Written by Sarah NEGEDU

FCTA moves LEA Wuye smooth for academic session

Pupils of the Local Education Authority Primary School, Wuye, have been relocated to the LEA primary, Wuse-Zone 6, to avoid disrupting the 2019/2020 academic session.

The director of Universal Basic Education Board, Education Secretariat of the FCTA, Dr. Adamu Noma, said the relocation became necessary following decisions to take possession of the facilities by its owners.

Speaking during his supervision of the pupils movement from Wuye to Wuse, Noma said the school has been operating in a temporary structure of the Federal Government Boys College, Apo and the College decided to take ownership of their facilities hence it's becomes imperative for FCT Administration to intervene and swiftly relocates the pupils without disrupting their academic activities.

He said the new relocation site of LEA primary School, Wuse-zone 6 already has existing 8 blocks of classrooms with offices and toilet facilities where the pupils have now been properly settled down and classes have commenced in earnest.

He said the pupils wellbeing and learning under a conducive academic environment has been the FCT Administration priority hence the prompt intervention where every necessary things needed to avoid academic setbacks and emotional instability has been provided.

Dr Noma explain further that the Board has been shown the school permanent site within the Wuye district and as soon as the formal process is completed and handover to them, development of the site will start immediately.

The Director who was on the spot assessment to monitor the pupils free transportation to the new temporary school site said all arrangements for the sustainability of the school bus system has been put in place as two school buses has been dedicated to the routes to convey the pupils daily.

He urged the parents and guardians of the pupils to cooperate with the Administration by ensuring nothing hinders the pupil’s early resumption adding that.

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