Learning through adventure
A world where all children have access to quality education irrespective of their geographic location or socioeconomic background.
By providing a learning space which caters for the education of children from low income background, we enable this little bramble from the margins of the society realise their dream.
The journey through Bramble learning space is an invitation to self-discovery. Children of all ages can find their passion for learning through creative resources. Through self-learning and reflection, these children will be able to create their own future.
It was a privilege hosting members of CIVIL SOCIETY ASSOCIATION COALITION FOR EDUCATION FOR ALL (CSACEFA) at our learning community.
On August 7, 2020 we launched a new program called Bramble Accelerated Learning Program (BALP). It is a skill based learning program which runs during weekends.
The International Day of the Girl Child 2020 was done in partnership with Nathaniel Albert Foundation. We hosted teenage girls and young women from four villages across Akinyele LGA. The program started at exactly 10: 00 am with thirty eight (38) participants present. One of the participants opened the event by saying a prayer andRead more about MY VOICE, OUR EQUAL FUTURE: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD 2020[…]
As we move towards the end of the year, we are earnestly waiting for the Covid-19 pandemic to be over too.
Tyreseat workshop with Jumoke Olowookere at Bramble Learning Space, Arikanki village.
In children, the issue of mental health is often overlooked. Research shown that 1 out of every 10 children and young people face mental health issues ranging from anxiety to depression and conduct disorder. Over 70% of this number do not receive appropriate intervention at an early age.
On February 7, 2020, we hosted Olakunbi Agboola at the learning space in Arikanki village. Olakunbi is a rockstar educator, a successful homeschool mom, and the founder of Imperial educational services. She led a discussion on effective approaches to teaching and learning in the 21st century. We also looked at some of the methodologies thatRead more about Staff Development Training[…]
It has been three months since we opened our door to the first batch of learners, The Pioneers. We have spent every day, Monday through Friday of these twelve weeks learning and sharing with each other. On December 12, 2019, our Pioneers decided to host their parents, some friends, and all the community members.
On Friday, November 29, 2019, we had our first exposure trip ever! We made the trip to Zoological Garden, University of Ibadan. It was a thrilling time for every member of our learning community. This is the first time our children will be visiting the urban part of Ibadan, and also the first time forRead more about A Trip to Remember[…]
On August 5, Bramble kick started her holiday program at Arikanki village. This is the next step in establishing Bramble Learning Space; the first alternative school in Nigeria.