(L-R) Anita Eneh, Ayotunde Ezeamaramu, Munirat Odunewu, Michael Onasanya, Joy Unuarhemhen, Adetutu Folayan, Philip Ekine, Chidinma Iwuagwu, Temitope Oludare, Jennifer Jebba.
Lagos, December 2017 – Meadow Hall Consult, the subsidiary of the Meadow Hall Group responsible for providing training, advisory and consultancy services to educators and educational institutions, concluded its second stream of Finishing School for Teachers today.
The Meadow Hall Finishing School for Teachers focuses on equipping teachers the things they need to know for the 21st century as well as soft skills that are not taught in the university like decision making, leadership, diction, public speaking, values, comportment, dressing and how they can be role models to their students.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the Executive Director, Business Affairs, Mr Charles Imevbore enjoined the graduands to practicalize all they have been taught and remember that everything they do and say influence the children in their care.
Miss Temitope Oludare, who was awarded the best student in assessment, said “my experience at the Meadow Hall Finishing School for Teachers has been eye-opening. From the classroom observations, to the lectures and facilitators, the program was very life-enriching”. Meadow Hall Consult has trained over one thousand graduates and school administrators in 2017.
This batch of training commenced in October and ran for a period of three months with participants fresh out of university and others with teaching experience. Participants were privy to bespoke training sessions from seasoned facilitators in the teaching profession.
According to Mrs. Folake Jeremiah, Head of Meadow Hall Consult, “the training is the best thing that can happen to any existing or aspiring teacher”.
Meadow Hall Group is an educational group with six subsidiaries; Meadow Hall Education, Meadow Hall Consult, Spring Meadow Edutainment, Meadow Hall Branchise, Meadow Hall Resources and Meadow Hall Foundation. Meadow Hall Group seeks to provide through her subsidiaries, opportunities to raise excellent, Godly and well-rounded children who will attain their full potential and use their skills and knowledge to affect their nation positively; and also to use education as a tool for societal development.
(L-R) Yinka Falade, Munirat Odunewu, Temitope Oludare, Ayotunde Ezeamaramu, Anita Eneh, Charles Imevbore, Jennifer Jebba, Chidinma Iwuagwu, Philip Ekine, Folake Jeremiah.