…unveils Mate Group of Schools as Ambassador
Determined to advance education sector growth in Nigeria, Casio Middle East and Africa FZE, the regional subsidiary of CASIO Computer Limited has announce Mate Group of Schools as its ambassador following an extensive selection process.
The company a renowned global pioneer in technological advancement said the decision to came on the heels of Mate Group of Schools’ successful participation in the Casio Model School project, an inquiry-based learning initiative designed to elevate students’ mathematical proficiency, academic achievements, and cultivate critical and high-order thinking skills crucial for today’s students.
Commenting on Casio’s decision to appoint Mate Group of Schools as an ambassador, Takashi Seimiya, managing director of Casio Middle East and Africa said the educational institution has demonstrated outstanding commitment to the GAKUHAN approach to learning, and they have pledged to exclusively use authentic CASIO calculators.
According to him, Mate Group of Schools celebrates its 50th anniversary, a remarkable half-century of excellence. This enduring legacy not only sets a high standard but also serves as a testament to the school’s unwavering commitment to excellence. Mate Group of Schools embodies excellence, and their selection as a CASIO ambassador signifies our ongoing dedication to enhancing education in Nigeria and ensuring that quality learning opportunities are accessible to all.
Adebayo Dawodu, principal of Mate Group of Schools while commenting on the appointment of the school as a Casio ambassador, said being chosen as an ambassador is a privilege.
Dawodu said the school seamlessly integrates calculators with tablets, showcasing its status as a 21st-century educational institution equipped with cutting-edge ICT facilities.
“Casio has been instrumental in not only supplying us with genuine calculators but also in training our teachers and students in innovative learning methodologies that are sure to enhance our performance”.
As ambassadors, we will continue to champion Casio’s mission and parents can rest assured that their children are receiving a 21st-century education that rivals the best in the world,” he said.
Seimiya further said that Casio remains committed to delivering groundbreaking products, programmes and initiatives that promote inclusivity, advance education, support learning, and foster creativity.
“Through collaborations with educational institutions such as the Lagos State Ministry of Education and schools like Mate Group of Schools, CASIO empowers students and educators in Nigeria and around the globe with advanced tools and resources,” Seimiya added.