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2nd Term Newsletter - 2016/2017 Academic Session

 

                 LORDSWILL ACADEMY, GWARINPA

 END OF TERM NEWSLETTER

VOL.1 NO. 4

SECOND term 2016/2017   academic session

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ur Esteemed Parents,

With heart full of joy, we send our highest regards. We thank the Alpha and Omega, Our Father in Heaven for having seen us through this second term of the 2016/2017 academic session. For the gift of life and the enablement to carry on with our academic/extra curricula activities, we appreciate Him.    

This journey would have not come this far, but for your support, our esteemed parents; we laud and acknowledge the part you played during this term. We say a very big thank you.

We promise to always be on our toes to make sure that the holistic development of the child is not only achieved but sustained. 

We appreciate the commitment of our members of staff and their willingness to deliver to the latter in the holistic building of our scholars. To our scholars, we appreciate their efforts for stooping low to study.  

Topmost on our priority is our desire to always deliver on educational best practices, this we assure you our esteemed parents.

 

 

 

ACADEMICS

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The second term, 2016/2017 academic session kick started on the 9th day of January, 2017 and we have witnessed a lot of academic and co-curricula activities. Scholars’ performances this term were wonderful as is reflected in their Continuous Assessment and terminal results. The co-curricula programmes have been excellent as well. These show commitment in our scholars, as they have demonstrated diligence in their studies. We implore parents not to relent in their efforts from the home front to encourage their ward(s) to study hard when they are at home. Our dear esteemed parents, be rest assured of our commitment to academic and moral excellence. 

 

EXTERNAL/INTERNAL COMPETITIONS

In order to maintain our academic standards, we had lots of intra and inter-class competitions amongst our scholars. The internal competitions which scholars engaged in this term were; current affairs competitions, spelling bee, maths mole, quiz and debate.

We are equally preparing for an external competition – “The Nigeria of My Dream”, which shall be communicated to you in due course.

 

SSCE/BECE EXAMINATIONS

Registration for SSCE (WAEC/NECO)/ BECE (NECO/ERC) 2017 had ended and our scholars have been duly registered. The Examinations will commence on the 31st day of March, 2017 and 24th day of April, 2017 respectively. This holiday shall witness Easter extension classes for our scholars who are preparing for these examinations.  We wish our scholars goodluck as they prepare for the examinations.

 

PREPARATORY CLASSES

In order to prepare our scholars for their external examinations, we shall have Easter Extension Classes for our exam classes both in the Primary and Secondary Sections. Date: 3rd – 19th of April, 2017. Time: 09:00am – 01:00pm, Mondays through Fridays.Parents are advised to drop off and pick up their wards as appropriate.

 

 

LWA/NCEE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

Lordswill Academy’s entrance examination took place on Saturday 18th March, 2017.A total number of eleven (11) pupils of JPL 5 sat for it. The result is mind blowing as all of them made us proud. The NATIONAL COMMON ENTRANCE EXAMINATION organized by the federal government of Nigeria will be written on Saturday 8th April, 2017. Parents of JPL 5 pupils are to bring their children to the school premises by 7:30am on the said date. Our school bus will convey the pupils to the examination centre at GSS GWARINPA B.

 

EXTENDED CLASSES FOR JPL 5

The extra lesson introduced to prepare the JPL 5 pupils for external examination was a huge success. The lesson took off on Saturday 21st January, 2017. The days for the lessons were Thursdays 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Fridays 1:00pm to 2:30pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 1:00pm. The success of this program is in evident in the results of our pupils that sat for LWA entrance examination and other school’s entrance examination.

GOODNEWS: We are delighted to inform our esteemed parents that the extra lesson is a standing program that will be sustained from this term forward. This lesson includes the preparation of scholars into Loyola Jesuit Entrance Examination. We urge you to enroll all JPL 5 and 6 pupils every term.

