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Queens College student emerges winner of LCCI essay competition

Winners have emerged in the 2019 secondary school essay competition organised by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI).

In the keenly contested essay writing, Nnachi Grace of Queens College, Yaba, Lagos emerged  first with 85 percent, while the second position was clinched by Ugoezi Esther of the Comprehensive College, Abulegba, Lagos, who scored 82 percent. The third position went to three other students, Charles, Adeniyi Ayinke and Alatise Oluwapamilerinayo with a score of 80 percent.

Other recipients were those who placed 4th to 10th position and 11th to 25th position. Queens College was also awarded the best winning school of the year.

Nnachi, who beat 74 students received N250,000 and other gift items while, Ugoezi got a cash gift of N200,000 as well as gift items. The three students, who placed third position went home with N70,000 each and gift items.

The competition, which is the 4th in the series since its commencement in 2015, with the theme: “Harnessing the potential of ICT for economic development” was organised by the chamber to promote knowledge of Nigeria’s economy among youths.

Speaking on the occasion, President of LCCI, Babatunde Ruwasesaid the choice of this year’s theme was geared towards developing the capacity of the average Nigerian child to understand economic issues, awaken intellectual and entrepreneurial instinct inherent in the students and enhance their contribution to the development of the nation.

He enthused that the gathering to celebrate the hard work and success of the students, was about encouraging the youth to revel in learning and to value it as a key step towards addressing functional education in the country

The chief examiner, Prof. Kayode Olusola, former Dean of Faculty of Agriculture, Lagos State University (LASU) explained that the students were judged based on grammar, context, which is the flow of thought, appropriateness of the introduction to the theme, originality and clarity, coherence and connectivity of the paragraphs, emphasis and use of data, references and conclusion.

Prof Olusola said the essay must be between 450 and 460 words, and that anything short or more, the student was scored zero. He disclosed that 177 schools were invited, but 37 schools participated, while 74 students competed.

Elated Nnachi, who made her school proud said she was happy and fullfilled and advised youths to grab any opportunity to better their lot. She thanked God and advised young people to believe in themselves while they work hard.

High point of the event was the presentation of robotics display by students of Queens and Kings Colleges.

The LCCI boss, who appreciated the time and intellects deployed by the examiners from the Lagos State Ministry of Education, LASU and the private sector to achieve the results,   equally, congratulated the outstanding schools whose students performed excellently in the competition.

He also called on parents/guardians, proprietors, teachers, public and private sector players, and concerned citizens to help to reinvigorate the reading culture in our children.



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Dear Parents, We hope your children enjoyed their holidays. Be reminded that 1st term 2019/2020 academic session resumption is on the 15th of September, 2019 at 10am - 6pm. Any student who fails to resume on the day of resumption should resume on on the 22nd of September, 2020 at 2pm - 6pm.

Kindly ensure that those students with low cut hair cut their hair very low as bushy hair will not be accepted. Also students should return with clean clothes. Thank you. Safe journey.


Dear Parents, 

SS3 students are to resume on Saturday 8th June 2019 between 12 noon and 6pm. Each student should write an undertaking to be of good behaviour. In the undertaking they should include the following

1. That they will dress properly at all times
2. they will attend morning Assemblies.
3. That they will go for meals.
4. That they will clean their dormitories.
5. That they will clean their classrooms.
6. That they will not have contraband(including handsets) in their possession.
7. They will maintain proper school hairstyle
8. They will go to the examination hall/venue on time.
9. They will obey the instructions of the teachers and NECO supervisors.
10. They will not bully,beat or fag any student.
11. They will not engage in examination malpractice
12. They will not break bounds.
13. They will not vandalize school property.
14. They will be at the right place at the right time.
15.They will observe lights out.
16. That they will conduct themselves in a proper and seemly manner at all school functions.

Undertakings must be signed by the student and co signed by the parents.
Please counsel your children to be well behaved as they resume for the last lap of their studies in QC. Let them always conduct themselves in a manner worthy of queens.
You are also reminded to settle all outstanding fees before resumption. 
We wish all SS3 students success in their NECOSSCE.
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N:B Attached to this message is a link to download and print a copy of this letter of undertaking.



Dear Parents, JS3 students will be writing their last BECE paper on Friday 10/5/19 by the grace of God.We thank God for the successful completion of their JSS. We also congratulate you on your seeing your children through their Junior Secondary School. We pray God will provide everything you need to see them through their Senior Secondary School education & beyond. 

The JS3 students will be released from school on Sat. 11/5/19 by 10am. Thank you.QC Mgt.

We’re committed to moulding pupils for development

Relying on its vision of producing generation of women who will excel, compete globally and contribute meaningfully to nation building.

The Director and Principal of Queen’s College, Lagos, Dr. Mrs Tokunbo Yakubu-Oyinloye has reiterated the commitment of the school to sustaining excellence in girls’ education.

Speaking on Thursday at the 57th Annual Inter House Athletics Competition of the School, she said “the school will never rest on its oars in ensuring that our girls are moulded for all-round development”

“Queen’s College as I am sure you are all aware is the flagship for girls’ education in Nigeria.

“Established in 1927, the college has made giant strides in preparing and moulding young girls into queens who are academically excellent, physically fit and morally upright.

“Our queens are making their marks in various areas of life both within the country and outside. Truly the story of Nigeria and its education cannot be told without Queen’s College.”

Speaking further, Yakubu-Oyinloye stated; “the school believes in the maxim, a sound mind in a sound body, we believe in the all-round development of our girls and in developing their talents, potentials and creative abilities. This is what we are committed to and we shall never leave any stone unturned in ensuring that.

Also speaking at the event which took place at the College’s sports ground, the representative of the Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwukah, Director, Basic and Secondary Education, Federal Ministry of Education, Dr. Lami Amodu expressed the government’s commitment to all-round development of every pupil.

“The government have put in place adequate policy that will ensure that the pupils are developed in all areas of life.

“The school curriculum has provisions for activities that encourage development of skills and talents of the pupils, in this regard; sports development plays a crucial and profound role.” She said.

In the same vein, the chairman of the occasion, the Chief Executive, New Horizons Systems Solutions, Mr. Tim Akano advocated for right mentoring of every child.

According to him; “the world is currently a global village where our children are competing with the rest of the world, therefore, we must put them in the right mind to be compatible with the today’s world of information technology.”

Meanwhile the Head Girl of the College, Gloria Akinsaya also expressed the appreciation of the students to the school authority for giving them enabling environment to develop their talents.

“On behalf of my fellow students I thank the school management for organising a very great sports event. We are very happy to be part of the school and what we learn here will forever live with us.” She said.

The school which have produced notable sports women like Manu Uche who represented the country in Germany, Kenika Lola who was an African Junior Champion in Tennis, Somito Okpegbue who represented the country in African Youth Chess Championship 2015 in Zambia and Oluyisola-Abiola Gold who also represented the country in Chess game at the African Youth Championship 2016 in South Africa has this year’s Inter House Athletics Competition won by Obi House who had 15 Gold, 10 Silver and 10 Bronze medals to beat Efunjoke House who had 10 Gold, 12 Silver and 6 Bronze medals and Obong House who had 7 Gold, 7 Silver and 6 Bronze medals to second and third positions respectively,  while Emotan House, with 4 Gold, 7 Silver and 5 Bronze medals,  Obasa House with 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 9 Bronze medals and Danfodio House with 2 Gold, 2 Silver and 4 Bronze medals came third, fourth and with respectively.

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