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Education Visionary, Kehinde Nwani

LagosMums Mum of the Month- Education visionary, Kehinde Nwani

  As a young girl, Kehinde Nwani grew up on the campus of the University of Ife. Little did she know that those early experiences would later sow the seeds for a lifelong passion to actively participate in education across Nigeria.  In an interview with Lagosmums, Kehinde shares how her idyllic childhood and faith in

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Planning Campaign Events and Activities for Your Student Council Election

Running for student council election is not just about winning a title, but it’s also an opportunity to make a positive impact on your school community. Beyond the immediate benefits of holding a leadership position, participating in student council elections can also enhance your resume. It can also demonstrate valuable skills such as communication, teamwork,

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Celebrate Children’s Super Hero Week At Upbeat Centre!

  Join Upbeat Centre, West Africa’s first trampoline park and recreation centre in Lagos, for a special week of events. This event will be hosting kids and guests to a special week of events, called the Upbeat Children’s Superhero Week (25th May – 26th May 2024).  It will be all about celebrating the kids as

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Why Young Adults and the Elderly are more Vulnerable to Cybercrimes

Based on research, some factors answer the question of why young adults and the elderly are more vulnerable to cybercrimes. Both young adults (under 25) and the elderly (over 75) are identified as the most vulnerable groups to cybercrimes, though for different reasons. The elderly may be at risk due to limited knowledge of cybersecurity

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Mum’s Guide to Relocation: How to Recognize and Avoid Burnout

Welcome to the Mum’s Guide to Relocation: How to Recognize and Avoid Burnout. Relocating as a mum is a significant life event that brings excitement, challenges, and adjustments. Amidst the hustle of packing, settling into a new home, and ensuring your family’s well-being, it’s easy to overlook the toll it can take on your mental

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Charterhouse Lagos Appoints Mark Healy as Head of Secondary School

On Tuesday, 16th April 2024, Charterhouse Lagos, the prestigious British independent school, announced the appointment of Mr Mark Healy as Head of Secondary at Charterhouse Lagos, effective 01 August 2024.  Mark joins Charterhouse Lagos from Doha British School in Qatar, where he oversaw three secondary schools as the Cluster Head of Secondary. He has a

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Zero Tolerance To Bullying: Wellspring College’s Stand Against Harassment

Bullying is a scourge that has plagued schools and communities for far too long, leaving deep emotional scars and hindering the growth of young minds. Today, Wellspring College took a bold stand with its Anti-Bullying program, sending a clear message of zero tolerance for this destructive behaviour. The day commenced with an impactful awareness walk,

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