The Lagos State Government has announced a one-week term break for both the private and public, nursery, primary and secondary schools in the State.


This was contained in a statement by the Director-General, Office of Education Quality  Assurance (OEQA), Abiola Seriki- Ayeni.


The reason for the break is to enhance teachers’ skills for modern techniques towards meeting the challenges imposed by the coronavirus pandemic.


Students are to resume on Monday, November 8 for normal classes  ‘’based on 2021/2022 harmonized school calendar released by the government’s directive for a hitch-free midterm break.


Abiola said they should also ensure that teachers are professionally enriched to enhance improved staff performance, effectiveness, and efficiency as training and retraining is key to professional development in the 21st century.


‘’They should use  the opportunity to further put in place COVID-19 safety and precautionary protocols as prescribed  by the State government for students  wellness



(National Daily)


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