How We Get Caught Up To Catch-Up.

A review written by Nneka Ekwenibe

In Adorable College, we have different ways we study and understand lessons and tasks. We could learn in groups, as individuals and as study teams. Aside your peers, we have very special, unique, qualified, willing teachers to help us study. This process of learning is known as Catch-Up because it is like extra lessons of the previous lessons.

A fantastic experience for some truly amazing students

Mr Terry – Principal

These extra lessons help us understand more about the previous lessons and areas which give us difficulty. These Catch-Up lessons take place within the times of rest, end of school or other half session and during rehearsal activities like choir/orchestra. In the course of these lessons, teachers also give students tips on how they can improve more on their area of difficulties and focus on hose areas to support their understanding. In most cases, Catch-Ups are optional depending on the students’ understanding during lessons and could also be compulsory because the students might have missed a particular lesson. Catch-Up is quite essential because it educates the students more and impacts the students with more knowledge. Also the students who are not able to learn together with other students because they are easily distracted by other students or other social reasons get to at¬tend these sessions.


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