Monday, March 27, 2017

ICT Training Amidst Rainstorm Devastation? Yes! Learning Goes On...

#EveryChildCanLearn
#WeekTwo
#ICTTraining.
#SupportedBy
#DonMcBurney
#ARayOfHope
Facilitators from @oyafix @farouktackie
#ThankYou #GodBless.




Special thanks and admiration to @theone.ekoatlantic for the donated laptops, last year. #ThankfulStill #EducationCounts #OutOfSchoolChildren #StreetKids #RuralAreas

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Saturday, March 25, 2017

When A Photographer Came Visiting. The Question. The Children Curiousity. Our Fundraising.

The aftermath of rainstorm that took place on Monday afternoon was devastating as many families have been rendered homeless. Our school was largely affected as the classrooms were flooded and the roofing came off. We seek your donation to rebuild and to support families of our scholars affected by this disaster. Kindly donate to our cause here:
A Photographer's visit to one of the affected homes on Thursday, 24th of March, 2017.

This photograph displays an interaction with the photograph Ola Taiwo affecting his visitation to affected families. He wanted to know how/where the families of the children affected would sleep?


We have no special talents, We are only passionately curious....
Photograph shows some of our scholars, having a good look at the camera and laptop.


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Friday, March 24, 2017

JAKES: An Evident of Impact.

Jakes *not real name, was 10 years old when he joined us in 2015. He could not read, write nor was he good at numeracy. He had repeated classes several times while in public school and, his mum had literally given up on him. He was in Basic 3. So, we took him in with open arms.

Yesterday, we were pleasantly surprised when his mum showed up very early in the morning at the school (attached photograph). Not to request for a thing. But, to say a BIG thank you to all the teachers for the evident impact on Jakes . Now, he's greatly improved in his subjects and can now read, write. He's got one of the best teachers. Thank you United Parcel Service for the seed grant in kicking off this initiative in 2015. Thank you Ms. Taiye Faloju, Mrs. Patricia Igbokwe, Mr. Odewale Olaniyi, Mr. Efosa Obazee, Mr. Teslim Belo-Osagie, Mr. Tunde Majiyagbe, Mrs. Toroti, Mrs. Tolulope, Mrs. Damoye, Mrs. Adesike, Mrs. Falstrom, Mr. Kenny, Don McBurney, Ms. Kehinde Adebiyi, Mrs. Akinlade, Ms, Kujenya Joke, Mrs. Toyin, Mr. Chike, and everyone, too numerous to mention. Thank you all SO much for believing in our school cause. We would not have been able to do all we do without your concerted effort. You are incredibly awesome. Thank you. 




​Respectfully,​


SSI Team
"​education​..every child deserves a chance"
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