Puzzlextra Limited is thrilled to announce our first 21 Exemplar 21st Century Learning Schools in Nigeria.
We advocate for 21st century readiness for every student, just under a year of introducing this learning style in Nigeria, we are proud to name our first 21 schools in 4 major towns in Nigeria.
Puzzlextra have collaborated with these schools and have established a working relations with either one or a combination of our products and services listed below
- Puzzle challenge club (PCC)
- A puzzle challenge workshop (PCW)
- 21st Century Teachers training
- Core curriculum Events– week (Science, maths, literacy etc)
- Extra-Curricular or Library update
We have chosen our first 21 just to coincide with our 21st century learning platform and we will be celebrating all schools which sign up in groups of 21 as we continue to grow and works in more schools across the country.
At these schools, we work with both Staff and students’ to transfer their learning and improve their academic performance by incorporating our skills for life curriculum. This curriculum has 6 main areas, 4 out of these areas are not delivered in today’s school environment but are required in today’s employers’ market. These areas are:
Logic, Strategy, Team building, Maths, Literacy & Critical Thinking
The 21 exemplars schools represent a wide range of learning environments, instructional frameworks and school cultures, reflecting the diverse settings in which the Puzzlextra can contribute to both updating teachers teaching skills & student success. In no particular order below is a list of schools we currently collaborate with:
1. PANAF Schools
2. Hakda International School
1. Abiola International school
2. Childville School
3. Amville School
1. Solid Base
2. Prime Academy
3. Good Hope Stars School
4. Evergreen Montessori
5. Early Dew Montessori
1. Esteem int’l school
2. Baliz trust school
3. Redeemer Teap
4. Famaks school
5. Abigail school
6. Lightway Academy
7. Florence Ake-Akodu
8. Rightway Academy
9. Queen Esther school
10. Covenant Foundation
11. American International School
We are thrilled to share what’s working in education through the stories of these tremendous schools, these exemplars show how dedicated, accomplished educators and school’s administrators and leaders are creating 21st century learning environments to prepare their students for college, career and life success.
We hope that interested teachers and school leaders will find ideas and inspiration for helping students build 21st century skills through our 21st Century learning platforms, products and services.
Puzzlextra wants to extend this good work and we are always looking to partner with schools to ensure no African child is left behind.
About Puzzlextra Limited
We are an edutainment company working with an aim to develop critical thinking skills and cognitive abilities in school learners of all ages.
Our aim is to work with the educational/academic institutions to create platforms where children can learn and be challenged differently but in an overall relaxed, stimulating and engaging way. We believe we are the first company in Nigeria to offer coordinated support to the basic educational journeys of our children by helping them to achieve their potential through play – using educational puzzles, strategy games and unique learning resources.
While leading private schools are in partnership with us and adopting this approach to learning, Puzzlextra advocates for local, state and federal schools to join in and support this approach in every school, where we use our unique range of educational puzzles, board games and resources.
We invite and work with schools and educational institutions across the country to create platforms that support the educational journey of the African student through curriculum based coordinated and competitive fun-filled activities.
We are open to sponsors both private and government initiatives, as our products and services will fit company’s corporate social responsibilities (CSR) criteria. Last year, we partnered with LEPA Africa on their creativity secession and also participated in COWBELL summer holiday program in the East.
“We believe that education would be much more effective if its purpose was to ensure that by the time they leave school, every boy and girl should know how much they do not know, and be imbued with a lifelong desire to know it”. – William Haley
School administrators, we know you are providing excellent service to your kids but let’s challenge you and your staff to think about what and how we think and s-t-r-e-t-c-h to new ways of knowing, For further details or enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us,
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