By Zika Bobby

The Lead British School  has taken a proactive stance against bullying by implementing comprehensive bully prevention training for both its teachers and students.

This decision was taken  during a  meeting chaired by the school’s Legal Adviser, Emanuella Sam-Ibrahim, where key initiatives were discussed to uphold the school’s commitment to maintaining high standards and compliance with Teaching Regulation Compliance in Nigeria (TRCN) regulations.

During the meeting, which was attended by the Nigeria Student Ambassador, John Aikeremiokha, it was unanimously agreed that bully prevention training would be undertaken by teachers and students upon the school’s resumption following a brief closure period of three days. The initiative aimed  to create a safe and conducive learning environment that fosters respect, empathy, and inclusivity among all members of the school community.

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As part of the agreement, Aikeremiokha, who is also an approved teacher trainer, will lead the training sessions for teachers, facilitate Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes , and oversee license renewals to ensure compliance with TRCN regulations. His expertise and dedication to promoting best practices in education makes him an invaluable asset in driving positive change within the school.

The decision to prioritise bully prevention training underscores the School’s commitment to nurturing a culture of respect, kindness, and accountability. By proactively addressing bullying behavior and promoting a zero-tolerance policy, the school aims to reassure parents and the public of its unwavering dedication to the well-being and academic success of its students.

“We are fully committed to creating a safe and inclusive learning environment where every student feels valued and respected.Through comprehensive bully prevention training and ongoing support from dedicated professionals like John Aikeremiokha, we are confident in our ability to uphold the highest standards of education and ensure the holistic development of our students.”


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