 

 

LWA E-LEARNING INITIATIVE

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As the world is going totally digital, we at LWA wish to blaze the trail. We plan to employ a state of the art e-learning that meets world standard. To fully blend, we have to embrace it fully.

It is no news that some scholars do not have access to computers at home and sadly still; some parents lavish their kids with ipads and iphones which most of the times are abused by these kids.

We at LWA hereby propose an initiative that will give your child a sensored access to ICT and more importantly, yield great educational benefits. We therefore appeal to parents to be prepared as the current prices for purchase of educational tablet (for pupils) and laptop (for students) shall be communicated to them. This shall enhance the learning of our scholars.  Payments may be done installmentally. When full payment has been made, the tablet/laptop shall be given to your child as the rightful owner which he/she will use till graduation.

 

EDUCATIONAL VISITS

    

Keeping our scholars abreast of the trends in our community and society at large is part of the curriculum which we aim to achieve through educational visits to various sites of interest. This term, in the seventh week, the secondary section embarked on their educational visit to the Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON), Abuja on the 16th day of March, 2017. The Primary section visited Lobic Motors Nig. Ltd on the 7th day of March, 2017 while our pupils in the Pre-School made their educational visit to Domino’s Pizza on the 6th day of March, 2017. These places of interest were carefully selected so as to expose our scholars to the world of entrepreneurship and career. 

 

COMMUNICATION BOOK

The use of the Communication Book as a link between the school and home is a standard we have maintained and will keep it up. Your response to our observations and issues raised will enable us offer you the very best. Kindly communicate using this medium any time a child is on medication and any official issues that concerns your child(ren) as none written communication shall not be honoured.  We plead once again that you endorse the relevant portion of the book on a daily basis. Feel free to indicate your area(s) of concern and useful suggestions.

We have noticed that some students have refused to avail their parents the Communication Book. In such a case, notify the school authority and demand for it. It is a school – parents’ communication book and is meant to enhance free flow of information and aid prompt interventions as the case may be.

 

UNIFORMS

LWA uniform is her identity! As part of our standards and quality assurance of the school, students/pupils are expected to come into school well groomed at all times. On the strength of this, we solicit that parents make conscious effort towards procuring at least two sets of uniforms for their child(ren) at the beginning of every academic year. We enjoin parents of returning scholars in particular to please check the uniforms of their child(ren)/ward(s) and kindly replace faded, tattered and torn uniforms. Undersized shorts, skirts, pinafores or trousers are not accepted. Note that children grow at a very fast rate and outgrow their wears too. Please, also note that there are slight changes in the prizes of these uniforms; this is because of the new order (purchase) made.  Furthermore, school shoes are covered black shoes with no heels and white canvas for sports days. The approved socks are plain white socks. (Available in the school store) Please, only pin earrings (small studded) are allowed for girls and well kept hair cut for the boys. 

 

OPEN DAY

Second term 2016/2017 academic session open day held on the 15th day of February, 2017. We laud our parents that availed themselves the opportunity and came in to assess the performances of their wards. That singular act showed the support from the home front as the children need to know that there is support and follow-up from the home in order “to keep them on their toes”. Remember, our doors are always open for audience with any of the management team members; the Executive Director, Principal, Head Teacher or Quality Assurance Officer. Feel free to book for a one-on-one, parent-pupil/student-school conference any time.

 

 

SCHOLARS & QUALITY ASSURANCE

The LWA bench mark still remains 70%. We assure our esteemed parents that all parameters are in place to enable us achieve the above bench mark. We enjoin every parent to keep partnering with us so as to enable us serve you better.

 

 

FRIDAY THEMES

With Friday themes, we vigorously pursue the exposure of our scholars to global issues and standards. This is geared towards making them fit to compete with their counterparts both within and outside the shores of Nigeria. Our Friday themes encourage research, critical thinking and self confidence as presentations are made by the writer which brings out the best in our scholars.

