📍 Educator || Isrina Schools
Joined on 5 February, 2019
I am all for vigor, hard work, etc. But what if we were to shift education from testing centered to student centered. Instead of tracking, labeling, & focus on weaknesses, what if we develop their strengths? Imagine every child labelled as excelling with their strengths/talents!
A LIL INTRODUCTION 🧐
My name is Rose Ihudiya Amuzie
I grew up in Ajegunle/still living in Ajegunle (which is considered one of the poorest slums in Lagos State).
Special thanks to an anonymous sponsor who saw me through 🏫. I attended the prestigious Covenant University having
Replying to @_ihudiya: On 25.01.2020, I shared my story on this platform and it got a lot of rts and likes. I'm grateful to every individual that do…
On 25.01.2020, I shared my story on this platform and it got a lot of rts and likes. I'm grateful to every individual that donated, referred and visited the school. Kindly follow our Instagram page 👇🙏
The founder of Isrinaschools is @_Grace_Ahudiya 🙏💃
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Make a donation today to support the primary education of our children. In the last two years, 10 children have moved on to secondary school with support from various organizations/individuals. Make education accessible to all.
Plastics for school fees?
To ease the financial burden on families in the school, Isrinaschools adopted a model (@recyclespay) of @acinigeria to allow parents pay a portion of their children's school fees using recyclables.
This reduces plastic waste in the community and 1/
This aims at individuals or organizations that are committed to continuously committed in donating plastics, wine bottles etc to support a child from dropping out of school.
‘The plastics thrown away can be used to support a child’s education in Isrinaschools. ‘
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