It was fun galore after a hectic academic session as Pampers Private School, Ota celebrated her end of year party amidst funfair and pomp.
The high ranking school, whose academic performance has been rated excellent and one of the bests in Ota and environs comprises of both Nursery /Primary and Secondary schools.
In her opening speech, the school’s Proprietress, Mrs Abiodun Salako appreciated the parents for deeming it fit to enroll their children or wards in where she described as ‘one of the best citadels of learning in Ota’.
She added that the school management is determined to ensure sustenance of standard which the school has set in molding the lives of future leaders. She enjoined parents to work in tandem with the teachers as learning is a continuum and the teaching their pupils get within the walls of the school has to be further compensated with informal training given to pupils at home.
In an interview with VOA Entertainment Correspondent, one of the parents who doubles as the PTA chairman, Ambassador Niyi Amoo assured that the school was one of the best in Ado-Odo Ota.
He stated that Pampers Private School is a great school with a typical Nigerian mother as the Proprietress. “Since I joined this school, I have noticed the excellent performance of their pupils and students which gave me a courage to call on parents out there to ensure their children are part of the testimony.”
He further appreciated parents alike.
The school, whose academic performance was said to have been showcased in the recent WASSCE, has all its SS3 graduands merited in the WAEC examination. VOA Entertainment correspondent learnt.
In a separate interview with our correspondent, the PTA Vice chairman, Mrs Kehinde Azizat said that the school was a strong academic foundation for children.
“This school is a foundation of learning for all children whose parents know what they really want. I will like to tell parents that, supporting the school financially and morally will help improve it, your contribution is very important. To the teachers, endeavor to always seek for knowledge and wisdom so as to help build the children. The children should also understand that the only legacy that could support them in life is education.”
She added that the school should also continue to build on the standard it had laid down; putting less attention on money or structure.
The event entails different games which showcased the school’s interest and excellent performance in social activities.
While speaking with our correspondent, an erstwhile JSS2 student, who emerged ‘Miss Pampers 2019/2020’, Fabode Elizabeth said, ‘I am happy to be given this title. I have hoped for it since I was in JSS1. I have all the criteria that was needed, viz; calmness, discipline, hard work and brilliancy.”
In the same vein, the head boy of the school, Ogunrin Tinuola Joseph who was also one of the graduands, told our correspondent that, Pampers Private School is a school for all, it’s a school with lots of dreams and ambition for students and pupils who are willing to learn. The teachers are qualified and competent enough to prepare us for the future. I appreciate the school for molding me to what I am today. I pray that Pampers will continue to move forward.”
The event was graced by parents, teachers, as well as well wishers of the school.