In a bid to step up our learning processes through our Friday Themes, this term’s themes were role played by our scholars. It was wonderful and captivating! This process of role play brings out hidden talents and skills embedded in our scholars. We wish to continually appeal to our esteemed parents not to relent in their efforts in ensuring the LWA’s vision of developing the total child. You are the best parents ever!

 

 

 

 

DISCIPLINE

We have sustained a more disciplined atmosphere so far this term, considering the fact that over the years, there has been significant improvement in scholars’ discipline. We attribute this to the support of most parents who in partnership with us, inculcate sound morals in the children. We sincerely encourage our esteemed parents to continue with this laudable practice at home as we promise to keep counseling and correcting them on unacceptable and unusual behahviour, thus producing better Nigerian children.

 

 

LATENESS TO SCHOOL

 We must commend the efforts of our parents on the slight improvement we have noticed in punctuality this term. Our expectations are high, so, we still appeal that more commitment be made, since this forms part of our character development training for LWA scholars. Resumption time is on or before 7:45am and all students are expected to be in school latest by 7:30am daily. We appeal to parents to please assist the school to entrench punctuality in our children. Remember, lateness to any programme is globally taken as indiscipline.

 

As a follow-up, the policy of locking the school gate after 8:00am or requesting defaulting parents to sign in their wards will fully be enforced. Please note that where this becomes a routine, the parent(s) in question shall be requested to meet with the school management team for conferencing.

 

 

SPORT DAYS

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We wish to remind our esteemed parents of our sport days; Pre-school, Lower Primary and Secondary – every Wednesday while Upper Primary is every Thursday. Scholars are to appear in their sport wear on these days.

 

 

 

 

VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT

       

Entrepreneurial skills cannot be over emphasized in our current day economy; this is why in LWA, the Vocation Department is poised to develop talents and skills embedded in our scholars. This is achieved by the use of waste materials, natural resources within the environs as well as the use of the computer. These materials and resources include; newspapers, raffia palm, clay and the likes. Our scholars are also taught how to bake cake, make natural fruit juice, liquid soap, izal, odour control, shampoo, body creams amongst others.

We appeal to our esteemed parents to encourage their wards to carry out whatsoever they have learnt in school at home. Parents should please provide them with necessary materials.

 

FROM THE HOD’S DESK – LANGUAGES/HUMANITIES

The Language and Humanities Department comprises: French, English studies, Lit-in-English, Hausa, Igbo, Social Studies, Civic Education, CRK, IRK, Government, Economics, Business Studies, and Accounting.

We have discovered with dismay that the attitude of our students towards our indigenous Languages (Hausa and Igbo) is not encouraging. We are therefore calling on our esteemed parents to encourage their children to also give priority to other Languages (Hausa, Igbo and French) besides English as these Languages are meant to help them realize their dreams of becoming global citizens, take their place in the international scene and as well give them identity as Nigerians.

We look forward to seeing a subject discrimination free academic session subsequently.

We are hoping and looking forward to having parents volunteering to teach Yoruba language as was discussed at the last parents’ forum.

 

TERM’S PROJECT/ASSIGNMENT

We solicit the support and cooperation of our esteemed Parents to minimally put their ward(s) through in carrying out all their assignment and projects. We applaud you, our esteemed parents as you help them with the various materials they need to carry out these projects and assignment. 

Third term’s projects have been given to scholars and we solicit your usual cooperation in assisting your ward(s) with materials they may need in carrying out these projects. Minimal adult guidance/assistance is allowed (where necessary). Deadline for submission of project is the 12th day of May, 2017.

 

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMME IN PRE-SCHOOL

Our after school programme for the Pre-school scholars is still running. Time for the programme is 1:30pm – 5:00pm on Mondays through Fridays. Special teachers are assigned to take care of pupils; educative programmes are designed for them, inclusive of cartoons. Those are played for them while they are always properly taken care of. An additional Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000.00) only shall be added to school fees for interested parents.

