Enugu Starts School For Student On Radio Because of Lockdown
In other to ameliorate the drastic effect of the novel coronavirus on education in Enugu state, the Enugu state Government has now kicked start a daily school programme on radio for her students.
This new development is in conjunction with the support of the Radio Nigeria Enugu.
This was made known by the Executive Chairman, Post Primary School Management Board, PPSMB Enugu, Barr. Nestor Ezeme, the programme is scheduled as follows:
(i) Secondary School Classes begins on 14th April 2020, 5-6pm and will continue every week day, Monday to Friday till Tuesday 28th April 2020.
(ii) Primary School Classes begins on Tuesday 21st April till Tuesday 5th May 2020, Time 11am to noon daily. It is also available on social media platform @ Enugu Radio School.
Parents are advised to use the golden opportunity to ensure that their children and wards learn during Covid-19 lockdown imposed by the government.
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