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  • Prize-giving Ceremony for Class of 2022

    Published 31/07/22

    The 11th set of graduands of Preston International School were on Friday, 25th June celebrated for hard work, determination and discipline as key ingredients for success in their academic endeavour at the Prize giving Ceremony held in the school Chapel with them dressed in their beautiful set-shirts.

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  • Inter-Class Debate Competition - July 2022

    Published 31/07/22

    This term’s inter-class debate competition organised by the languages department under the leadership of Mr. Felix Jegede was one with a difference as our learners fluently delivered their valid arguments with confidence and audience engagement.

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  • Preston Celebrates Her School Choir Members

    Published 01/06/22

    Still in the euphoria of celebrating passion and commitment, the school choir members and their tutors were on Saturday, 21st May celebrated with a dinner buffet by the Directors for their meritorious service through their voices – God’s given talent.

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  • Preston International School Comes First @ Kidscon 2022 - Again

    Published 21/05/22

    Preston has once again distinguished herself as the Champion at the decennial edition of the KIDS CONCERT (KIDSCON) 2022, an annual event organised by Kidscon Multicreation. Competing against over fifty schools who were all gunning for the top spot, Prestonians who were the 2015 and 2021 champions proved once again that they were the school to beat!

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  • Sweet Rewards @ Preston - Garden Party for Top Tenners

    Published 20/05/22

    As part of the directors’ commitment to celebrate diligence, resilience and excellence, the top ten 'stars of the term' in the junior and senior categories with the highest house points for 1st Term, 2021-22 academic session were on Friday 20th of May 2022 treated to a buffet dinner.

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  • MOS National Competition

    Published 02/05/22

    We are thankful to God for an outstanding success recorded over seven of our students who qualified for and participated in the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) competition which took place at Oxbridge College, 49 Sobo Ariobiodu Street, Ikeja, Lagos on the 29th of April, 2022.

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  • Stars of the Week @ PIS (Weeks 5 & 6)

    Published 08/03/22

    PRAISE is one of the six 'P's at Preston International School as our continual recognition of students who do so well at school reinforces their commitment to continue to aspire for excellence in all spheres of school life, whilst challenging others to aspire as well.

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  • 2022 World Book Day

    Published 04/03/22

    Preston International School joined the world yesterday to celebrate the annual world book day aimed at celebrating authors, illustrators and books around the world with the theme - You are a Reader.

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  • 15th Inter-House Sports Competition - 18/02/2022

    Published 22/02/22

    This year’s inter-house sports competition was one with a difference as students, staff members, parents, invited guest as well as our online audience once again enjoyed this electrifying event filled with palpable excitement.

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  • Digital Learning Centre (D.L.C.) Commissioned @ Preston International School 14th Feb 2022

    Published 15/02/22

    Teaching and learning pedagogy was taken to a new level at Preston International School, Akure on Monday 14th February as the school’s super-duper Digital Learning Centre (D.L.C.) was commissioned by Mr Sim Shagaya (CEO and Founder of uLesson Education) duly represented by Mr Oladayo Popoola.

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  • Great Cambridge IGCSE Result

    Published 15/02/22

    Here we go again!

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  • CHRISTMAS CONCERT 2021

    Published 17/12/21

    The theme for this year’s Christmas Concert was ‘Behold The Star’. At exactly 4.00pm on the dot, the concert was streamed live online as parents and friends of the school joined the whole school community who decided to remain in their ‘bubble’ at this time.

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