 

LWA SAPPHIRE CRÈCHE (4 MONTHS and ABOVE)

This has been on board fully since September, 2016. Our crèche is fully air-conditioned and well equipped for your baby’s safety and pleasure. We still have very few available spaces on a first come, first serve basis. Don’t miss the opportunity of this conducive and safe environment for your baby.

 

MENTORING (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY)

Good news! The compulsory mentoring in the primary and secondary section of the academy is ongoing and has become much more result-oriented. This mentoring holds every Thursday between 3pm – 4pm. Parents are reminded of the closing time by 4:00pm for the said day. Kindly cooperate with us so that we can serve you better. We thank you for keying into our vision.

 

BUS SERVICE

 We thank our esteemed parents who make use of our bus shuttle. We appeal to all our parents whose children use the bus service to please make payment before the resumption of any term so as to enable us have adequate preparation for a smooth take off of the term. Note that scholars who do not pay by resumption shall not be picked or returned. We are thanking you for your prompt response. To assist us serve you better, parents are encouraged to always counsel their wards on best behaviours during bus shuttle. Parents should always make ready their wards before the arrival of the bus as a minute extra spent in one house definitely distorts the routine of that particular bus.

We are appealing to parents who do not use the bus service to always pick up their wards immediately the school closes. We observed that some parents still pick up their ward(s) late after school hours. This is not healthy for our scholars.

We also use this medium to appeal to parents not to allow minors to drive their ward(s) to school.

 

 

LOST BUT FOUND ITEMS

This is to remind our parents and guardians that some misplaced items (cardigans, school ties, blazers, water bottles etc) are in the school store. Parents are advised to kindly visit the store for identification, confirmation and collection. Please note that evidence of ownership shall be required for collection. Labeling of ward’s item for easy identification is highly recommended.

 

EMBARKING ON JOURNEY

The Transit Connect Titanium Wagon in Race Red.

We appeal to parents who wish to travel with their child(ren) during this Easter festive period to endeavour to do so in time so as to allow scholars resume back to school on the 24th day of April, 2017 as  a day off school means a lot in the teaching/learning process. This is to enable us complete each term’s scheme of work with every scholar. We wish all our scholars and parents journey mercies as you embark on various trips. Thanking you for your understanding and co-operation.

 

 

CONFERENCING

Wow! Conferencing for 2nd term 2016/2017 academic session was really interactive and encouraging as we had more parents responding to invitation for conferencing. We appreciate our esteemed parents who responded to this invitation. We wish to remind you that the duty of raising a child is a collaborative effort of both the parents and the school. To enable us achieve this great task, parents should always take conferencing as a platform to dialogue and partner with the school to bring out the best in the children. We advise our parents to take advantage of this great opportunity.

DISRUPTION OF CLASSES BY PARENTS

In line with our school’s policy, no parent is allowed into the class unless on special occasion as maybe permitted by the school authority. Parents are therefore advised to ensure scholars come to school with their lunch packs. Better still, lunch will be served in school from third term. Please, help us to serve you better.

We wish to notify our esteemed parents to always sit in the school hall as they come for pick up of their ward(s) at closing hours. We assure you that our staff shall always be on the alert to attend to you.

 

BALLET CLUB

    

Ballet is an artistic dance form performed to music which requires precise and highly formalized set steps and gestures. In LWA, we strive for excellence in all that we are engaged in; that is why we had to change our ballet service provider, when we noticed they were not meeting our standards. The club’s performance has improved over the term. We believe that this will go a long way in promoting a better posture, sculpts and tone as well as develop the body of scholars. Other benefit includes; relieve stress, body flexibility and creative expression of the body. We encourage parents to allow their ward(s) to key into this great club of ours.

Ballet Club is fun and interesting, come join us!

 

GYMNASTIC CLUB

The Gymnastic club had commenced this term and it will be sustained. Scholars are already having fun in each session as this shall also keep our scholars fit and smart for the day to day activities. We encourage parents to avail their wards this great opportunity. You never can tell, your ward(s) could go global through this club.

