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How We Marked the End of 2022/2023 School Year

As the school year drew to a close, we pulled out all the stops to celebrate our incredible staff and the remarkable achievements of the academic year. The school premises were abuzz with excitement as three distinct events — the staff appreciation party by PTA, the annual staff party by HR, and the Director’s Cup by PE department — took centre stage.

Kickstarting the festivities was the staff appreciation party by PTA, and at each campus, the association left no stone unturned in expressing gratitude to the hardworking staff members who had tirelessly guided and nurtured the students throughout the year. The air was filled with laughter, joy, and heartfelt expressions of appreciation as the teachers and staff were showered with love and gifts.

Following the staff appreciation party, our HR department orchestrated a grand annual staff party that brought together staff from all three campuses and Anthos House, our special needs school. The theme for the event was “Reflect, Reconnect, and Rejuvenate,” and it provided staff with an opportunity to unwind, bond, and celebrate their collective achievements. The venue, our Lekki campus, was transformed into a vibrant canvas of colourful adire, and the joyous atmosphere fostered stronger connections among colleagues, creating lasting memories of camaraderie.

Last but not least, we had the highly anticipated final of the Director’s Cup at the Anthony and Lekki campuses. The matches were intense, and the cheers from the spectators echoed through the grounds. At the Lekki campus, the Physical Education department displayed its prowess and emerged victorious in the male category with a 1-0 scoreline. Meanwhile, the female category witnessed a thrilling penalty shoot-out, ultimately crowned by the Elementary/Kitchen department with a well-deserved 3-1 victory.

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One standout player, Mr Emmanuel Orsa from the security department, earned the title of the Most Valuable Player of the competition for his outstanding performance throughout the matches. Not to be outdone, Michael Ojah from the gardening department displayed an impressive talent for scoring goals, becoming the highest goal scorer of the tournament with an impressive tally of 4 goals.

The Physical Education department was also the champion at the Anthony campus, as it dominated the final match with an impressive 5-0 scoreline.

These three remarkable events highlighted our commitment to promoting a healthy work environment that recognizes and appreciates the diverse talents of our staff. Each celebration had its unique charm, yet they all shared a common thread — the spirit of unity that binds Greensprings School together as one big family.