As schools resume across Lagos State from Monday, September 13th, 2021, the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo Bayeku LCDA, Bldr. Olusesan Daini held an interactive meeting with headteachers of the 12 primary schools within the LCDA yesterday.
Daini who emphasized the importance of foundational and formative importance of primary education in moulding children who will in turn be members and leaders of the society, reiterated his administration’s commitment to qualitative and quantitative education while promising to do more in the areas of providing teaching materials, learning items for pupils, infrastructure to ensure conducive learning environment and improved security with perimeter fencing of more schools.
The Chairman while elaborating on his administration’s educational plan for his second term and for inclusiveness, requested the headteachers to draw up the areas of priorities in their various schools. After a long deliberation on ways to improve academic activities in these schools, the Chairman promised to attend to their requests in phases and also to complete all before the end of next academic session.
The Leader of the team, Mrs. Olugbemi Mojisola Adunni, who spoke on behalf of others commended the Chairman for his strides toward providing conducive teaching and learning environment in their schools which had in turn translated to academic excellence of their pupils. While appreciating the Chairman for the first of its kind meeting, she appealled that it should be a continuous platform to interact with headteachers and teachers alike.
Daini who promised that the interactive session will be a regular platform to engage the headteachers, said “Equal opportunity and access to qualitative primary education is a pre-requisite for building an ideal society where all children are able to develop their social, cognitive, cultural, emotional and physical skills according to the best of their abilities. This is why our administration remained focus more on primary education in order to make sure our children get more conducive and comfortable environment to grow academically.”