MP for Lancaster visits the Universal Learning Solutions office

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT VISITS UK OFFICE Cat Smith, MP for Lancaster and Shadow Minister for Voter Engagement & Youth Affairs, paid a visit to the Universal Learning Solutions office recently to find out more about our work to improve literacy levels in Nigeria. Following the visit Cat said: “It’s great to have Universal Learning Solutions…Continue Reading

Success of the Jolly Phonics Project

Success of the Jolly Phonics Project

EDUCATIONIST HAPPY WITH NEW TEACHING METHODS IN PILOT SCHOOLS   The Chief Executive Officer of the United Kingdom-based Universal Learning Solution, Mr Gary Foxcroft, said Kogi State is highly enthusiastic about the Jolly Phonics Project in six pilot primary schools in the state. Article on success of Jolly Phonics in Kogi StateContinue Reading

Literacy Drive Charity Ball – 6 Feb 2016 Jumeriah Carlton

Literacy Drive Charity Ball – 6 Feb 2016 Jumeriah Carlton

HE The High Commissioner of Ghana invites you to the “Literacy Drive Charity Ball”. By attending you will not only enjoy a glamorous and high-profile evening of dinner, entertainment and networking, but also ensure that children across Ghana and beyond learn to read and write. Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency Mr Victor Smith, High…Continue Reading

All Nigerian states to train 1000 teachers in Jolly Phonics – UBEC

Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) Mandates all Nigerian States to Use Jolly Phonics   Universal Learning Solutions’ work to transform English literacy levels in Nigeria received a huge boost this week when the Executive Secretary of UBEC – Dr Dikko Sulieman – mandated all states to train a minimum of 1000 teachers in the Jolly…Continue Reading

Jolly Phonics Holiday Clubs

Jolly Phonics Holiday Clubs

Jolly Phonics Holiday Clubs Over the festive season we were able to conduct holiday clubs in one of our Nigerian States. These were attended by children, parents, community leaders, administrators and teachers, and enabled people of all ages to improve their reading skills as well as to better the understand Jolly Phonics approach. We have…Continue Reading

Article featured in The Guardian, Nigeria

Article featured in The Guardian, Nigeria

UK-based agencies donate N2.15b materials, skills for English study A UNITED Kingdom-based non-governmental organisation, the Universal Learning Solutions, and an educational publisher, Jolly Learning Limited, have committed about N2.15 billion into free materials and capacity building programmes on jolly learning education. The groups, which operate in partnership with the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), have…Continue Reading