In spite of the lockdown Raberto Schools is still making strides even globally. Out of thousands of applications from across the country, a student of Raberto Schools was selected to represent Nigeria during the UNESCO Conference on 14th May, 2020.
That the covid19 pandemic has limited the activities of various facets of the world’s economy is no longer news. It is also pertinent to note that the educational sector is the worst hit, not withstanding at Raberto Schools Wuse 2 Abuja, have continued to win because winning is our nature
Amidst the lockdown, the UNESCO called for students and teachers to do a minute video to share their covid19 experience, how they have been coping with teaching and learning and as well reimagine life after the lockdown with the rest of the world. We at Raberto Schools never take things for granted so, we swung into action and our hard work paid off as it has always done.
Here in Nigeria, one of our students, Aisha Bunu’s video clip caught the attention of UNESCO and she was selected to take part in an online insightful Webinar with other individuals of repute from across the globe. To see things for yourself follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7ElolGmxzA&feature=youtu.be
Move to 55 minutes into the webinar to see and hear her if you cannot afford to watch the whole of the webinar video.
Read Aisha’s testimonial below:
“My name is Aisha Bunu and I recently participated in the UNESCO ASPNET webinar on how we reimagine the society after the Pandemic. I am so grateful that I was given such a huge platform to express my ideas, thoughts and opinions on the lockdown and how I reimagine life after it. The webinar was held on the 14th of May, 2020 via zoom and YouTube. The webinar consisted of over 620 members of UNESCO’s Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) from over 80 countries around the world including the Netherlands, Paris, Kenya, Malaysia, China etc. with I being the youngest of them all. It also consisted of several attendees who at the end of the webinar asked their various questions about the lockdown. We all shared our experiences and opinions about how the pandemic would affect us and the future of our education. It was such an amazing experience that I will not forget it in a hurry. Definitely, it was the highlight of my lockdown.”
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