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Goodly Heritage takes children on excursion

Published by The Nation on Sat, 20 Dec 2014

As part of its vision to expose children to mind developing programmes through out-of school education, and also inculcate in their young minds the need to engage in leisure, relaxation and appreciation of nature, Goodly Heritage International, a non-profit organization is organizing excursions for both primary and secondary school pupils within Lagos and its environs.According to the co-ordinator of the body, Ayodele Smart, the body since 2013 has continued to explore excursion programme tagged out-of-school educational platforms (excursion) as an educational and developmental tool which enhances the learning and exposure of protges.Speaking on a recent excursion , Yinka Oladimeji, the Counsellor General of Goodly Heritage International said these children visited places like, television stations, Badagry Slave Trade Centre and Heritage Museum .According to the coordinator of the group, the experience from the view of both students and teachers has been of great inspiration and excitement. At every excursion is a dawn of paradigm shift that brings to light in details things that have been taught in school and of great importance. This is an all-expense paid educational visit which seeks to further enlighten our protges outside the classroom by bringing the curriculum to life. A well-run school trip is arguably a pupils highlight of their school year, sometimes of their entire school life.Oladimeji said the educational excursion will be a continuous because the group is poised to assist as much as possibly by providing a comprehensive and memorable educational visit.Goodly Heritage Internationals partnership with foreign organizations has gone a long way in achieving the goal of making education exciting .Without the support and kind gestures of our foreign partners; A Ray of Hope, David Tyler Trust and Wellspring Development Initiative, this project wouldnt be possible. They love what we do and by the special grace of God; we shall embark on more developmental projects in the coming year, Oladimeji said.Among the schools that had participated in the programme include Marvelous Light School Ketu, Lagos; Purple Gate Home School and AL-Kitab Kiddies Kottage, Lagos.Smart said the Goodly Heritage International which started in April 2005, is a Christian based Organisation designed to accelerate and accentuate the maturity of its protges in readiness for leadership roles in their various chosen field of strength.GHI was established to incite at an early age, the passion, strength and capabilities inherent in her protges as deposited by their maker. In same manner, we support and mentor our protges to discover themselves early, pursue crafts and careers that ordinarily keep them energized all year round.The post Goodly Heritage takes children on excursion appeared first on The Nation.]]>
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