Here’s What We’ve Been Up To: NAPPS, FinancesOnline, Teachers Challenge

What did you get up to this week? Whether the past few days have been eventful or just a little bit busy, I’m sure we’ve all earned a good weekend’s rest.

Last week we told you about #FlexiSAFTeachersChallenge.

The first round was quite interesting. We got a lot of entries and the winner turned out to be Anthony Okoye, a Biology Teacher from Charles Heerey Memorial School, Onitsha. Follow us on Instagram to join in and win weekly prizes! Don’t forget to spread the good news to a teacher you know.

Yesterday, we were at the NAPPS (National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools) conference in Kaduna. FlexiSAF & NAPPS have decided to partner in creating a centralized data base for the NAPPS Kaduna member schools.

We’ll also be training 400 schools on digital skills by October and offering 20 Best School awardees 60% discount on SAFSMS.

Speaking of SAFSMS – the latest Update is really cool. You can now easily view and manage which students are expelled, deferred, graduated and so much more. Find out all about that here

Start using SAFSMS for free now!

Why? Well, FinancesOnline thinks you should try it- and they know their stuff. They recently reviewed SAFSMS and scored it 8.0/10 for user satisfaction.

Those were the makings of a splendid week and we hope yours was even better. Here’s to a splendid-er weekend!

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