Director's Desk

Triumphing through Persistence

Dear Parent,
I am delighted to welcome you to the 2023/2024 academic session. It’s an academic year that is loaded with great opportunities and possibilities. We are excited and grateful to God to have our children back in school. Learning activities commenced promptly since resumption and our children are adjusting well to the demands of their new classes.

According to Mark Twain, "Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection." In line with our tradition of leaving no stone unturned in giving our children an enduring educational foundation, our instructional facilities were upgraded. Additional learning arrangements have been put in place to monitor and enhance academic performance. Furthermore, our teams of dedicated personnel were equipped to elevate our treasured pupils to a higher academic and moral pedestal.

Due to the high premium we place on the holistic development of our children, this term, we have lined up events that would spice up their learning experience. Our pupils shall be participating in enlightenment seminars anchored by seasoned professionals from diverse walks of life in a bid to broaden their minds and stimulate their interest in noble professions.

Please take a cue from the following nuggets: Boost your child's self-esteem.
Make communication a priority.
Set limits and be consistent with your discipline.
Let your Love be unconditional. .

Thank you for your constant support and your unwavering confidence in our ability to bring out the best in your children. Please ensure that your children get to school early and return home on time. Make out time to supervise their homework and general compliance with school rules and regulations. Also pay particular attention to their personal hygiene. By the grace of God, we shall rejoice together at the end of this term. I look forward to seeing you at the next Parents Visiting Day.

Yours faithfully,

Nwachukwu Ify(Mrs)

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