POLICE CHILDREN SCHOOL III, IKOT ENEOBONG HOLDS MAIDEN PASSING OUT PARADE ON 16TH JULY, 2021 IN CALABAR.

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By: AMAWU, Cletus Albert Amawu.
The Police Children School III (PCS), Ikot Eneobong, 8 Miles, Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, under the auspices of the Nigeria Police Force Education, holds her Maiden Passing Out Parade (POP)/Prize Giving Ceremony on July 16, 2021, at the Cross River State Basin Development Authority Sport Field, 8 Miles, Calabar.
Mr. Tokuta F. Timi, Head Teacher, speaking to newsmen in his office, explained that, “it’s traditional for all Schools under the Nigeria Police Force Education, to observe Passing-Out Parade for her graduating students across board. It’s fun watching the children matching just like the Police Force and it’s precision.
“I want to use this opportunity to inform parents and guardians to avail themselves of the prospect the School offer to come register their children and wards from September, 2021, when we shall commenced next academic calendar. We offer Crèche, Nursery and Primary Services and it’s a Co-Education and the serene and safe location of the School, makes for conducive learning.
“The beauty of the Police Children School is that, it’s the partway to the prestigious Police University (Academy), Kano, and tuition free. And upon graduation, they’ll become Cadet Police Officers.
“Our Staffers are the most qualified. Hence, the Nigeria Police Force Education Unit oversees the total running of the Schools nationwide. Our standard is best to none.”
According to Mr. Timi, “despite our standard, the school fees is affordable and the School is open to both military personnel and their civilian counterparts.
“The performances of our pupils and students in external examinations gives credence and attest to our scholarly curriculum.
“We also excel in extracurricular activities as well,” he concluded.

Amawu Cletus Albert Amawu

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