Embassy Academy Celebrates End-of-Session Party in style …Opens Admission 

The management, staff and wonderful pupils of Embassy Academy, located at 27a, Water Pipeline, Akute, Ogun State have celebrated their end of the session party in grand style. 

The party, which was held at the school hall on Wednesday, 27 July, 2022 had a pot-pouri of activities, as the brilliant pupils entertained guests and parents in attendance with their dexterity. 

It was indeed an event to remember, as the pupils showcased rare presentation skills and academic prowess in memory verses, history, cultural dance, choreography and other exciting games. Parents were also not left out, as they participated in fun games and won exciting gifts. 

The school is located in a serene environment, conducive for effective learning, and is furnished with standard infrastructure, little wonder the pupils of Embassy Academy are the envy of others. 

A management member, Pastor Mrs Oluwatosin Akinlade, affirmed that the school is not relenting on its oars to achieve greater excellence, and called for continued support of all parents and guardians. 

According to her, “It’s not the building that is the school, but what we are able to produce. That is what Embassy Academy stands for.” 

In turns, parents who were elated by their wards’ academic performances, showered encomiums on the hardworking teachers and staff of Embassy Academy. 

A proud parent, Mrs Oluwaleye said “Appreciation to our beloved teachers and management for putting in effort to make it a fun-filled day. Thanks for all you do over our children in the just concluded session. We pray the Lord reward you massively. And the school will keep growing in Jesus name.”

Another parent, James Emmanuel said “Appreciation to all the teachers for the great impact on my children. Thank you all and God bless you. Please keep up the good work. Not forgetting, thank you for the gifts. I really appreciate.”

Mrs Olawoyin, in her own words, stated that “I was indeed overwhelmed at the children’s presentation. The same set of children participated in several activities which means they have to memorize a whole lot. Wow! It was indeed a good one. God bless and preserve our teachers. We love and appreciate you. Thanks and God bless Embassy Academy.”

The school’s Administrative Officer, Folake Adeyeye; Head Teacher —Mrs Olaseni Grace, Mrs Bamidele Olaide, Mrs Atayero Adelola and Miss Trust were the brains behind the epoch-making event. 

Embassy Academy, which uses Montessori teaching method, is currently open for admission into crèche, nursery and primary classes. 

The school’s core values are love, tolerance, Godly character and excellence. 

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