By Justin Imo-owo
A faith based stem institution, At-Tarbiyyah school has debut in Abuja.
The school aims at enhancing the individual intellectual capacity to full limit and ensure an epitome par excellence of exploring into generational learning modules and innovate a modern society has opened in Abuja.
Director of the School, Hayiaya Amina Abubakar, said the secondary school will be inventors reference point in Nigeria in years to come.
Amina who spoke at the opening of the school on Saturday at Katampe District Abuja, said that, “the institution is set to equip our children with the right skills and Islamic moral standards that will make them exceptionally good children from others.”
She said the school which is science based will be preparing student for the 21st century not only in science and technology or skill acquisition for the global economy but also about creativity, cultural awareness, problem solving, Innovation, leadership, responsibility, productivity and accountability.
“The School focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is to nurture every single student up to his her God given potential through strategies and techniques that provide an integration that make the student a balance individual .it also to see that the techniques create inspiring motivation and secure learning environment that will stand out the child. The school curriculum fuses both British and Nigerian, also made provision for coding and robotics which cover general span across cyber security, Mobile application, web application etc,” She added.
Speaking during the opening ceremony, the Special Guest of Honoured and Minister of State for FCT , represented by her special assistant Hon. Yahaya Ibrahim expressed satisfaction with the management of the school, for equipping the school with modern technology and combining academics with morals values, called on parent to send their children to the school.
Also speaking was the chairman of Abuja municipal area Council, Abdullahi Candido, who thanked the management of the school for this giant stride and promised to encourage other investment in quality education like this in the area council.