“Hope lies in dreams, in imagination, and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams into reality.” – Jonas Salk Dear readers, we are grateful that you take your time to read our Newsletters. If you missed the last edition, please read it here. Enjoy as we take you through it all. LeadershipRead more about Quarterly Newsletter-1 2021[…]
In Bramble, we are community friendly and this is one of the reasons we take our community project seriously. Our community project takes place once in every quarter. Last quarter, we had a gathering of widows and we presented them with gifts been a festive period. This time, we went to one of the villagesRead more about Community Project at Ile-Osa[…]
It is common knowledge that Education is basic human right. It is a valuable tool for raising responsible citizens in our ever changing world. The Covid-19 pandemic led to a global learning disruption of unprecedented scale and caused certain things to change in the way education is delivered. Across the globe, education systems opt forRead more about INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION 2021[…]
Tyreseat workshop with Jumoke Olowookere at Bramble Learning Space, Arikanki village.
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[…]
Dear readers, thank you for your interest in our newsletter. We are glad to take you through the highlight of our activities in these past months. We are especially grateful for the positive feedbacks we received after our first Newsletter; each was invaluable. Enjoy as we take you through it all
We are set to begin our work at Arikanki village. The project team visited Arikanki village on the 25th of July. We were given a warm welcome by the community. During the visit, we mapped some the villages around Arikanki which include Fakore, Oretu, and Igbagbo. We noted other challenges faced by the people in the community which includes lack of access to clean water, erratic electricity supply, poor road network, lack of basic health care center.
Alternative education drives a vision to provide a creative and sustainable education, by equipping learners to be globally competent and locally relevant individuals. This approach to education seeks to transform learning by employing techniques that identify the learner has the main individual in the learning process and to bring out the in-depth potential of every child.
Bramble is championing a nationwide campaign to build two learning halls for children at Arikanki village, Ibadan. We will be gathering 100,000 plastic bottles for this purpose.
Bramble celebrated 2019 children’s day with the theme ‘Giving Creativity Expression’. In collaboration with The Autism Awareness Foundation (TAAF) and the leaders of Beere community, we hosted over 154 children.