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MANAGING YOUR CHILD'S BEHAVIOUR

29 month(s) ago on 01/05/2019 @ 09:14 am by Creative Learning International School, Apo
Category: Family Life and Relationships - 4074 views | Articles by Author

Last week, we looked at few tips that can help us manage the behaviours of our children. Here are some more practices that we can embrace for better behavioural therapy.

REPEAT INSTRUCTIONS
Repetition is an integral part of all learning and mastery. 'If at first you don't succeed, try again.' D

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WATCHING THE WORDS CHILDREN USE

29 month(s) ago on 01/05/2019 @ 09:11 am by Creative Learning International School, Apo
Category: Education and Learning - 1533 views | Articles by Author

Children learn a lot by imitation. They use words that raise the hair on the back of our necks after they must have heard others use those words, or after those words have been aimed at them. Adults' use different words when they are upset, excited or just discussing with other adults and these wor

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International Chess Master Visits Start-Rite Schools

30 month(s) ago on 10/04/2019 @ 12:15 am by Startrites School, Apo
Category: Gaming - 1202 views | Articles by Author

Chess as a game is a mystery to most often seen as an elitist game for intellectuals and with good reason; research has found that chess lessons improved pupils' concentration, boosted thinking skills and raised levels of sportsmanship.

Start-Rite Schools takes pride in being forward thinking an

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GBEMINIYI WINS ICT AWARD

30 month(s) ago on 03/04/2019 @ 02:57 pm by Premiere Academy, Lugbe
Category: Computer and Technology - 978 views | Articles by Author

The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) presented Master Gbeminiyi Joel Arolasafe, a Premiere Academy Science Student in SS2

with the award for the best ICT Wizkid for the year 2018, in recognition of his outstanding achievements among his peers. The event was organised by the NSE (Abuja Chapt

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Founder and CEO of Inspire Youth Initiative visits Start-Rite Secondary School

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 11:07 pm by Startrites School, Apo
Category: News and Events - 616 views | Articles by Author

Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) helps to give students the knowledge, skills, and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy and independent lives. It aims to help them understand how they are developing personally and socially, tackling many of the moral, social and cultural

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Mentor-Mentee Lunch

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 10:59 pm by Startrites School, Apo
Category: News and Events - 598 views | Articles by Author

On Monday, 11th February 2019, Start-Rite Day Secondary School had its first Mentor-Mentee lunch with teachers and students. It was a dine-and-discuss-picnic-style lunch where teachers and students could be found sitting informally on mats on the grass, with their lunches unpacked. The students lat

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Raising Future Leaders

30 month(s) ago on 02/04/2019 @ 08:58 am by Atlantic Hall School, Epe
Category: News and Events - 578 views | Articles by Author

On 20th November, 2018 Atlantic Hall proved not to be a school known just for academic and sporting excellence but also a breeding ground for future entrepreneurs and accounting gurus. A team of ten students on a short notice graced the maiden edition of the Association of Chartered Certified Accou

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THE IDIOT IS KNOWN BY SIX CHARACTERISTICS

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 09:10 am by Quiblah School, Aleshinloye
Category: Science and Fiction - 548 views | Articles by Author

Student Name / Class:
Mariam Ibrahim / JSS1A
Ibn al-Jawzi, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said in his book: Akhbaar Al-Hamqaa wal-Mughaffileen (Narrations Regarding the Foolish and Heedless):

“The idiot is known by six characteristics:

1. Becoming angry over nothing.
2. Giving to one w

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SUBHANALLAAH! WHAT A PATHETIC STORY!!!

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 09:08 am by Quiblah School, Aleshinloye
Category: Philosophy and Religion - 544 views | Articles by Author

Student Name / Class:
Ibrahim Jibola / JSS3B
Quran Was Recited in His Presence, So He Died!!!

