This is a follow up on the “For the love of plants” Summer Class. [04/10 8:13 AM] Immediately I woke up, my son said close your eyes I have a surprise. So I allowed him to lead me there. He was really excited. He said Tada! [04/10 8:13 AM] The next morning he went to […]
Check out below thefirst photos from the BES summer School.
Summer school can be the best way to retain things learned in the previous school year. After all, it is easy to forget simple math calculations and words if you spend the entire holidays watching movies and playing games. Summer school can help students apply what they have learned in a fun, more carefree environment. […]
Although Christianity made its first appearance in Nigeria in Benin in the sixteenth century when Portuguese missionaries came, no definitive church was established before the missionaries departed. The first church in Nigeria wasn’t built until few centuries later.The first church in Nigeria is the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Ake, Abeokuta. Its foundation was laid […]
It was a calm and cold Wednesday afternoon last August .As we arrived at the Obasanjo presidential library you could feel the palpable tension in the air. The boys had been waiting for this day. Waiting for almost three hundred and sixty five days. Waiting to avenge their shocking defeat in the hands of the […]
I love food, I love food, It makes me feel really good, Yummy and nutritious food, Keeps me in a superb mood -Author UnKnown
This summer our children learnt how to make Adire. Adire textile is a “tie and dye”cloth made and worn primarily by the Yoruba people who live in south west Nigeria. The name adire was first applied to patterned indigo-dyed cloth(shown above) made in the early twentieth century and then later to more colorful multi-hued clothes […]