Head teacher to make college a model - WAEC

The head teacher of the College of Education at Ikere-Ekiti Demonstration Secondary School, Dr Ibitola Makinde, has pledged to build on the achievements of his predecessors to make the school one of the best in the country.

Dr Makinde, who listed some of the school’s achievements in the last academic session at a stakeholders’ meeting, promised better performance in the next academic session with the support of the management and other stakeholders.

The head teacher said the college recorded 100 per cent successes in all its external examinations.

She said: “My vision to ensure and maintain excellence in academic and character has remained unchanged. I have passionately pursued the goal of producing future leaders who can truly raise their heads among their equals and who can truly defend the certificates they earned.”

According to her, students of the school were the overall best in last year’s West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the National Examinations Council (NECO) examinations as well as the Junior Secondary School (JSS) category.

Dr Makinde said: “In line with our slogan: We Are the Best, our student, Akinyemi Oluwajomiloju, was the Pyramid Foundation Award winner for being the Best Student in the 2016 WAEC/NECO results in Ikere Local Government Area while Daramola Damilola won in the JSS3 category.”

The school, the head teacher said, recorded successes in sports, winning many gold and silver medals in sporting activities at local and state levels.

She said: “We came first in the Southwest handball competition at Osogbo, Osun State capital. We have qualified for other competitions that will come up next session. Prominent among them is the students’ project on sewage management, where sewage waste was used as bio bricks.”

Praising the teachers for their commitments for grooming the pupils for better performance, the head teacher thanked the school management for creating conducive learning environment for teachers and pupils.

She drew the attention of the management and the Parents Teachers Association (PTA) to some challenges facing the institution and called for prompt attention to address them.

The Provost of the college, Prof Mojisola Oyarekua, congratulated Dr Makinde, the workers and pupils for the school’s achievements.

She urged them not to give up because of the challenges the school was facing.

Head teacher to make college a model - WAEC Head teacher to make college a model
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