The National Association of proprietors and private schools, Lagos State chapter said students in terminal classes will resume back to their schools on August 3. The President of NAPPS, Lagos State chapter; Mr Amusa Olawale said the last meeting the south-west governors did with the commissioners of education shows that they are still working on how WASSCE will be held in September. Without the examination being done in September, it will seriously affect the next session. He said there was plan to ensure the
Gradually, the endSARS protest is getting out of hands. The protest has almost become a threat to everyone. It doesn't seem to end anytime soon. For the safety of the pupils and students, NAPPS announced on Sunday October 18, that all private schools shall remain closed today Monday 19th October, 2020 as a result of the ongoing Nationwide EndSARS Protest. Meanwhile, The National Examination Council NECO has earlier announced the postponement of the Computer Science Practical scheduled to be written on Monday.
The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) have in its reaction to the announcement of the Federal Government giving the green light for schools to reopen for exit classes, commended the decision taken by the federal Government. NAPPS is the apex association of private school owners in Nigeria.The association which was founded in 2005 has the aim of promoting the welfare and interaction of proprietors of private schools in ensuring the delivery of quality educational services in the country.
Meeting held on Thursday in Ikeja with some stakeholders in the sector by officials of the Lagos state ministry of Education suggested to reopen schools. The state governors in the South- West geo political zone to reopen schools on August 4 this year, only primary and secondary schools in Lagos state. Meanwhile according to their decision only learners in primary six, Junior secondary school three, and senior secondary school three are to fully resume schools. The Lagos state ministry of Education stated that
Please do me a favour by hitting the 'follow' option and the 'like' option. Thanks. Malam Adamu Adamu 's declaration on Wednesday led to the school's resumption plans. It was announced earlier that only the last year classes will resume because their exam can not be skipped. However, the federal government said no WAEC Tests will occur in the immediate future. The good news, however, is that Otunba Yomi Otubela, president of the National Association of Private School Proprietors (NAPPS) called on the Federal
The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Lagos State, have announced the resumption of terminal senior secondary school pupils, saying that plan have been made, to ensure conduct of the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE), in September according to PUNCH. NAPPS president, Lagos state chapter, Mr Amusa Olawale, made the above statement while addressing newsmen on Friday. Lagos state government recently announced reopening of schools, in accordance with the
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It was gathered that Lagos State Ministry of Education, NAPPS, had a meeting with the Director General, Quality Assurance, and a compromise had been reached that Private schools shall be resuming on August 3. It was also reported that clearance has been given for reopening of schools but if any school fails to take the requirements serious may be hindered to reopen. Read more Despite the the fact that some people frowned at Oyo State Ministry of Education's decision in cancelling the third term for the 2019/2020
A news posted on 23th of September 2020, on the Ministry of Education Enugu Facebook platform, shows the agreements held by the Enugu State Educational sector stakeholders’ (NAPPS) and the tactful approval of His Excellency the Governor for the phased re-opening of schools in Enugu State, moreover the Hon. Commissioner of Education in Enugu wishes to inform the general public that all Primary and Secondary schools in the state are to re-open for third term academic activities on Monday 28th September, 2020.
A courtesy visit that was organised by the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) and Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria to the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu respectively, has turned out to be a mere clash between the two associations. When the Ministry officials told the two associations that they will be attained to at the Ministry of Education conference room at the same time because the two associations are but one, they were startled. The commotion started
Hoodlums set police station on fire Earlier on Tuesday, policemen attached to Orile police Station, Lagos State Police Command, ran for dear lives when armed street urchins and cult gang members set the police station on fire. Most of the Policemen were said to have hastily changed their uniforms to plain cloths before joining the crowd who had converged along the Mile 2-Orile expressway. Some said the protest, which was peaceful, turned violent following the killing of a young man by a Policeman attached to
The owners of private schools which are under the national association of proprietors of private schools (NAPPS) have told the federal government of Nigeria to keep schools open. They highlighted that the consequences of closing down schools are more dangerous than the effects of the covid-19 pandemic the federal government is trying to fight. The association cried that that 30 percent of their members went broke and bankrupt last year due to school closure which resorted to many to sell their schools to sustain
The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools NAPPS, Nasarawa state chapter has established a Multipurpose Cooperative Society to among other things help it's registered members navigate through the tough period of Covid-19 induced lockdown. In a phone interview with this blogger, the state chapter president of the school owners association who doubles as the chairman of the Cooperative Society said the Cooperative Society was earlier established in 2017 to help its members access cheaper loans
Federal government is planning to reopen schools after July 29th 2020, When schools would have met the resumption guidelines. The federal government has previously postpone schools resumption as a result of the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria. Groups like National Association of Proprietors of Private School in Nigeria(NAPPS), National Parent Teacher Association of Nigeria(NAPTAN) and other Stakeholders support the federal government in the reopening of schools in the planned date in 2020
The owners of private schools under the administration of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) have made their decision that are not ready and will not allow their facilities to be converted to isolation centres. This is coming as the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 announced on Thursday that the Federal Government would require hotels and school dormitories as quarantine and isolation centres because bed spaces are no longer available. Dr Osagie Ehanire, who is the Minister
Private school owners have cried out after parents of students started requesting for a refund of the WAEC fees they paid for their children. According to reports gathered, it seems like this action is coming after the federal government orders that all students of the 104 unity schools nationwide would not be participating in the upcoming WASSCE scheduled to take place between August 4th and September 5th. This disclosure was however made by the president of the national association of proprietors of Private
On the news this morning,the federal government through the federal ministry of education and the minister (Mr. Adamu Adamu) has made this known through the media after the total shutdown of schools for more than 6 months. The federal governments meeting with the educational agencies; NAPPS, NUC,ASUU and stakeholders, has been made and schools are informed to resume operation by 12 October. Federal Universities, colleges of education and polytechnics are informed to resume on the scheduled date while state Universities
Continuously, the endSARS fight is escaping hands. The dissent has nearly become a danger to everybody. It doesn't appear to end at any point in the near future. For the security of the understudies and understudies, NAPPS declared on Sunday October 18, that all non-public schools will stay shut today Monday nineteenth October, 2020 because of the continuous Nationwide EndSARS Protest. Then, The National Examination Council NECO has prior reported the delay of the Computer Science Practical booked to be
The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools(NAPPS) in Lagos State has now said that Senior Secondary Schools will resume in August 3. The President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) in Lagos State Chapter disclosed this at the media briefing on Friday. According to the President of NAPPS in Lagos ,there has been a plan to ensure that the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination is conducted in September. Also during the meetings of the South-West