Founder, the Supreme Education Foundation School, Mrs Adenike Adamolekun has said doggedness and tenacity is required to maintain success in school business.
Speaking during the 30th anniversary ceremony of SEF, Adamolekun explained that the road to greatness was the path of braveness.
“Indeed success is not final but the doggedness and tenacity to maintain the status quo is indeed paramount; with so many competitors who will not mind bending standard to gain prowess, we have been able to stand the test of time and brazed the storm against all odds.”
She also said children needed a platform for reformation and transformation.
“Children indeed need an enduring platform for reformation and transformation because there were daring phases and at every stage, I kept being optimistic because I believe that positive thinking is the notion, if I entertained good thoughts, things would work out well. It has been thirty years of success, love, hope, engagement, impartation, change and above all bringing hope to the hopeless,” she said.
Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folashade Adefisayo, also told private school owners at the event that they would do well through delivering on the quality the residents wanted.
Also speaking, the Chief Executive Officer, SEF, Mrs Olubukola Adewuyi, said over the three decades, the school had achieved profound growth due to thoughtful leadership and right partnership.
He said, “It has been thirty years of excellence in commitment to raising the standards of teaching and learning even as we explore the hinterlands of education to ensure no child is left behind.”
Similarly, the chairman, advisory board, SEF, Mr Demola Aladekomo, said, “Supreme is more than a school, it is a movement, it has advanced the teaching profession through transformational leadership, molded lives and produced captains of industries.”