Meadow Hall Group rewarded for exemplary teaching, learning practices

Meadow Hall Group

The Lagos State government has commended Meadow Hall Group on the quality of its teaching and academic excellence.

This followed a recent evaluation exercise by officials of the state ministry of education who rated the school outstanding.

The evaluation was carried out by a team of 10 professionals, assigned to ensure that the standard of education set by the state government is met and upheld.

During the weeklong evaluation process, the team members focused on teaching and learning methods, governance, facilities, health, safety and leadership, especially as regards Meadow Hall College, Lekki. They participated in lesson observations, paying attention to methodology and mode of delivery.

The team also interviewed Meadow Hall students and members of staff and other stakeholders with respect to behaviour, discipline, co-curricular activities and the level of involvement of staff, parents and the community.

According to the Director General, Office of Education Quality Assurance in the state, Mrs. Ronke Soyombo, the school was found “to be effective in the coverage of scheme and quantity/quality of work done.

“The evaluation revealed that Meadow Hall provided quality education to learners in a conducive environment. The available performance data analysis also revealed that learners take part and excel in international examinations like Check Points and International General Certificate of Secondary Examination (IGCSE). Learners result in IGCSE indicates a score of 96 and 94 percent in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Meadow Hall Group, Mrs. Kehinde Nwani said, “Meadow Hall is committed to excellence and is passionate about the holistic development of children, and as such we have set high standards for the school, which all members of staff work towards to ensure we exceed expectations at all times.

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