Staff and Organisation - KingsPark College

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Staff and Organisation

About Us
The school acticities is managed by experienced university  graduates and active educationists;
Mrs Adewuyi - BSc Hons.  Principal and fully supported by:
Mr Micheal  BA Hons.  VP Academics
Mrs Ireti BA Hons. Head of Art Classes
Mr Lateef BSc Hons. Head of Sciences

Academic/Teaching Staff
The current 30-member academic/teaching staff,who take charge of the academic activities in the school, consists mainly of professionally-trained university graduate teachers whose areas of specialization cover the subjects on the approved Nigerian national curriculum. The teachers are regularly trained and retrained through workshops and seminars organized within and outside the school.

Non-Academic Staff
Our non-teaching support staff complements the work and efforts of the administrators and teachers who try to work in a cordial relationship and environment.

The PTA and the school Administrators serve the school in advisory capacity while providing the required finances, school needs and offer the necessary supervision.
General school rules, which guide both staff and students, are documented in the Staff and Students’ Manuals, respectively. These are distributed to all members of the school community to enable them read and become conversant with them in order to comply with these accordingly. In addition to these school rules, teachers, other staff members and students have their professional codes of conduct and staff conditions of service to guide every their behavior. Appropriate rewards and disciplinary measures are employed to enhance good behavior and sanction unacceptable conduct when necessary. A qualified Guidance Counsellor is always at hand to give the necessary character, career and academic guidance to both staff and students.

The PTA , the Proprietors serve the school in advisory capacity while also providing some required supplies and the necessary supervision. The students also have their student leaders who help the school administration to guide the students in what is expected of them.
In addition, each section of the whole school community has its code of conduct to guide their behaviour. Appropriate rewards and disciplinary measures are employed to suit every circumstance.

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