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

      Our entrepreneurship club is geared towards equipping our scholars with skill to be able to fit into our present day economy. We do not only prepare them academically but also sharpen their skills to becoming entrepreneurs. In this club, scholars were taught to make some cleaning agents, coconut oil, coconut chips, zobo drink, smoothie and baking. Items made by the scholars were displayed for marketing in the school compound which some parents patronized them. We say a big thank you.

 

LWA OLD SCHOOL DAY

 

Our pupils were taught the life style of the older generation. The way they communicated, means of transportation, their types of food, their dress code, etc. This day was a boom! Our pupils were able to replicate the old school dress code as they came to school dressed with their different old school attire. It was fun.

 

CAREER DAY

     

Our scholars were taught the various types of professions and also the different subjects that would lead them to studying a certain course in the University, thus being trained in their various careers. We laud you; our esteemed parents for haven prepared them in the various dress codes that depict their choice of professions. We say thank you for always being there for us.

 

VOLUNTEERING

With regards to the economic situation and the fact that we have not increased our school fees, we are pleading with our dear parents to partner with us so as to enable us safeguard the future of our children. We wish to appeal to parents to volunteer in any way they can as was discussed and agreed at the parents’ forum. Such areas include; diesel for our generating plant (this cost us about N250,000.00 per term), fueling of the school buses (this cost us about N950,000.00 per term), all these are exclusive of maintenance charges, teaching (teacher in different subject areas), facilitating of training sessions (both for staff and scholars) etc.

We are also appealing to our dear Parents to donate water dispenser machines for us as two of the school’s water dispensing machines are bad. This makes supply of water to scholars cumbersome as our scholars cue up on just one machine. We are also in dire need of library books. We laud our esteemed parents who volunteered to donate textbook for our library in our last parents’ forum as we look forward to more volunteering.

 

LWA PRE-VACATION ACTIVITIES

The pre-vacation activities were awesome as pupils enjoyed with various indoor and outdoor activities. Pupils were also entertained with interesting and educative movies.

 

CLASS PARTY

    

We laud our dear parents for the support given to our scholars by providing them with items which they used in celebrating the class party at the end of the term. It was a wonderful cantata for our scholars. 

 

5TH ANNUAL INTER-HOUSE SPORTS

      

The 5th Annual Inter-House Sports competition held on the 11th day of February, 2017 at Glory Land Garden and Parks, Jabi, Abuja. It was worth the time we spent at the Park. Our parents really enjoyed themselves as they watched their wards set new records in sports. Parents were not left out of the competitions as we had both mummies and daddies take part in the 100 meters race. At the end of the competitions, Yellow House, the defending champions emerged the overall 1st position while Green House came 2nd, Blue House came 3rd and Red House came 4th. The outing was a huge success. We laud our esteemed parents for honouring our invitation and taking active part. Our shout out goes to the Chairman of the day, Col. B. S. Buhari who was ably represented by his wife, Hajia Miriam Buhari. We appreciate our staff and excellent scholars on the wonderful outing.

 

LWA TUCKSHOP/KITCHEN SERVICES

Good news! We wish to inform our esteemed parents that we have revamped our TUCKSHOP (School Canteen). The importance of school meal cannot be over emphasized as it is served fresh and hot. The management wishes to inform you of our unwavering effort to offer the best service to our parents and scholars. In this regard, a qualified and experienced chef has been engaged to man the canteen. Food services available include:

·      Assorted lunch menu

·      Optional snacks

·      Scotch eggs

·      Sausage rolls

·      Doughnuts

·      Meat pie

·      Fruit salad

·      Smoothies

·      Birthday cakes and assorted birthday snacks

Please note that orders for birthday cakes and snacks could be made on 72 hours notice. Payment of lunch should be made in advance to the LWA account in the following category:

·      Weekly payment  N3,000.00

·      Monthly payment  N12,000.00

·      Fruit/smoothies    N5,000 per scholar for a term

Please note that every child is expected to benefit from the school’s fruit and smoothies services three times a week. Fruit salad will be given two times while smoothies will be served once a week.

