Foundation rewards teachers with cash

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Meadow Hall Foundation has reiterated its commitment to encouraging teachers by rewarding their sweat therefore encouraging them to do more.

Its Head, Mrs. Kemi Adewoye, announced this during the second edition of the foundation’s Inspirational Educator Awards (INSEA) in Lagos.

Meadow Hall Foundation was established in May 2009 as the corporate social responsibility arm of Meadow Hall Schools to support communities, public schools, pupils and teachers through various developmental initiatives and human capacity development programmes. Similarly, INSEA is an award ceremony aimed at elevating the teaching profession and motivating teachers and school leaders towards excellence.

She said: “Meadow Hall Foundations pays attention to teacher training, development and rewards because here, we believe that students are mostly influenced by their teachers. Hence, a happy, well-trained and inspired teacher would go a long way in affecting the lives of the students in their care.

“Meadow Hall Foundation believes that these awards will go a long way in rewarding the hard work of exceptional teachers and in inspiring others to do better.”

Olufemi Folaponmile of Aduvie International School, Abuja emerged the Inspirational School Leader of the year with a N2,000,000 cheque. Chioma Akin-Adekeye of Preserved Generation Schools, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos who was first runner up in same category, clichéd N750,000. Similarly, Kikelomo Usilo of Ifesowapo/Aboru Senior Secondary School, Lagos, and Olalekan Ademola Adeeko of Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, Ogun State, went home with N750,000 each for emerging Inspirational Teacher of the year.

Chairman of Meadow Hall Foundation’s Board Sir Demola Aladekomo, recalled that the foundation opened an online platform through which interested members of the public could vote in teachers and school leaders they considered outstanding in their duty.



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