This week, Rufus Okocha, a Grade 9 student, has been selected as the Gold Star Pupil of the Week. His selection was as a result of his contributions and brilliant representation of GIS in the just concluded AISEN Inter-School Mathematics quiz competition held in Lagos.
The names are as follows: 1. Grade One- Hephzibah Ite for her diligent work in class, respectful behaviour and punctuality. 2. Grade Two- Onwusika Mmesoma for her good behavior, punctuality, outstanding academic performance and good work presentation. 3. Grade Three- Orukwo Lemuel for his punctuality, neatness, outstanding performance and good behaviour. 4. Grade Four- David more »
On Saturday, 9th March 2013, GIS took part in the “AISEN 2013 Inter-School Debate Competition” held in Corona school, Gbagada, Lagos State. Ten schools participated in the debate, some of them being- Day Waterman College Abiokuta, Corona International School Lagos, Childville International School Lagos, Olashore International School Osun, Meadow Hall School Lagos, Temple School Lagos more »
This week, the GIS Secondary, Gold Star Pupil of the Week is Karl Nkadi, (Grade 10). This selection was based on his effective and efficient representation of the school in the recent inter- school debate competition held last week in Lagos. Keep up the great work Karl!
Today’s world is inundated with technology. Students of this generation zip and zoom through the World Wide Web. They have embraced a new era, The Digital Age. Students of this new era have been dubbed the “Digital Kids” and they rule the classroom. This age of technology has caught many a teacher off guard, however more »
This week, GIS Primary would like to applaud the following for being selected as Rising Stars of the Week- 1. Grade One: Eromosele Odanlumen for his effective class participation, being a good team member and his willingness to learn. 2. Grade Two: Ndubisi Munachimso for his good work presentation and commendable behaviour. 3. Grade Three: more »
This week, the Gold Star Pupil of the Week from GIS Secondary is Mega Okoloko. This selection was based on his hard work, commitment, obedience and outstanding project work. GIS would like to congratulate Mega and hopes he continues to be a source of inspiration for all GIS pupils!
This week GIS Primary would like to commend the following pupils for their impressive efforts- Grade one: David Uzor for his diligent at work and being a good team player. Grade two: Edward Ogbalor for good beviour and his perseverance. Grade three: Ariyo Joan for her neatness, good class control whilst being Prefect and her outstanding more »
Today, it’s time to turn the attention onto the teachers. The power of a teacher should never be underestimated, yes it is part of their job to teach children and to bring the best out of them both on an educational and personal level, but teachers should be well aware that their behaviour and words more »
This week Ms Tobechi Dimpka (from GIS Secondary, Grade 8) has been chosen as the Gold Star Pupil of the Week. This selection was based on her academic performance, neatness, behavior, courtesy and hard work. GIS applauds Tobechi for her commendable efforts and hope she continues to be a source of inspiration for all members of GIS.
GIS’s Science Week starts today and lasts for a week (25th February to 1st March 2013). GIS Science Week is an internal event done by both the Primary and Secondary school. The activities of the program include a Science exhibition, quiz competition, knowledge harvest, science games competition and more. Science week is also a time more »
Today GIS Primary has its Modern Foreign Language Day. This is an event for the school to celebrate the different foreign languages shared by the members of the school community. In GIS, its members of staff hail from all over the world like Ghana, Greece, Lebanon, Russia, Spain and India. On Modern Foreign Language Day, more »
‘Discipline your child so a prison guard won’t have to do so later’. I read this statement in a newspaper recently and the message it brought across made me smile in agreement. Whatever the age of your child, it’s important to be consistent when it comes to discipline. If parents don’t stick to the rules more »
This week Ms Nadin Saimua, a Grade 8 female student has been chosen as the Gold Star Pupil of the week. She was selected due to her excellent academic performance, neatness, behavior, courtesy and hard work. Congratulation Nadin, GIS hopes you continue in this admirable fashion and that your efforts will be a source of inspiration for all.