By Kelechukwu Iruoma
The Principal, Corona Secondary School, Agbara, Mrs Adeyoyin Adesina has disclosed that the school is acquiring new knowledge by adopting New England Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation process.
Speaking during Corona Secondary School’s reward of outstanding teachers and students whose rigorous efforts helped to ensure successes recorded in the past, she said that the accreditation validates school and instructional improvement.
She explained, “The process is an ongoing exercise towards which we are reviewing and redefining our policies and processes. We remain committed to the overall well-being of each and every child, hence our resolve to create the best possible environment in which they can thrive.”
Mrs. Adesina stated that the ceremony was aimed at rewarding dedicated teachers and students whose role in the total development of the child remains invaluable, indispensable and the sacrifice they made in assuring for a better tomorrow.
Speaking in same vein, an educational consultant and Chief Executive Officer of Life Imprint, Mr. Kelechi Anyalechi said that Nigerian students need new information and knowledge in order to excel in today’s dynamic world.
Delivering a speech tagged ‘Consolidating Excellence’, Anyalechi said for Nigerian students and schools to be relevant in the society, their knowledge must always be updated regularly, adding that new knowledge acquired enabled students excel at the highest level.
His words: “Students must be ready to excel in all that they do. Right information is needed for students to channel their energy appropriately. New information and knowledge becomes important to be able to move to new heights. New approach is also important to effectively channel such available information to desirable ends.”