Welcome to Glorious Kids Academy.

We’re a school on Steem Blockchain, we’re pleased to bring to our friends here updates on how our first term session unfolds.

Our school was set up to help poor children and orphans who ordinarily may not have means to basic education, unfortunately not all the poor will have government assistance especially in developing countries like ours, so as a widow who has witnessed the pain of negligence, rejection and poverty, I’m using my building as a home and a school for this less privileged but promising children, placing orphans among us on free education.


Yesterday being the first day of this school session pupils turned out in good numbers, we had up to 100 pupils that resumed yesterday, hoping to see more from tomorrow.

Some parents who’s children didn’t make from holiday this past weekend due to circumstances arising called on the phone pleading for their children.


On our blog post last few days we put down our scheme of work for 1st graders, we’re also glad to bring to you our first term scheme of work for primary 2 pupils.


First week goes with this scheme.

Week work Subject
1 Kickoff Test English Language
1 Kickoff Test Mathematics
1 Kickoff Test Igbo Language
1 Kickoff Test Religion/National Value
1 Kickoff Test Prevocational Studies
1 Kickoff Test Basic Science & Technology
1 Kickoff Test French
1 Kickoff Test Cultural & Creative Arts

Like we said earlier, all subjects are based on National Curriculum Modules for primary schools.

Second week will come with this scheme.

Week work Subject
2 Phonics Awareness English Language
2 Whole numbers 1-200 Mathematics
2 ịkpọgasi ihe aha Igbo Language
2 The meaning of prayer Religion/National Value
2 Farm Animals Prevocational Studies
2 The senses Basic Science & Technology
2 Les Salutations French
2 Objective drawing & coloring Cultural & Creative Arts

Week one kick off test on English Language:

Pupils are presented with multiple and mixed questions based on what they studied before the closure of last school session, we also pick questions from what was taught during their holiday lessons which some of them goes like this:

  1. ..... and ..... are words with “I”
    a. Sit
    b. Rain,
    c. Bell

Identify and make italic the words familiar to the words in bold form in the following sentences

  1. Samuel ate my lunch 🥙.
    a. Saw
    b. Eat
    c. Eight
  2. Graig is right
    a. Bit
    b. White
    c. Wrong
  3. This is a new Steem
    a. widget
    b. Blockchain
    c. market

Etc etc.

We hope you enjoyed our article this morning, help this children with your support!

We have projects that we’ll love to accomplish this year; We want to build a computer hub where these children can do computer appreciation and as well learn blockchain and Internet.

Power supply is also a bigger challenge in our country, we’re looking at solar energy as an option or alternative to our blackout predicament.

Having said all that, we believe that these children will grow and have good stories to tell concerning their life.

Special thanks goes Steemchurch International Ministry for their constant support.


Our shoutout to @sirknight, @darlenys01 @canadian-coconut @uyobong @prime-cleric @maxdevalue @wafrica @surfyogi @ammyluv and @marciabon for their great love and sacrifice. Thanks your @sc-n @steemchurch @sc-v @sc-g @sniffnscurry @joshman @surpassinggoogle and to the entire steem members.

You may wish to support us by sending some donations and tips to us or by introducing us to some good people and communities on Steem that may assist us.

Your upvote, resteem and advice are all needed and appreciated.

Below are our Crypto addresses in case you’re willing to support us with some crypto currencies.




Ethereum Address



You can also send some STEEM and SBD to:


Thanks and remain glorious.


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