Back to School Safety Tips
Jan12

Back to School Safety Tips

This post was first published on 24th September, 2016. I have edited it, updated it, added more info and access to a 5-day email course and republished it! I initally started this 7-day challenge titled BACK TO SCHOOL SAFETY TIPS on my Facebook group called CHILD & SCHOOL SAFETY in 2016. It now serves as a termly reminder just as schools resume for a new term. It also forms part of a service/product I provide called BACK TO SCHOOL...

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Recover from health and safety failings: Safety tips for schools
Jul06

Recover from health and safety failings: Safety tips for schools

BY NOW THE NEAR-POISONING/ACID ATTACK BY A 12-YEAR OLD AT A SCHOOL IN LAGOS SHOULD BE OLD GIST. DESPITE THIS, MANY STILL REFER TO THEM WHEN TALKING ABOUT SCHOOL SAFETY FAILINGS. Yes that is what happens when the misfortune of health and safety failings fall on you. Do you want to be a reference for bad and ugly things? Can your business survive that? Let’s face it, health and safety failings can break a school and ruin its...

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Lekki British School Saga: What would you have done?
Jun30

Lekki British School Saga: What would you have done?

LEKKI BRITISH SCHOOL POISONING ATTEMPT HAS GOT NEARLY EVERYONE JUDGING AND CURSING! A few weeks ago, I shared the sad true life tale of a 3 year old boy found hanged and dead in his school’s toilet. Nobody could tell how this happened. Quickly as with most news, this sad occurrence was quickly forgotten, schools didn’t learn from it – after all it didn’t happen in their school and God forbid, it can never...

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How not to be like Queens College
Apr04

How not to be like Queens College

Schools should be a safe place for children. However, with the recent epidemic at Queens College which left over a thousand students ill, 3 dead with many of them admitted in various hospitals in the country, one is left to wonder why an institution with such “supposed” grace and permit me to say, now living on past glory could fail their students and parents. Queens College recently came under critical observation when two of her...

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Debunking a huge misconception about road safety
Feb26

Debunking a huge misconception about road safety

Yesterday (25th February, 2017), I discovered a huge misconception about road safety and crossing roads. Infact I had the misfortune of seeing a tweet on road safety and kids that I didn’t agree with. In my very unusual fashion, I was quick to call the tweeter to order but it didn’t go down well. I call it unusual because on social media I try to keep a low profile and respect people’s opinion. I poked my nose into...

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