Wednesday 29 May 2013

Any Ideas??

Some construction going on at Oxbridge. As you know we’re always trying to improve our offering to students and staff. We carried out a survey last year to see what additional facilities were wanted and we came up with??!!……..

I’ll be posting pictures in the coming weeks. See if you can guess :)


Any Ideas??

Oxbridge hosts seminar on Educational Transformation in Nigeria

APEN (Association of Private Schools in Nigeria) was hosted by the college in a seminar entitled “Transforming Education in Nigeria”. A collaboration between Incubator Africa and Profound Learning Institute, Canada.

The main speaker, Tom Bradley, spoke on the imperativeness of a brand new educational system in Nigeria which he aptly called, System Transformation as against the usual practice of improving a faulty system. According to him, this is the current global challenge.  Going down memory lane and citing facts from recent research works, he based his view on the following premises:

  • The possibility of  a school achieving 100% pass rate

  • The fact that research has shown that high school grades do not necessarily translate to success in life.

  • The fact that our current educational system has not achieved the purpose it is meant for (to  generate joy and wealth).

  • The fact that the current educational system has been deficient in coping effectively with the complexity of our ever -dynamic information age.

Thereafter ,Tom challenged the participants on the imperativeness of creativity, taking learning to the ambiance of the learners, creating the right learning environment, where teachers themselves are not only impacted on the need for change, but to also be learners themselves.

In conclusion, the speaker introduced the sets of models which his organization, Profound Learning Institute, Canada, has developed which he would like the participating schools to imbibe and accommodate, within the reality of their own peculiar situations. This workshop will hold sometime in September, 2013.





Oxbridge hosts seminar on Educational Transformation in Nigeria

Monday 20 May 2013

Interested in a PSYCHOLOGY A level?

Boy with model of brain


Interested in studying Psychology at A Level? Well Oxbridge is feverishly putting final touches on our new psychology A Level programme. Stay tuned for more and get in touch if you’d like to be a part of this programme.

Interested in a PSYCHOLOGY A level?

Wednesday 15 May 2013

Human Resource Manager Ties the Knot!

It was a thing of joy on the 11th May, 2013 when former Miss. Ladun Ogunleye, the Human Resources Manager in the college, was joined in holy matrimony to Mr. Ayodeji Taiwo Grillo. The event which had the Managing Director of the college  and other members of staff in attendance, started in Surulere Baptist Church followed by the reception at The Eko Club. We wish the couple a blissful marital life :)


Human Resource Manager Ties the Knot!

2013 Valedictory Service

May 3rd 2013 marked the end of another academic year, the day the college held the annual valedictory service in Archbishop Vining Memorial Church GRA Ikeja, Lagos. This particular event was significant, because it created the opportunity for all and sundry to appreciate God for his faithfulness in the last 20 years. There were sermons, prayers by students, a parent and the officiating priest.

One of the highlights of the event was when the Managing Director of the college, Dr. (Mrs.) C. O Ogunsanya chronicled her initial challenges moving the college to its current permanent site and how through faith and persistence, she was able to overcome all.










Subsequently, parents attended another college event, TEA WITH THE PRINCIPAL, where they were updated on their children’s academic progress. We wish all our outgoing students a successful life after Oxbridge.

2013 Valedictory Service

Tuesday 7 May 2013

Oxbridge on the radio!

Have you heard our new radio jingle?

Click on this link to Listen to the Jingle

The advert even features a member of the Oxbridge team. Listen out for it on morning and evening radio in and around Lagos :)

Oxbridge on the radio!

Students of Oxbridge appreciate their teachers

In an event that is gradually becoming an annual one, students of the college on the 26th of April, 2013 converged to honour and appreciate their teachers. By 3pm, the college hall was already packed with the entire college community. The programme organized by the college SRC  started with  a video presentation. Celebrities all over the world whose lives have been moulded and positively influenced by their teachers were showcased.






Thereafter, an award presentation was made in different categories to deserving teachers:

  • Most Sophisticated Male Teacher- Mr. Kurup

  • Most Sophisticated Female Teacher- Mrs.Idahosa

  • Most Well Dressed Female Teacher- Miss.Titi Raji

  • Most Well Dressed Male Teacher- Mr.Ayo

  • Most Caring Teacher- Mr. Abrahams

  • Funniest Teacher- Mr. Vigo

  • Most Charismatic Teacher- Mrs. Tony-Ubah

  • Best Dancer- Mr.Odunuyi

  • Cutest Teacher- Mrs.Adeniji

Other members of staff were not left out, as the entire college members of administrative and academic literally have something to take home. Kudos to the Coordinating Teacher for SRC, Miss.Titi Raji and the entire SRC body.


Students of Oxbridge appreciate their teachers

Happy Birthday April Students!

With preparations feverishly underway for  exams it would be easy to forget we still have birthdays to celebrate! For the month of April we want to wish the following students the very best birthday wishes and good luck in your exams :)

Mofe Adesina
Abayomi Adejola
Shallom Igbre
Obinna Njoku




Happy Birthday April Students!