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Police Children School, Awka holds 2019 graduation



HEAD Teacher of  Police Children Schoo,l Awka , Margaret Azuka, has advised communities, government bodies and group of companies to assist the school to see that the school environment is given a new look by next academic session.

In her words,  “we appreciate some of our parents who believe in us and have been patient with us all these while. God bless and keep you for us, you will all smile in the nearest future”.

Little Ezimoha Chinwendu of nursery two and her group presented a speech, titled ‘The Children’s Duty’. In her words, “the children obey and help their parents. The children supports the family by helping their parents. The children do the house chores. The elderly ones takes care of the younger ones…”

Samuel from nursery two made a speech about balanced diet, stating that  it makes one  strong and healthy.

The head teacher of Police Children School II Awka, Mrs Margaret Azuka  advised the pupils, mostly the outgoing ones to behave well at home and always concentrate on their education as one can never achieve a goal without education, even when he  intends to do business. She prayed that God will provide for the parents so that they can cater for their children and  give them sound education.

She maintained that there is no one teacher, one class in Police Children School, saying that   children will  perform well if Nigerians will seek the attention of professional teachers mostly when setting the curriculum to guide and mold the children.

In her word” when non professional teachers are sent to school, they are likely not to teach the children well because they do not know the basis in teaching. Every child is intelligent, it depends on how you channel the child…”

The overall best performing student, Victor Rejoice expressed her gratitude to her parents and teachers for their words of encouragement which made her to be outstanding among other students in the school.

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