Authorities of Kidsville Higher Academy Gwagwalada on Saturday graduated 50 pupils and students , where prizes were presented to the deserving ones during the annual speech and prize giving day of the school.
Speaking at the event, the proprietress, Mrs. Asun Oluwayemisi, called on parents in Gwagwalada and environs to enroll their wards in the school just as she pointed out that more innovation would be initiated in the next academic calendar with a view to enhancing the standard of teaching and learning in the school.
She noted that they admit students into creche, pre-nursery 1and 2, transition 1and 2, great classes, JSS 1, 2 and 3, adding that they also offered after school Services.
The educationist further explained that the school had employed the services of qualified teachers with requisite teaching experience and adopted a policy of teacher to pupils ratio aimed at monitoring every child admitted in the school.
She further added that the school has a befitting learning siren learning environment for academic excellence, stressing that the school is a centre for NECO and Educational Research Centre (ERC), BECE examinations.
Meanwhile some parents who bared their minds described the school as one of the best private schools in Gwagwalada even as they appealed to the proprietress to set up more centres in other Area Councils.