INTRODUCTION

• This activity was borne out of desire to underscore the
importance of proper education funding as well as
students having first hand information of education
realities of poor communities or students within major
cities. About 80 students were involved in this activity
from Year 7 and 11.
• Students worked in small groups to compare budget
allocations and education systems in Shanghai-China,
Singapore, Hong Kong, Finland, United Kingdom, South
Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. The
students also investigated how budgets, policies and
politics affect the quality of education in these regions.
Their works were presented in simple statistical charts
and PowerPoint slides.
CIVIC AND SOCIAL STUDIES YEAR 7 IS
QUALITY EDUCATION A HUMAN RIGHT
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• https://youtu.be/Q99FZqkfS84

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CURRICULUM BASED TEACHINGHOW QUALITY
EDUCATION ALLEVIATES POVERTY.
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• https://youtu.be/djJZfpVW93s

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SUB-ACTIVITY 1

YEAR 7 CIVICS AND SOCIAL STUDIES
STUDENTS MAKING PRESENTATIONS ON QUALITY EDUCATION AS A HUMAN RIGHT IN
SMALL GROUPS
SUB-ACTIVITY 1
YEAR 7 CIVICS AND SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER WORKING
WITH STUDENTS IN SMALL GROUPS
ECONOMIC CLASS STUDENTS LEARNT TO
DRAW ALL KINDS OF CHART ON
MICOSOFT EXCEL
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• https://youtu.be/Nx3yDhW6lr4

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BUDGET CLASS AND CHARTS FOR
GROUP PRESENTATION
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https://youtu.be/WhfkAzk3vFo

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lbums/with/72157685561956873
SUB-ACTIVITY 1
BUDGET PRESENTATION
STUDENTS EXPLAINING Education budget for
2015-2017 for seven countries presented in a
component bar chart
SUB-ACTIVITY 1
BUDGET PRESENTATION
STUDENTS EXPLAINING BUDGETS OF COUNTRIES IN A COMPONENT
BAR CHAT
SUB-ACTIVITY 1
BUDGET PRESENTATION IN SMALL GROUPS
BUDGET ANALYSIS WITH ANALYSIS WITH PIECHAT SHOWING
HISTOGRAM EDUCATION BUDGET OF SEVEN COUNTRIES
SUB-ACTIVITY 1
BUDGET PRESENTATION
SMALL GROUPS PRESENTATIONS AND AUDIENCE FEED BACK
SUB-ACTIVITY 1
BUDGET PRESENTATION
AUDIENCE FEEDBACK SESSION
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITY
PRESENTATION OF EDUCATION POSTERS
VIDEO OF EDUCATION
POSTERS.
• For the above titled video, see link:
• https://youtu.be/d3JyPbpNv6Q

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FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITY
PRESENTATION OF EDUCATION POSTERS
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITY
PRESENTATION OF EDUCATION POSTERS
SUB-ACTIVITY 2 OUR ARRIVAL
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO
KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
The following slides shows evidence
of students visit KEN-ADE SCHOOL in
the suburb area of Makoko, Lagos.
Our students interacted with children
in very poor schools located
there.Apanel made up of six students
from both schools was assembled to SETTING THE AGENDA
look at impact of poor funding on
quality of education They had first
hand experience of the role access to
quality education plays in ending the
poverty cycle. S.E.F. students
compared conditions in Makoko with
conditions in their own school in a
video.
SUB-ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
ANCHOR OF THE PANEL OF
PANEL OF DISCUSSANT DISCUSSANT
EDUCATION TRIP TO KEN ADE
SCHOOL MAKOKO LAGOS
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• https://youtu.be/uhzKZ75bQXU

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SUPREME STUDENT INTERVIEW STAFF
AND PROPRIETOR KEN ADE SCHOOL
MAKOKO LAGOS
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https://youtu.be/r8r2qO_io80

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4/albums/with/72157685561956873
SUB-ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
BOLU JEGEDE A PANELIST KHALILAH ADETULA A PANELIST
MAKING HER POINT MAKING HER POINT
SUB-ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
ANJOLA A PANELIST MAKING HIS AKIN-ADE PANELIST MAKING HIS
POINT POINT
SUB-ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
PANELIST FROM KEN-ADE ADDRESS PANELIST FROM KEN-ADE ADDRESS CROSS
CROSS SECTION OF STUDENTS SECTION OF STUDENTS
ACTIVITY 2
AUDIENCE FEEDBACK PRESENTATION
KEN-ADE STUDENT PUTTING THE OGIEVA VANESSA GIVES HER
PANEL TO TASK WITH HIS FEEDBACK FEEDBACK ON THE SUBJECT
ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
PROPIETOR ADDRESS CROSS PRINCIPAL AND TEACHERS ADDRESS
SECTION OF STUDENTS CROSS SECTION OF STUDENTS
ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
STUDENTS GROUP INTERACTION/ INTERVIEW.
S.E.F. students got first hand information on the plight of students in poorly funded
schools as well as communities with less access to education
ACTIVITY 2
PRESENTATION ON TRIP TO KEN-ADE PRIVATE SCHOOL
S.E.F. STUDENTS INTERVIEWERS ENGAGES THE
PRINCIPAL AND TEACHERS OF KEN-ADE PRIVATE
SCHOOL
ASSEMBLY PRESENTATION AND
FEEDBACK VIDEO
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• https://youtu.be/jbKMKI_6w4c

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STUDENTS COMPARING EDUCATION SYSTEMS
OF GHANA, HONG KONG AND SINGAPORE.

• For the above titled video, see link:
• https://youtu.be/A6C2pqiYsyg

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N04/albums/with/72157685561956873
DATA PRESENTATION OF BUDGETS,
GDP AND PER CAPITA
• For the above titled video, see link:
• https://youtu.be/kmFvRe5PEmM

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• https://www.flickr.com/photos/154045882@
N04/albums/with/72157685561956873
COMPARISON VIDEO OF SEF AND
KEN ADE SCHOOL.

For the above titled video, see link:

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CONCLUSION
• Education is the bedrock of development. Students with access to
quality education are placed on better pedestal to compete as
global citizens in a fast evolving world.

• Our take home in S.E.F. from this project is a rude realization of the
ever expanding gap between children of poor communities with
little or no access to education and children of the rich with all the
opportunities and exposure to the point that they do not believe
that people in such squalor and backwardness actually exist.

• We hope our recommendations for improved funding of Nigerians
educational systems will be a great contribution to humanity.