For the purchase of snacks, soft drinks, juice and other materials, parents are advised to effect payment in the account department for proper documentation. Adherence to the above arrangement will be highly appreciated and will assist us to serve you better.

 

DYNAMIC PROGRAMME

This programme has been fully initiated in LWA. Some scholars have been identified as challenged in Mathematics, English and Sciences through our checklist assessment. Strategies have been put in place to help the scholars concerned manage their areas of weakness and still maintain the same pace with their mates.

Conferencing of the parents concerned was held in January 2017, to enable us collaborate with the scholars’ parents for an excellent result. So far, a lot has been put in place this term and we believe that parents have started seeing the result.

 

LWA has introduced an innovative way to help scholars with learning difficulties with the establishment of the Dynamic Unit (Part of Special Education Needs Unit). One of the aims of the department is to ensure that all our scholars can access the curriculum readily and work to their full potential. The unit recorded a total number of 21 Pupils in this second term. These pupils have been placed on an Individual Educational Plan (IEP); this is a teaching and learning plan that sets targets and actions for the scholars. This plan is different from, or in addition to other plans that are in place for the class. At LWA, we believe that it is very important for parents and scholars to be involved and aware of the targets set in the plan. The IEP allows us to plan for progression, monitor the effectiveness of teaching and the provision for additional support. The Dynamic pupils’ academic, social and behavioral performances for this second term speak for the unit and are evident in their second term report. Parents are to track our progression.

 

SECOND TERM AWARDS/REINFORCEMENT

LWA is committed to producing pupils that are competitive in the global word; hence we apply the three domain of evaluation in assessing all scholars and provide positive reinforcement that will encourage them to work harder. Below are the awards and the beneficiaries.

STUDENT OF THE MONTH AWARD (PRIMARY):

Below are the students of the month selection criteria:

§  Good Citizenship

§  Punctuality     

§  Positive Attitude to  school and home work

§  Demonstrates Responsibility                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

§  Respectful to Peers and Teachers

§  Leadership Qualities

§  Classroom Participation

§  Extracurricular Activities

§  Good work ethics

§  Grades (Not Necessarily an ’A’ Student)

 

S/N

NAMES OF PUPILS

TYPE OF AWARDS

CLASS

1.

RICHARD ANIEDI 

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

JPL 1

2.

OKAFOR PRAISE

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

JPL1

3.

DIKE UGOCHUKWU

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

JPL 1

4.

MALAOLU FIFUNMI

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

JPL 2

5.

AMADI AMARACHI

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

JPL 2

6.

DIKE PROSPER

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

JPL 2

7.

OSIBO DARA

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

JPL 3

8.

AYU DANIEL

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

JPL 3

9.

ALHASSAN AJIFA

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

JPL 3

10.

OGBU SHALOM

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

JPL 4

11.

MOMOH EMMANUEL

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

JPL 4

12.

O’ANI SHAWN

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

JPL 4

13.

ENO MICHAEL

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

JPL 5

14.

OROK JOSHUA

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

JPL 5

15.

HEGAN EMMANUEL

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

JPL 5

 

STUDENT OF THE MONTH AWARD (PRESCHOOL):

 

S/N

NAMES OF PUPILS

TYPE OF AWARDS

CLASS

1.

TAMME FELITA FAVOUR ALEX

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

PK 1

2.

AJINIBI OBAOLUWAFEMI JOSHUA

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

PK 1

3.

OKIDE EZICHI OLUCHI

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

PK 1

4.

KORIE CHIAMAKA

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

PK 2

5.

IGBEREASE DAVID

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

PK 2

6.

OLAGUNJU DEBORAH

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

PK 2

7.

OKPANI EZINNE

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

EK 1

8.

IBEKWE OGECHUKWU

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

EK 1

9.

SALISU YASIR

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

EK 1

10.

IGBEREASE DANIELLA

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

EK 2

11.

