STEAM WEEK 2021

STEAM WEEK 2021

 

 

 

What is a STEAM WEEK?

Science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) week at Springhall British School is an in house event for students to explore how things work through hands-on projects that are fun, educational and engaging.

STEAM Week enrichment activities are integrated into the school day, tailored for each grade level. Springhall also holds its annual STEM Fair during the week.
 This Year`s STEAM week started with a virtual assembly where we met a farm manager and a food art entrepreneur for DAY 1, this followed with HATS and Food art displays from pupils for day 2. The week ended with Maths competition and Year group science board competition… Winners were awarded with Certificates and congratulated at the the school s virtual assembly by the Head of Primary, MS. Cynthia Eubanks.
We celebrate the staff, pupils and the STEAM week team for making this year`s STEAM WEEK a huge success.
WORLD CANCER DAY 2021

WORLD CANCER DAY 2021

World Cancer Day is an international day marked on February 4 to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. World Cancer Day is led by the Union for International Cancer Control to support the goals of the World Cancer Declaration.

DateThursday, 4 February 2021

Observed by: Springhall British School

ObservancesAwareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention

It is a part of our culture in Springhall British School to create cancer awareness, our students participation this year includes creating of Cancer Awareness Placard, articles on health, well-being and Cancer Prevention. We had in-classes seminars and year group competitions.

We join hands  with the rest of the world to kick off Cancer

We believe “WE CAN”

ICT ROBOTICS/CODING WEEK

ICT ROBOTICS/CODING WEEK

 

Robotics in the classroom helps children and young students with particular requirements to develop their own personal learning experience, accessing information and educational contents through a tailor-made path. Robots can be programmed to suit each individual need.

This week is our Robotic weeks, a competition among-st pupils from all Year groups

Educational robotics strengthen and support students’ skills developing their knowledge through the creation, design, assembly, and operation of robots. Children and young students find it funny and engaging because they feel free to interact directly with both electrical and mechanical processes and procedures.

Well done Team Springhall

NATIONAL DAY

NATIONAL DAY

It is our practice to mark Independence Day in a big way at Springhall British  School. It is indeed a truly remarkable annual celebration for a blessed nation such as ours. You are also aware that since the outbreak of Covid 19, Springhall  British School has worked tirelessly to maintain the normalcy of our curriculum, school practices, and annual calendar events, adapting much of this to our online provision. Therefore we are very happy, as providers of 21st-century learning, to mark our celebration of Nigeria’s 60th independence virtually. 

Independence Day online assembly and celebration presentations Monday 28th September 2020 from 10:30-11:30 am.

the climax of this special event was a drive-through. The climax of the National day celebration held on Wednesday, 30th September 2020 with a drive through the front area of the school. The children were in native attires representing the ethnic group of their Year groups. 

Staff stood in front of the school to receive the children and parents as they drive through.

It was a fantastic and memorable celebration. 

Congratulations to Nigeria at 60

GRADUATING CLASS OF 2019 / 2020

GRADUATING CLASS OF 2019 / 2020

Congratulations to the year 6 Class Of  2019/2020,

We are proud of your efforts and achievements

We celebrate your stepping into a better place.

keep soaring

A CULTURE OF KINDNESS

A CULTURE OF KINDNESS

“WE BELIEVE IN GIVING BACK TO THE LESS PREVILEGED IN OUR SOCIETY!

Today the 27th February 2020, we welcomed a local community school that came to visit Springhall Primary. We held an outdoor singing assembly to welcome them. The first song we sang was “Somewhere only we know” by Lily Aden, the second song was “Count on me” by Bruno Mars, thirdly we sang “Uyo Meyo” by Teni. Our last song of the morning was “Shosholosa” a South African song which means move forward or forge ahead (with the idea of striving for something).

The visiting pupils came to our school to see our environment, observe how the teachers teach and the different subjects we learn.

As they walked into our school premises and joined our assembly, we clapped our hands to welcome them. After the singing, their teachers visited our classrooms with Miss Cynthia our Head of Primary who introduced our teachers and other staff to the visitors.

From my observation, they looked very neat and organised but I think they may require good desks and chairs, also some black boards and others in their classrooms.

By Roselyn. Year 5