Landmark College, Ikorodu celebrated its staff in commemorate of this year's Teachers' Day celebration.
The elegant celebration was held in the school hall on Wednesday October 5, 2022.
Declaring the event open, the school Principal, Mr Sanni, J.A, appreciated the concerted efforts of all the staff in the college.
He stated that teaching is a thankless job, stressing that only God can appreciate the commitment of teachers.
"This is a profession that modes children's lives. The teachers determine the future of the children. This is the more reason it is an invaluable profession," the principal said.
He encouraged both the teaching and non teaching staff to remain committed and focused, assuring them of divine blessings at all times.
The college CEO and Chairman, Mr Isiaka Oyebamiji, noted that teaching is the mother of all professions.
While urging the teachers to intensify their commitment to quality pedagogic services, the chairman affirmed that "teachers are the reason why other professionals prosper."
"Teachers make sure that the children achieve their life's aspirations through care, commitment and quality delivery," the chairman stated.
He, however, maintained that the immense contributions of the non teaching staff should be appreciated.
"Though today's celebration is for teachers only, the non-teaching staff are playing a vital role. So, we tag the annual celebration 'Staff Appreciation Day'," the CEO explained.
"The staff of Landmark College are doing well."
In her address, the college Chairman, Sub-Educational Committee of the Board, Mrs Margret Ademosu, appreciated the efforts of the teachers.
Citing Mr Oyebamiji as a good case study, she encouraged the teachers to double their commitment.
She took the teachers through the memory lane, stressing that the CEO was once a maths teacher under her supervision.
"This life changes. Only God knows what one becomes tomorrow. Whatever you do today determines your future. This is the reason we should be committed to what do to change the life of children under our care," Mrs Ademosu said.
She also encouraged the students to cooperate with the teachers.
The teachers were elated. They shared their experiences at the college.
Activities at the event included musical presentation by the school choir, a playlet and orchestral presentation by the college music unit.
At the event was a member of the college Board of Governors and CEO of XGEE Consulting, Mr Kolade Babatunde.
Others were the college Acting Vice-Principals for the Junior and senior schools, Mr Lawal and Akerele; and other management staff.
The highlight of the event was the presentation of gifts to all the staff.