There are more than 26 schools in The Salvation Army Nigeria, educating in excess of 10,000 children. Salvation Army schools are central to the mission objectives of many territories and offer an incredible opportunity. Schools have the potential to shape young people's lives by ensuring they receive a quality Christian education and are enabled to play a meaningful role in their community.
The THQ education board exists to develop strategies which will provide support for education providers to ensure that our pupils leave school aware of Christ's love and confident in their ability to achieve their God given potential.
The key principles and focus areas for Salvation Army schools are outlined in the International Schools Strategy. The vision statement focuses on what all Salvation Army schools should try to achieve.
Salvation Army schools seek to develop compassionate people of integrity and character with the relevant skills, knowledge and understanding to achieve their full God-given potential. This will be achieved by developing quality, holistic, faith-based, family-focused education prioritising vulnerable and marginalised children.
The guiding principles put Salvation Army schools at the heart of the community they serve and place importance on social, emotional, cognitive, physical and spiritual development. There is an emphasis on providing a safe and secure environment supported by corps keeping Christian values at the heart.
The strategy has six focus areas:
We encourage local communities to respond to health issues, to increase their capacity to care, change and develop healthy communities and to have hope and a knowledge of the grace of God in Christ.
The Territorial Health Services – part of the Programme Department at The Salvation Army’s Territorial Headquarters – supports and encourages the development of health services throughout the world where The Salvation Army operates, and influences the development of local and international partnerships.
You can contact the Education Secretary at Territorial Headquarters by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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