Vacancy at Corona School
Corona School is currently calling on interested candidates with suitable qualification and experience to apply for the position of Yoruba Teachers.
- Minimum of 2.1 in a relevant Bachelor’s Degree
- PGCE [Post Graduate Certificate in Education]
- Minimum of 3 years suitable teaching experience ) are invited to join us
About the school
The focus of the Corona School s’ Trust Council is the development of world-class schools. World class in all facets of our operations – curriculum, teaching methodologies, staff quality, libraries, technology, buildings, resources, facilities, management and so on. In order to sustain our mission to deliver world- class education to children inculcate high moral and ethical values as we prepare them for a life of service and fulfilment, we have embarked on a number of school improvement initiatives in recent years.
In 2002, the Trust Council appointed a new management team that had been working with the Chairman in meeting the goals of world-class education coupled with prudent management of resources. These include Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo (Executive Director), Mrs. Lara Segun (Educational Administrator) and Mrs. Funto Igun (Finance Controller).
The year 2003 saw the inauguration of the PTA and parents inclusion in the CSTC for the first time. The CSTC relocated to its present site- 72, Raymond Njoku Street, SW Ikoyi, Lagos.
In 2005, the Trust Council celebrated 50 years of Corona excellence
In 2009, Professor Muriel Oyediran retired as Chairman of CSTC and Mr Adedotun Sulaiman, a renowned Management Consultant and Chairman of many organisations in the country was elected Chairman. He was the Treasurer for the Council before his election as Chairman
Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo who had led the Executive Management team since 2002 retired as the Executive Director in 2010. Mrs. Lara Segun, the Educational Administrator also retired shortly after. A new Management team headed by Mrs. Olufunto Igun as Executive Director and Mrs. Maureen Ihonor as Education Administrator took over the affairs of the Council.