The homelike quality of our school contributes to a relaxed, focused experience for the child. Our indoor classroom activities are placed on open shelves for selection as interest and readiness inspires the child. Our outdoor environment offers a beautiful developed playground with manipulatives, fields for sports and gardens.
K. Cent Obi
Academic Supervisor, Junior School
Cent Obi hails from Akokwa in Ideato North Local Government Council of Imo State. He obtained his B.A. (Hons.) in English and Literary Studies from Imo State University, Owerri (2001); Master’s Degree in Literature in English from the University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State (2008) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto (2008). He has attended both local and international courses as well as seminars in capacity building and care giving for local and international schools.
Cent Obi is an astute educationist whose wealth of knowledge in academic planning and administration has taken him round the country. He has a teaching experience that spans beyond two decades. And at some point through those years, he had served as a head in a couple of schools. He is a man who believes so much in a holistic formation of youngsters that his fundamental principle – “What is worth doing; is worth doing well”, becomes his constant propeller, especially, the moments when human frailty threatens.
Beside his interest in the formation of children, he is also a successful writer. He has authored two creative works (drama) and one scholarly textbook on Oral English. He is happily married with wonderful kids.
Dr (Mrs) Ngozi C. Onwuachu (JP)
Dr. Ngozi Chinyere Onwuachu (nee Dike) earned a master of Educational Management and Planning degree in 2010 and a honorary doctorate (Honoris Causa) in Educational Management and Planning from Atlas University, Philadelphia in 2014. To advance are professional growth in the fields of educational management and policy and financial management, she attended many professional courses and trainings and obtained numerous professional certificates. To mention but a few: she completed a professional course with ASCON- Administrative Staff College of Nigeria in 2015. She also has Certificate of participation on public procurement and fiscal responsibility for public officers, Certificate of participation on financial management, Certificate of participation on Man Power Planning and Utilization in organizations by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria, Effective School Supervision and Enhancing Classroom Management and Policies that ensures Discipline, Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Essential by the British Council, Strengthening the Capacity Building of Quality Assurance Officers’ for improved service delivery by Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) Abuja, Effective Administrative, Information, Project Planning and Management, Mathematics as a tool for Re-Branding Nigeria by the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN) and Certificate of participation at the 4the National Teachers’ summit Held at NTI Headquarters, Kadnuna.
She has taught in various schools in Anambra State and was the former Head of Department: Planning, Research and Statistics of various Local Government Education Authorities in Anambra State from 1994 – 2011. She has also been a part-time Lecturer at the Department of Educational Administration Institute of Ecumenical Education, affiliate of Enugu State University of Technology (ESUT) Enugu state from 2007 – 2011. She retired on 1st July 2015 from the service of Anambra State Ministry of Education after thirty-five years of active service as the substantive Director Department of Academic Services, Anambra State Universal Basic Education Board (ASUBEB) Awka. Dr. Onwuachu is a recipient of different prizes and awards: Award for Diligence from State Primary Education Board (SPEB) Awka, 1997 and Outstanding Education Secretaries Merit Award from House of Representative Committee on Rural Development, 2014. Her current position in British Spring College from November 2016 till date is School Supervisor.
For Dr. (Mrs) Onwuachu, the most important step a teacher can take to help students develop the intellects of students is to create a positive learning environment by respecting and promoting intellectual diversity. ‘’This not only sets an example for students to follow, but it also allows students to share their ideas openly with other students and the teacher. Respecting and promoting intellectual diversity require a deeper understanding of how diversity manifests inside and outside of the classroom. On the one hand, intellectual diversity manifests itself in the various worldviews that students possess. On the other hand, intellectual diversity manifests itself in the various ways’ students learn. To effectively promote and develop students’ critical thinking skills, both forms of intellectual diversity must be taken into consideration’’.