About the School

The School of Early Childhood Care, Primary, Adult and Non-Formal Education (ECPAE) is a new School extracted from the School of Education in December, 2015. It consists of three (3) Departments namely: Department of Early Childhood Care (ECCE), Department of Primary Education Studies (PEDS) and Department of Adult and Non-Formal Education (ANF). The School presently occupies the Old Languages Complex and was headed by Mrs. A.F. Opoola who acted from December, 2015 to November, 2016 and became the substantive Dean of the School in November, 2016. Dr. G.R. Olosunde was elected Dean in December, 2018 and is assisted by the Sub-Dean, Mrs. O.O. Okunola. The School has 12 Academic Staff in department of ECCE headed by Mrs. J.A.I. Abioye, 12 Academic Staff in department of ANF headed by Mrs. T.R. Odewale, 19 Academic Staff in department of PES headed by Mr. C.C. Nnaji, 9 Registry Staff headed by Mrs. Gbemisola Adetunji, and a Finance Officer, Mrs. A.O. Coker. Presently, the School is located at the old School of Languages complex in which the permanent site is near completion.

Message from the Dean

You are welcome to the School of Early Childhood Care, Primary, Adult and Non-Formal Education (ECPAE) webpage. School of ECPAE supports the capacity building of lecturers in the School evident in their pursuit of higher degrees, seminars, workshops and conferences. The Dean’s office, in addition to routine activities, works with the Management as well as collaborates with other Schools in the College. It is noteworthy, that many of our alumni in private and public educational sectors are contributing effectively to social, political and economic development of the nation. Many of them are in their bachelor programmes in many universities in Nigeria as well as abroad. Once again, I am most delighted to welcome you to the website of our great school, a thriving community of students and devoted staff. God bless you.
Dr. G.R. Olosunde
olosunde.gbolagade@fcesoyo.edu.ng

SUB-DEAN

Mrs. O.O. Okunola
08166577991
okunola.olusola@fcesoyo.edu.ng

SCHOOL OFFICER

Gbemisola Adetunji (Mrs.)
08035659849
adetunji.gbemisola@fcesoyo.edu.ng

Department of Adult and Non Formal Education

HOD: Mrs. T.R. Odewale
08034458690
odewale.temitope@fcesoyo.edu.ng

Department of Early Childhood Care

HOD: Mrs. J.A.I. Abioye
08055213197
abioye.jemimah@fcesoyo.edu.ng

Department of Primary Education

HOD: Mr. C.C. Nnaji
08037949042
nnaji.cyril@fcesoyo.edu.ng

Do you wish to study ADULT AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATION?

(1) A Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC) or G.C.E. O’ Level with credits in four (4) subjects (including English Language and Mathematics) at no more than two sittings
(2) A grade II Teacher’s Certificate (TCII) with 4 credits or merits in 4 subjects including English and Mathematics.
(3) All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must write and pass the selection examination organised by JAMB.
(4) Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examination who take and succeed in a selection examination organised by JAMB are also qualified for admission.

Do you wish to study Early Childhood Care?

(1) A Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) or G.C.E. O’ Level with credits in five (5) subjects (including English Language and Mathematics) at no more than two sittings.
(2) A grade II Teacher’s Certificate (TCII) with five (5) credits or merits in five (5) subjects including English and Mathematics.
(3) All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must write and pass the selection examination organised by JAMB.
(4) Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examination who take and succeed in a selection examination organised by JAMB are also qualified for admission.

Do you wish to study Primary Education?

1) A Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC) or G.C.E. O’ Level with credits in four (4) subjects (including English Language and Mathematics) at no more than two sittings
(2) A grade II Teacher’s Certificate (TCII) with 4 credits or merits in 4 subjects including English and Mathematics.
(3) All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must write and pass the selection examination organised by JAMB.
(4) Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examination who take and succeed in a selection examination organised by JAMB are also qualified for admission.

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