Mrs. Rose Ofili is a professional educator with extensive teaching experience in the primary school system. Her teaching career has spanned over 30 years, 20 of which she spent at Grange International School, serving at various capacities, including: Key Stage Two coordinator, and supervisory positions.

In acquiring her vast teaching experience, she has attended several educational and management courses/workshops both internationally and locally. These include, Management and Staff Management Skills and Key Stage One course at EDA Summer School, University College, Chester UK, European Council of International College of St. Mark and St. John Plymouth England. She also attended a workshop organised by the Assocation of International Schools in Africa (AISA) held in Ghana, and has a great flair in teaching mathematics.

In 2002, she was selected by the Longman Publishing Company to co-author some Primary Mathematics textbooks, New Method Mathematics Books 4 and 5, because of her vast knowlege in teaching the subject. In addition, her flair in child psychology has equipped her to teach children with acute learning challenges.

Rose Ofili is a graduate of the University of Port-harcourt and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English/Education. Without any doubt, the great wealth of experience accumulated over the years, has adequately prepared and equipped her to propel the school to greater heights.

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"Nothing you do for children is ever wasted."
— Carrison Keller