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Emfield Counsels Parents On Qualitative Education

Posted: Aug 5, 2015 at 1:00 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

By Philip Oladunjoye –  Lagos


Parents and guardians have been advised to always enrol their children and wards only in schools where qualitative teaching is guaranteed.

Other qualifications for standard according to stakeholders are: presence of qualified staff employed to meet the basic standards required to impart adequate knowledge of the pupils, the existence of friendly learning environment and the adoption of updated curriculum necessary for a sound foundation for the future of the children.

This advice was the thrust of the remarks by Mr. Raphael Ujubuonu of Emfield International School, Oke-Afa, Isolo, Lagos, at the school’s recent seventh graduation and prize-giving ceremony.

Ujubuonu, who emphasized that a strong foundation in a child’s education is very vital at the kindergarten, nursery and primary levels, disclosed that the school had been recording high success rates because of its emphasis on qualitative education.

He assured that the school would not abandon the policy of going for well-trained teaching staff, and the provision of the best in teaching facilities, like modern computers, which have contributed to the good reputation the school enjoys.

Emfield’s Proprietress, Mrs. Uche Ujubuonu, assured parents and guardians of the school’s readiness to render “qualitative service” to the pupils, contending that such would enable them to excel in future challenges.

She disclosed that Emfield High School would take off by next academic session, with the same policy of providing the best for the pupils which was the hallmark of the kindergarten level all through to basic six.

Mrs. Ujubuonu added: “Let me seize this opportunity to advise our dear parents to always allow our children, according to Federal Government directive, to complete Basic Six Primary Education before going to Basic Seven (JSS 1), because that would enable them to be well groomed to face the difficult task of JSS.”

Some of the high points of the ceremony: were choreographed dances, recitation by some of the pupils, and the presentation of prizes to those who excelled in various areas, including the Best Student in primary, Chidubem Akaigwe, who also rendered a speech, in addition to presenting some basic facts about the computer.