The school was founded in July 2011 and it's located in Ilupeju, Lagos. It's caters for kids within the ages of 0-5 years. The school uses a British-Nigerian curriculum used by experienced teachers and caregivers who ensure that the children learn in a broad but fun manner.
For parents, the rainy season means being on the lookout to prevent kids from getting sick. These precautionary measures can help you keep your children healthy and protected. Read on to find out how you can. Send kids off to school with proper rain gear. Having umbrellas, raincoats, and rain boots
Managing Finances in the home is one of the challenges that comes up in the life of a married couple. Its not new and will always happen and hence the need for couples to be practical, open and realistic when it comes to finances. Here is a typical example of an issue from a wife, working mother that
Earlier this year, i promised myself that i would push harder to read more. Sincerely i have improved but need to do more especially if i want the kids to be reading more. Parents are to busy at work, business and doing so many other things and very little reading. So how do we want our kids to be reading
The idea of homeschooling is not one that is common, especially in Nigeria. Also known as home education, homeschooling is a scheme of educating children within the home, as opposed to formal education in public or private schools. In this setting, the children are taught by parents or tutors. Reasons
Ever heard of the saying - “Readers are Leaders”. Very true I must say. Reading has a way of totally altering the mindset which consequently alters our actions and behaviours. It’s very important that as parents, we are able to teach our kids the art of reading. The more your child learns to read,
Zebulun! Yeah... That's actually someone's name. A really nice but kind of strange name. Difficult to pronounce too.. Init? Lol... just kidding. It's not news that Nigerians and other nationalities attach a lot of importance to names. The Yorubas though?? So many names for just one child. Eventually,