•Salih al-Mirri narrated:

“Malik bin Dinar said to me: “Come by tomorrow, O Abu Salih, for I have promised a group of the brothers that we would go visit Abu Juhayr Mas’ud ad-Darir in al-J

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NISSMUN CONFERENCE 2018

30 month(s) ago on 03/04/2019 @ 02:59 pm by Premiere Academy, Lugbe
Category: Education and Learning - 536 views | Articles by Author

The Nigerian Secondary Schools Model United Nations (NISSMUN) conference, which is always held in the third week of October during the annual UN week celebrations and which has become a regular annual feature of student life in Premiere Academy for a number of years, is always both a life-enriching

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HOMEWORK STRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR CHILDREN

29 month(s) ago on 01/05/2019 @ 09:13 am by Creative Learning International School, Apo
Category: Education and Learning - 522 views | Articles by Author

Most times, parents are trapped in a nightly homework struggle with their children and children take advantage of various excuses that seem endless, such as; "I don't have any homework today", "My teacher never looks at my homework anyway", "That assignment was optional", "I did it at school" and s

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Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications

30 month(s) ago on 01/04/2019 @ 12:52 pm by Noble Hall Leadership Academy, Idu
Category: Education and Learning - 508 views | Articles by Author

Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications (Cambridge PDQs) are designed to enrich teaching and leadership.
The most important factor in the quality of students' learning is the quality of teaching and school leadership. Teachers and leaders need to develop their professional thinking and p

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World Read Aloud Day

30 month(s) ago on 10/04/2019 @ 12:08 am by Startrites School, Apo
Category: Education and Learning - 492 views | Articles by Author

Read Aloud. Change the World. World Read Aloud Day was on February 1, 2019!

Every year, on World Read Aloud Day (WRAD), people all around the globe read aloud together and share stories to advocate for literacy as a human right that belongs to all people.

Start-Rite School partnered with Agru

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How Battery Works

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 09:01 am by Quiblah School, Aleshinloye
Category: Electronics and gadgets - 488 views | Articles by Author

HOW BATTERIES WORK
Submitted by admin on Mon, 10/01/2012 - 18:20

Student Name / Class:
Ismael Bello / SS1A
Discover how batteries work. Learn about energy, electric charge, battery voltage, current and electricity, electrical circuits (series circuits and parallel circuits), and more. Learn

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STEAM Fest 2019

30 month(s) ago on 10/04/2019 @ 12:04 am by Startrites School, Apo
Category: Idea and Innovation - 467 views | Articles by Author

Friday 8th February was a special fun-filled day at Start-Rite Schools as we opened our doors to parents, pupils and visitors to explore exciting, hands-on activities related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics known as STEAM. The day started with a red carpet as parents, vis

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Secondary School Honours Victims of the Holocaust

30 month(s) ago on 10/04/2019 @ 12:13 am by Startrites School, Apo
Category: Culture and Traditions - 464 views | Articles by Author

Students and Parents of Start-Rite Day Secondary school commemorated and honoured victims of the Holocaust on International Holocaust Remembrance Day with an assembly dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust which occurred during WWII.

The assembly paid tribute, to the victims of

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4 WAYS TO GET YOUR CHILD TO TAKE HOMEWORK RESPONSIBILITY

19 month(s) ago on 27/02/2020 @ 06:17 pm by Tiggy Winklers, Gwarinpa
Category: Education and Learning - 450 views | Articles by Author

You may get as frustrated with homework as your children do, and it’s sometimes hard to know how much help is appropriate and how much you should back off from helping your child with their homework. To help your children take responsibility for their homework, here are some tips to try.

1. E

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WHY IS THE SKY BLUE?

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 09:03 am by Quiblah School, Aleshinloye
Category: Nature and Environment - 449 views | Articles by Author

WHY IS THE SKY BLUE?
Submitted by admin on Sat, 09/29/2012 - 21:06

Student Name / Class:
Chinedu Daudu
On a clear sunny day, the sky above us looks bright blue. In the evening, the sunset puts on a brilliant show of reds, pinks and oranges. Why is the sky blue? What makes the sunset red?
To

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International Women's Day

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 10:58 pm by Startrites School, Apo
Category: News and Events - 442 views | Articles by Author

Start-Rite Day Secondary School celebrated women across the globe on International Women's Day with an assembly on 8th March 2019.

Guest speaker, Buchi Onyegule and host of Morning Mojo on WeFM 106.3 FM Nigeria engaged the students with the theme and hashtag for this year #BalanceforBetter. H

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Kids Addicted to Television

19 month(s) ago on 27/02/2020 @ 06:20 pm by Tiggy Winklers, Gwarinpa
Category: Education and Learning - 428 views | Articles by Author

Television programming is all about showing reality without censorship, meaning that child watchers are inundated with shows depicting physical and sexual violence, as well as the use of illegal substances and harsh language. Unfortunately, due to this proliferation of negative media content, it ma

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PARENTS: WATCH WHAT YOU ALLOW YOUR CHILDREN TO WATCH!

