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APBPI partners FCT Secondary Education Board to teach students behavioural patterns

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By Victoria Onehi

The Advocacy for Positive Behavioral Patterns Initiative (APBPI) is collaborating with the FCT Secondary Education Board to launch a programme focused on fostering positive behaviour among secondary education students in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The programme set to commence in the coming weeks will address critical behavioral issues such as how students can resolve conflicts and other challenges they face both in their academic and personal lives. 

The Spokesperson of APBPI, Mariz Isikwe, in a statement says the initiative aims to provide comprehensive support and guidance to students, empowering them to navigate through these challenges.

“The programme will utilise innovative strategies and evidence-based practices to equip students with essential life skills. Through workshops, seminars, and interactive sessions, participants will learn effective conflict resolution techniques, understand the importance of attendance and engagements in school, and develop strategies for making positive choices in their daily lives.

“This partnership represents a significant milestone in our efforts to promote positive behavioral patterns among secondary education students in the FCT. By working hand in hand with the FCT Secondary Education Board, we can reach more students and make a meaningful impact on their lives.” Isikwe said.

To this end,she said the Advocacy for Positive Behavioral Patterns Initiative in partnership with the FCT Secondary Education Board will be hosting a seminar with the topic ‘Dialogue on Violence and Conflict Resolution for FCT Secondary schools’ holding on the 25th April at the Government Secondary School Life Camp,Abuja at 10 am.

They therefore extend an invitation to the public to join  in supporting the programme. They called on parents, caregivers and students to be part of the event to help shape the behavior of students of the Federal Capital Territory for a better society.

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