NDUBUISI MOORE NICOLE NICOLE

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

EK 2

12.

ENWEFAH DAVE

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF MARCH

EK 2

 

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMMES/TRADE IN PRE-SCHOOL AND PRIMARY

    

As Nigeria and Nigerians resolve to shun corrupt practices and look inward to generate income from legal means particularly as revenue from the oil industry is unstable, LWA must not be left behind. We are taking a lead role in positioning scholars to face the reality of the Economic Recession and tackle it. Accordingly, five areas of trade are being introduced into our Pre-school and Primary curriculum. Subjects will be made more functional and result-oriented in the area of wealth creation. To make these happen, we seek parent’s cooperation and active collaboration.

 

THIRD TERM - 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

The third term 2016/2017 academic session begins on the 24th day of April, 2017. Parents are strongly advised to prepare their ward(s) for resumption on the said date as teaching and learning commence immediately on resumption. Remember, a day off school means a lot in the learning process of a child.

 

ADMISSIONS

Admission for the 2017/2018 Academic Session is in progress. Enroll your child(ren) now into Crèche, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, Primary, Junior and Senior Secondary Schools. LWA is the school for your child. Please endeavour to tell your friends, relations and neighbours about us. We are “THE PERFECT LINK TO EXCELLENCE”. Log on to www. lordswillacademy.org for details.

 

 

SCHOOL FEES

We wish to remind you that in line with the CBN cashless policy, the Management of LWA once again wishes to inform you that the payment of fees can now be done through the following ways:

a)    Funds transfer through direct instant platform via individual banks

b)   Online payment via the school portal.

c)    Manager’s Cheque (Bank Draft)

d)   POS at the Account Office

In all cases (except Manager’s Cheque), parents should please ensure that the names of the child(ren) and their class(es) are clearly written for easy identification. We appeal that parents should always pay up on time to enable us serve them better.

The due date for payment of 2nd term 2016/2017 academic session was 27th

January, 2017. Fee drive took effect from the 31st day of the same month. We are thankful to parents who have made payment already. We appeal to parents who are yet to pay to please do so.

We appeal to our esteemed parents to make 3rd term payment in time so as to enable us put necessary logistics in place as we resume on the 24th day of April, 2017. The due date for payment of third term fees is the 5th day of May, 2017, while fee drive shall be effective from the 8th day of May, 2017.

In view of the economic recession, payment plan may be approved for parents after due process, courtesy of the Executive Director.

 

 

NOTE TO PARENTS

§  Parents should please help their ward(s) to reduce or discontinue cartoon watching when school is in session. Same applies to languages used at home because children learn from their environs, that is, what they see and hear. We have noticed some vulgar words used by some scholars among their peers and violent behaviours.

§  We also advise our esteemed parents to watch with keen interest the kind of friends their child(ren) keep and places they go to as kidnapping is on the increase.

§  We appeal to parents to adhere to the directives from our security men while dropping and picking the children so as not to block the entrance into the school and also to ease traffic.

§  In order to avoid misplacement of books, parents are encouraged to always monitor books brought home by their ward(s) and also ensure complete return of those books to school.

§  Parents are encouraged to always make effort to give their children food as they come to school or make proper arrangement for kitchen services.

§  Parents are please advised to get age appropriate story books, French, Hausa, Igbo and English dictionaries as well as Revised Standard Version Bible for their wards.

§  We strongly advise our esteemed parents to always create and spend time with their children as they need parental guide, company and warmth/friendship.

 

GRATITUDE

The second term 2016/2017 academic session was full of activities. We remain thankful to God for the ability given to us to accomplish our tasks for the term. We thank HIM for the life and blessings HE has bestowed on LWA family.

We appreciate our esteemed parents for the confidence reposed in us by choosing LWA.  We assure you of our excellent standards on educational best practices. We applaud our scholars as well as our staff for their hard work.

God bless us all.

 

THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING LORDSWILL ACADEMY!