A data centric awards system since 2012
WE CAN SAY NO TO BULLYING IN OUR SCHOOLS BY PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELING OF NON BULLYING BEHAVIORS/ BAD BEHAVIORS
Here is the compilation of bad behaviors we must say NO to in our Schools; as compiled by participants at the 2022 Bullying prevention and management workshops in Abuja (Jan. 26-27) and Lagos (Feb. 2-3) Nigeria
APRIL 28 (LAGOS) & APRIL 29 (ABUJA), 2022 AFRICA TOP SCHOOL AWARDS & REPORT
The 2022 Africa Top Schools + 10: Eyes on the Future Initiative will explore the key progress made and lessons learned from the schools’ development and improvement plan of awards-winning schools over the last 10 years. The 10th year anniversary discussion will center on new ideas and aspirations of top schools, for the next 10 years. We will probe schools on the challenges of managing school enrollment and fears in a challenging economy. Especially, their survival strategies of the past three years; the Covid-19 pandemic challenge and the associated impact of currency devaluation, high inflationary trend, and job losses/ right-sizing of the labor force by leading companies. On a positive note, we will report on how Covid-19 ushered in a new era for how African countries deliver education. We will also be featuring interviews with outstanding educators and leaders of major education associations/pressure groups in Africa. There is a planned March 15-19, 2022 International visit to outstanding schools in Dubai. The 2022 awards ceremony and unveiling of the Africa Top Schools Report come up in Lagos on April 28 and in Abuja on April 29.
January 26-27, 2022 BULLYING PREVENTION & INTERVENTION WORKSHOP
We want participants to have an in-depth understanding of Bullying, Fagging, etc; and to use this understanding in the development of interventions that promote students’ wellbeing in the schools.
Key coverage areas:
1. Conduct of Student surveys on incidences of Bullying, fagging, etc. This survey will expose the types and penetration levels of Bullying in your school.
2. Developing effective responses to the different types and classes of bullying.
3. Writing and reviewing Bullying prevention policy
4. Establishing Bullying complaint procedure for Teachers, Students, and Parents
5. A comprehensive review of the Child and vulnerable children act ..
Fees: #50k per participant, payable to GT Bank Plc account 0613573978 for African Principals Conference Initiative.
6. Facilitators will be experienced lecturers and Psychologists from the Universities, Educationists, and Fellows of the African Principals Conference.
For participation please pay and send details to +234(0)8023308188 or email@example.com
MAY 18-20, 2021 AFRICA TOP SCHOOL AWARDS
Check out the current reigning Schools in Africa (Nigeria) and the 2021 Who’s Who in the Management of Basic and Secondary Education. The awards were presented in Lagos Sheraton Hotel Ikeja on May 18, 2021 by the Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo. The awards were presented in Abuja Green Minds Hotel Limited, Utako on May 20, 2021 by the Federal Minister of State for Education, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba.
SCHOOLS ENROLLMENT: EFFECTIVE HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT AS KEY DETERMINANT
The unique nature of the COVID-19 crisis poses a new set of challenges for Africa Schools as they claw their ways to recovery. Most private schools lack the financial power needed to effectively manage transition to the new world. The broad themes, by now, are familiar and generally the same globally for all businesses:
- Protecting the health and safety of stakeholders: students, teachers / employees, and customers / parents.
- Adapting new learning and teaching techniques that will allow social distancing and development of critical 21st century soft skills.
- Addressing the skill gaps needed to support effective e-learning, flipped classroom systems, needed leadership, and management skills.
REIMAGINING THE AFRICAN SCHOOL IN THE NEW NORMAL
Best School For Your Child: Admission & Enrollment Activities (2020/21)
THE FUTURE OF AFRICA TOP SCHOOL (ATS) AWARDS: ATS VALUE PLUS SERVICES
- We are taking a strategic approach concerning the Rating Guide for the annual ATS awards. This is to address the worries of stakeholders with regards to the integrity of WASSCE. There have been valid concerns of exam malpractices in Africa. However, ATS-rated schools have till date solid academic staff, standard operating procedures, and quality school plants.
- ATS awards will continue to be solely influenced by the performances of schools in external examinations. However, effective from February 2021, we will be adding an ATS Value Plus services to further improving the credibility and quality of the ATS Awards.
- What is ATS Value Plus Service?
This will be a special February Mock examinations services for students preparing for the May/June external examination in standard schools in Africa:
A) First level participation in the annual ATS award will be the registration of at least 20 students for the ATS Plus Mock Exams by interested schools. There must be proof that the registered students have been registered for the May/June NECO or WAEC exams.
B) Participating schools will supply WAEC/NECO results of participating students to the ATS team for confirmation with WAEC/NECO. (Every School must have indemnified the ATS team against usage and confirmation of results with WAEC/NECO during registration for the ATS Value Plus Mock Exams.
C) Ratings of schools for the ATS awards will be based on composite grading of students in the WASSCE and Value Plus Mock Exam; including quality of school plant and standard operating procedures of schools.
- Key Questions:
a) Start-up subjects in the ATS Value Plus Mock exams:
English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Economics. (We can add additional subjects for interested schools as need arises).
Any cost implications?
Yes, very minimal, for examinations and results validation with WAEC.
We always pay WAEC for rating services. The ATS Value Plus Mock exams may replace (or add value) in-house mock exams of participating Schools.