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 09:06 am by Quiblah School, Aleshinloye
Category: Family Life and Relationships - 425 views | Articles by Author

Student Name / Class:
Bobola AbdKareem / SS1A
How do you expect kids to listen to their
parents
when…
* Tarzan lives half naked,
* Cinderella comes home at midnight,
* Pinocchio lies all the time,
* Aladdin is the king of thieves,
* Batman drives at 200 mph,
* Romeo and Juliet commit s

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MATH FROM MEMORY

30 month(s) ago on 09/04/2019 @ 09:04 am by Quiblah School, Aleshinloye
Category: Education and Learning - 418 views | Articles by Author

Student Name / Class:
Nu'man Olumide / SS3A
All the time you spent memorizing multiplication tables may have made you a better mathematician, according to a new study. A team of scientists from Stanford University, in California, have shown how the brain reorganizes itself as kids learn math.

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Unsustainable Paper Voting in Nigeria – A Case for Electronic Voting.

17 month(s) ago on 13/04/2020 @ 11:30 am by Lotanna Ugochukwu
Category: Government and Politics - 414 views | Articles by Author

Despite the relevance of the elections in Nigerian’s democratic transition, all elections in Nigeria till date have been marred by series of crisis and irregularities. The use of paper voting in these elections can largely be blamed for these occurrences. Easy accessibility, destructibility and a

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Concentration Leads to Independence

19 month(s) ago on 26/02/2020 @ 07:17 am by The Sage Schools, Maitama
Category: Education and Learning - 406 views | Articles by Author

Every child’s ultimate mission is to become independent. Yes, everyone wants that. They begin to show their desire for independence when they say, at a very young age “No, I can do it by myself”; “No, mummy, I can carry it” and you wonder; “hmm, my child is feeling all grown up!”.

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Home Science Association Secondary School Lagos

18 month(s) ago on 02/04/2020 @ 08:14 am by Home Science Association Secondary School, Ajegunle
Category: Education and Learning - 396 views | Articles by Author

As we celebrate our 30th anniversary, here are some of our products speaking for us.

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THE UNDER-STRENGTH OF NATIONAL POLICY ON CHILD LABOUR

17 month(s) ago on 13/04/2020 @ 02:31 pm by Lotanna Ugochukwu
Category: Government and Politics - 395 views | Articles by Author

Introduction

The under-strength of the National Policy on Child Labour is glaringly evident in its lack of explanatory depth and insubstantial approach to its implementation. Child labour being a ravaging global issue cutting across many nations and continents, including the presumed ‘first-wo

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Market Fair

30 month(s) ago on 10/04/2019 @ 12:12 am by Startrites School, Apo
Category: Food and Agriculture - 388 views | Articles by Author

Start-Rite Day Secondary held her first Market Fair on the 29th of January 2019. All students participated in this valuable learning experience by turning to entrepreneurs; either producing food items or buying and re-branding items to sell.

Start-Rite Day Secondary believes that teaching stud

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Who Is Your Child Creating?

19 month(s) ago on 26/02/2020 @ 07:15 am by The Sage Schools, Maitama
Category: Education and Learning - 381 views | Articles by Author

Who Is Your Child Creating?
Dear parent, do you know that between the ages of 0 – 3 years, your child is in a period of creating his mind? Do you know that whatever he absorbs, is who he becomes?

This is how it works. As soon as your child arrives earth, he comes loaded with an inner, uncontr

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What Do People Say About Concentration?

19 month(s) ago on 26/02/2020 @ 07:18 am by The Sage Schools, Maitama
Category: Education and Learning - 377 views | Articles by Author

What Do People Say About Concentration?
Concentration is a universal skill that is evident all over the world. We see it when children play with sand, paint, toys or listen to a story that they enjoy.

“Concentration is a necessary ingredient essential for future success” – Eno Simon

I

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INDIGENEITY: A HIGHLY VALUED POLICY OF EXCLUSION IN NIGERIA

17 month(s) ago on 13/04/2020 @ 11:45 am by Lotanna Ugochukwu
Category: Government and Politics - 377 views | Articles by Author

Indigeneity is an uncodified, yet much coveted and enforced policy of government especially at the state and local level of government in Nigeria. It comes with its discriminatory practices and has enshrined the unfair treatment of non-indigenes by local authorities as official government policy. I

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