Back in March, our student Temisola Olajide bagged the first runner-up prize in the Association of International Schools Educators in Nigeria (AISEN) public speaking competition. Now in October, some sets of our students have won the first prize and the first runner-up prize in the association’s debate competition.
In the elementary category of the competition, Oyewunmi Diya and Anjolaoluwatikiitan Ashade of our Lekki campus took the first position in the debate on whether parents should determine the career of their children. Our representatives for the secondary school (KS 3) category are Nathan Adeola, Sabrina Usi- Osewege, and Munachimso Anazodo, and the team finished with the first runner-up position after debating on the topic titled Should All People Become Vegetarian?
The secondary school (KS 3) team, made up of Imarhia Guobadia, Dadeoluwamu Adeniyi, and Uwadiae Guobadia, also won the first position in the debate titled Is Nationalism Beneficial or Dangerous in the Context of Globalism?
Congratulations to these students!