WHY A SCHOOL OR TEACHER?

Learning is a process, a crucial path that every child should take. Life is a journey that unfolds in phases which require careful steps that can define a child’s destiny. From kindergarten to the university, the process reveals ageless lessons that fill the mind of a child. The society is ever emerging and people are becoming more media savvy. Information now flies at the speed of light. People go about their daily duties employing the skills they acquire through different ways. One may begin to wonder, ‘Why a school? Why a teacher?’. These are the reasons why you need a school or teacher.

 

YOU NEED A SCHOOL TO GET YOU ON TRACK

A school, a good school, is like a platform in which you can sink the building blocks of life. People often think they can take things headlong and end successfully. Schools are staffed with teachers who have been through different stages of education. They have acquired skills and experiences in and out of classrooms. Teachers are trained train in a school that drives the pupils towards realising the set objectives of learning. They help you get the first curves of learning.

 

SCHOOLS HAVE AN ESTABLISHED ORGANIZATION

Schools, genuine schools, are well structured with a definite arrangement that makes the students attain a derivable standard and true quality of any given education. From the head of the school to the man on the watch, there is a continuous check and collaboration that give a conducive atmosphere for learning to thrive. This gives the process a strong compass that projects the students towards achieving their daily goals.

 

SCHOOLS ARE REGULATED BY THE GOVERNMENT

Social excesses and individual directions are monitored and regulated in a school. There is usually an aura of consciousness that drives the activities in a school. Government’s agencies control the tune and dictate of any registered school. Time from time, the activities in a school are examined. Any school found wanting can be reported and sanctioned.

 

SCHOOLS HAVE WELL-DEFINED CURRICULA

The curriculum contents taught in schools are geared towards ensuring the pupils fulfil the recommendations and objectives of examination bodies. Teachers are obligated to equip them with the needed and extensive knowledge they need to succeed. Teachers provide support that quickens the learning process. They take the pupils through the levels and steps necessary to actualize the key results.

 

SCHOOLS ARE VERITABLE ESTABLISHMENTS

Results and ‘products’ produced by legitimate and registered schools can be verified. A school gives everyone the chance to go through required learning that can be presentable with credence and authenticity. In cases of accusation and doubt, schools’ activities can be examined.

 

YOU CAN INTERACT WITH PEOPLE

School is a point of physical contact that aids social progress and self-refinement. It makes the pupils interact and discover peculiar gifts and new things from their peers.

It is the basin of social network that enhances a child’s future successes. Future business partners, wives, professionals, politicians and trailblazers are often groomed in schools.

 

THE SCHOOL PROVIDES FACILITIES FOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Every child in a school has the opportunity to sharpen and develop their talents. They are better positioned for rapid improvement and development. Schools often provide facilities that can help bring out a child’s potential and God-given treasures. Extracurricular activities give the pupils an edge for creating exceptional feats. Self-discovery begins and grows in school. A child’s talent can be nurtured in a school with the help of the trained teachers who can drive him to achieve timeless success.

 

Ojo Oyeyemi J. (2016)

 

 

 

About the Author: Ojo Oyeyemi is a graduate of Creative Arts with outstanding academic pedigree from University of Lagos. He also holds a Master degree in Visual Art History, University of Ibadan. He is a goal getter and passionate teacher who is result driven. He cares for the progress .

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