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When Utol Schools marked World Book Day


Utol schools celebrates World Book Day

By Timeyin Mammah


Utol schools recently held an event within its premises in Arepo, Ogun State to mark World Book Day. The event was in a bid to promote the reading culture among its students. Parents left their various workplaces and came with their children to mark the event.

The event was organised by Achievers Educational Services.

The event started with a book reading read by Mrs. Funke Adeniji of Achievers Educational Services. She read from a book called ‘Responsibility.’

The book was set in the 19th century French society. True to the spirit of the day, parents and their kids were dressed in French wears such as ball dresses and suits.

There was also a brief dancing window in which the students of UTOL schools were asked to dance to popular French songs.

Parents and their children were given the opportunity to brainstorm, answer questions and pick out key values and lessons learnt from the text read. Values like honesty, contentment and responsibility were learnt.

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