Helping Your Child Conquer the New School Year

From adjusting into higher classes to managing bullies, knowing how to handle emergencies, and more, this article is your personal guide to an awesome new school year.

Make this new school year count for your child by getting them ready (body and mind) for the new routines that come with the session. From adjusting into higher classes to managing bullies, knowing how to handle emergencies, and more, this article is your personal guide to an awesome new school year.

Get Ahead of the Fees, Before the School Year Starts

If you are worried about how to pay your child’s school fees this new session, relax! We have the solution – School Fees Advance. You can get up to N5 Million School Fees Advance for your child. See details HERE.

A Welcome Back Treat: A Smart Move on the First Day of School

Everyone likes little treats. Sending your child to school with little goodies for the other students in class is a good way to help break the ice and encourage your child to make new friends. For ideas on some Welcome Back treats, click HERE.

How to Get your Children back into their School Routine

Going back to school after a long summer break may sometimes be a drag for your child. However, we have a list of things that will help your child transition smoothly from holiday mode to school mode. Click HERE to read.

Has Your Child Taken the Pledge to Prevent Bullying?

Encourage your child to take the anti-bullying pledge today! Join other parents in the fight against bullying and instil a sense of responsibility in your child. To learn more, click HERE.

Does your Child Know Social Media Etiquette?

As a parent, what your child does in public, including on social media, is your responsibility. If your child is a social media user, we recommend this short guide on how to use social media properly. Click HERE to read.

Important Things Your Child Needs to Know In Case of an Emergency

What would your child do in case of an emergency? Would your child know how to find home if he or she got lost? This article highlights different emergency scenarios and how your kids can stay safe. Click HERE to read.