Dear children, in a few days, holiday will be over and you will begin another school term. I’m sure you had enough time for fun and rest during the festive period.
As you prepare to resume school, ask yourself “am I prepared for my studies?” You would know if you can answer the following questions in the affirmative:
- Is my school bag cleaned and my books well arranged in it?
- Is my uniform washed and ironed?
- What about my shoes and socks?
- Is my hair plaited or cut in order not to look unkempt?
- What of my nails?
- Is my lunch bag dusted, water bottle and food flask washed as well?
- Did I remind my parents about my school fees?
- Am I excited to step back into my school compound?
Are your answers yes? If they are, kudos to you because you’re indeed ready to resume.
I therefore pray that God will give you wisdom, knowledge, understanding and good health to perform excellently well in your studies.
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