Our Teacher Made Top 60 in Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Award

Out of the nominated 7,000 teachers from 113 countries in this year’s Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Award, our Chemistry teacher Mr Lanre Oguntoye has emerged in the top 60. This award serves as a global recognition for him, having received national honours as Lagos state champion of Maltina Teacher of the Year 2021 and Meadow Hall Foundation’s Inspirational Teacher of the Year 2019.

Dedicated Teacher

To get the award, our Anthony campus current Head Girl, Emmanuella Ilok, nominated him, and in her nomination video sent to Cambridge University Press & Assessment, the organizer of the award, she spoke about Mr Oguntoye’s ability to break down complex Chemistry concepts into bits of knowledge easy to understand.

In addition to that, she revealed how he has been her support system, influenced her interest in Chemistry at A-Level, and how the teacher always ensures all students are carried along when teaching. She also talked about how Mr Oguntoye is contributing to the expansion of Chemistry knowledge beyond Greensprings through his YouTube channels and other online platforms.

The Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Awards is a global competition in which primary and secondary teachers are recognised for something wonderful they have done. Nominations are submitted by pupil, parent, or fellow teacher, and the quality of nominations is determined based on four criteria: Going above and beyond; fantastic pastoral care; making the ordinary, extraordinary; and opening up the world.

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