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Lagos releases resumption guideline for 2021/2022 academic session

Lagos SUBEB spent over N 1.94bn on basic education intervention in three years

The Lagos State government on Tuesday announced resumption guidelines for the 2021 to 2022 academic session for public and private schools across the state.

Schools, according to the guidelines, are expected to resume on September 13, while for Model Colleges and Upgraded Schools students are to resume in batches from September 19.

The staggered resumption dates for various classes is to give room for the students involved in the ongoing external West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) that ends October 6.

A statement signed by Folasade Adefisayo, the state commissioner for education, said that the measure will create enabling environment for the examinations. Adefisayo stated that all schools are expected to resume on September 13, while students of Model Colleges and Upgraded Schools would be required to resume in batches from September 19.

“Boarders in Model Colleges and Upgraded Schools, as well as SS2 students seeking placement into SS3 class are expected to resume on Sept. 19.

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“The revision for the classes will run from Sept. 20th to 26th while promotion examination to SS3 class will start from September 27 to October 8.

“The newly admitted JS1 students into Model Colleges and Upgraded Schools are to resume on Oct.2, for a one-week orientation programme to intimate them on secondary school structure and modalities,” she said.

The commissioner noted that other returning students in JS2, JS3, SS1 and the newly transited SS2 in the various Model Colleges and Upgraded Schools were to resume on October 9, while classes for the students will begin on October. 11,

She added that another reason was that the schools cannot accommodate seven sets at once in the boarding system.

She, therefore, appealed to parents to abide by the new development for a smooth academic session, just as she implored the students to be more diligent and devote more time to their studies.