Monthly Archives: July 2017

Class

Farewell to the Class of 2017

It was a colorful event as usual as we bade farewell to the Class of 2017. When i say colorful, i don’t mean that in a modest way, the decorations matched the choir uniforms, the cake matched the graduating gowns, the blue with a touch of yellow outfits by the teachers was spot on (though it was more colorful for the ladies than the guys… lol.. some of the coats looked like what Nnamdi Azikiwe wore during the independence ).

To the class of 2017 we say thank you for riding it out till the end.

  • Erioluwa Odeniran

  • Rharum Iyamba

  • Usman Suleiman

  • Eniola Solagbade

  • Jeremy Ahmadu

  • Princess Okorie

  • Obasi Blessing

  • Ediomo Uko

  • Mimi Ajuyah

    We shall never forget your contributions to First Age Private Schools, neither will we relent in our wishes and prayers for your success in life. We look forward to hearing great news in future about each and every one of you.

Choir

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Grade 4

The DNA of the First Age Teacher

As i walked around the quiet hallways reminiscing on how knowledge was transferred from teacher to pupil, how mathematics was dismantled for the younger brains, how Quantitative was a regular morning dose and most importantly how nurturing took place. I was astonished at the site of a welcome message hanging at the entrance of one of the classes. Yes it says WELCOME but this wasn’t your regular welcome to our class, this was more inspiring, i connected to the words each time i went back to read it, and i know the pupils of that class would have connected to it too. (that’s if they read it…lol)

 

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