As schools open for another academic session, teachers have been advised to teach their students with passion to enable them to excel in their studies.
The Proprietress of Champion Executive Schools, Mrs. Irene Kenneth-Okoeguale, gave the advice during the first-year anniversary celebration of the school in Benin City.
She also advised the students to cooperate with the teachers while they are learning, stating that the education of the child is a circle that involves both the teacher and the parent who must ensure that they do their homework at home.
“The parents should partner with the school authorities to raise up their children.
The child must have the zeal to want to be in school to learn when the teachers and parents encourage them. The learners should be engaged by the teacher through the activity-based learning method, ABL,” she said.
The Proprietress said the fundamental problems in the Nigerian system of education lie in the delivery, adding that the best graduating students abroad are from Nigeria and EDO state in particular.
She disclosed that one of the hindrances to learning by some students is that the new generation parents want to wait until the last day before paying their school fees.
She further said the school has adopted the blend of the Nigeria and British type of education to raise global champions in the pre-early years, elementary and high school classes.