According to David Bromfield, a senior education advisor at London’s Southwark Council, Nigeria’s school curricula might benefit from incorporating British secondary school models.

While attending a two-day skills upscaling training session for principals of public secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State, Bromfield made this proposal while speaking with other school administrators. The workshop was organized by the state government in collaboration with the United Kingdom.

Bromfield held a peer review session with the principals to discuss policy and action plan formulation, curriculum inspection, and leadership in education.

The Akwa Ibom Governor and the Mayor of Southwark, London have inked a cooperation for the Education Exchange Programme, which is open to public secondary school students from both countries. The training is reportedly being held in preparation for this program.

The state government has finalized arrangements to send students and instructors who were successful in the selection exams to the United Kingdom for further studies and training, according to Commissioner for Education Mrs. Idongesit Etiebet, who spoke on the initiative.

Speaking about the Akwa Ibom – United Kingdom Education exchange program, she explained that this two-day training event would provide participants with an opportunity to learn about and experience the best practices in education from around the world.

“Leadership in Education, Managing changes towards a contemporary and Comprehensive theory of learning” and other relevant subjects will undoubtedly contribute to the development and execution of effective policies, in my firm belief.

This is for real, folks. We will use this training to propose a plan to the Head of Service for making certain types of teacher and school principal training mandatory.

According to Ini Ememobong, the state’s commissioner for information, the workshop is a first step toward a brighter future for the state’s education system, and additional human resources programs will be put in place to help principals and teachers keep up with the latest scholarship.

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