Educational Movements

Owing to High standards of Educational Administration, Nomec has incorporated certain elaborate national educational movement schemes. They include:

 

THE NIGERIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY

The Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS), is a para-military and para-medical organization. It was established in Nosakhare Model Educational Centre in 2004. Membership includes both staff and pupils/students under the leadership of Mrs. E.N. Ikebeotu as the unit’s co-ordinator ably assisted by Mrs. V. Okungbowa who organizes series of training for members on First Aid and Safety Measures during Emergencies.

Mrs. E.N Ikebeotu: Head, Nigerian Red Cross Society (NOMEC CHAPTER)

 

NOMEC school unit was inaugurated on the 16th of July, 2009 when Elder Deacon (Amb) Dr. D.N. Eghobamien was decorated as the Patron and other eminent personalities as co-patrons.

Our pupils and students are disciplined socially and morally groomed in the course of their training and as such they become useful to themselves and the society.

 

OUR MOTTO:

Through Humanity to Peace

 

OUR AIMS & OBJECTIVES

To protect the life of oneself and another

To give aid and comfort to the sick and suffering

To link together with all the children of the world in chain of human sympathy.

 

MEANING OF THE ACRONYM- REDCROSS

 R–    Ready for

 E-     Emergency

 D-    Duty

CR–  Cross

O–     Over

 S-     Serious

 S-     Services.

 

THE SCOUT ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (NOMEC CHAPTER)

The scout association of Nigeria, Nosakhare Chapter, is headed by Mrs. E. Osifo as the scout Matron and Mr. Ogru Igho as the scout Master. The Mission of scouting here in NOMEC is to contribute to the education of our pupils through a valued system based on the scout promise and law and to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in the family, community, state, country and he world at large

 

MOTTO: Be prepared

 

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Mrs. E.N. Osifo- Head Scout Association of Nigeria (NOMEC CHAPTER)

WE HELP OUR PUPILS (SCOUTERS) IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS: 

1. To develop citizenship among their peers by forming their character.

2. Train them in habit of observation, obedience and self-reliance

3. Inculcating loyalty and thoughtfulness for others.

4. Teaching them services useful to the public and handcraft useful to themselves.

5. Promoting their physical and mental and spiritual development.