In its efforts towards promoting literacy in the state and country at large, Queen Amina Group of Schools Kano, said it has enrolled not less than 50 vulnerable children on its scholarship program.
The director of the school located in the ancient city of Kano; Alhaji Abdulbari Usman said the school, since its establishment in 2002 has remained a champion in the fight against illiteracy by engaging qualified teachers, provision of standard teaching and learning materials as well as a conducive atmosphere for teaching and learning process.
According to him, the school as part of its corporate social responsibility decided to assist the children of the blind from the popular Makafin Dala Area of the State to assist them acquire both modern and the Islamic knowledge describing education as the bed rock of every society.
Usman who was represented by Fatima Auwal during a price and award given day to mark the end of the third term session said stakeholders at all levels must come together to support the government in its efforts towards providing qualitative education for the populace.
She added that, Queen Amina Group of Schools which stared from playgroup currently has two sections with its headquarters at No. 2 Dala Junction, Gwammaja, Dala Local Government Area while its Annex is located at No. 850 Kofar Dawano, Willa Road, Dala.
Fatima further added that the school which has become a model of excellence has impacted greatly on students from the school as shown from records especially WAEC and NECO since the school got its accreditation in 2009.
She said the school will continue to prepare students and leaders of tomorrow for further studies in higher institutions in the country and beyond.