2nd Stage of Team Master Spelling BEE Competition.
She said: “One of our pupils, Joshua Agboola, the best graduating student was a Speaker at the Tech Point International Conference, Lekki. We are currently making plans to collaborate with foreign schools in the acquisition of knowledge, as well as get involved in international competitions.”
The Principal Consultant/CEO, Leading Learning Ltd., Mrs. Folashade Afisayo, commending the teachers for positively impacting on the pupils/students, advised parents to invest in their children. She also called on the government to make provisions for the less privileged children to attend school.
The best graduating student, Joshua Agboola, who is also the author of “Preparing Generation Next For The Work Of Tomorrow,” urged outgoing pupils/students to start preparing for the future, which is technology driven.
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