Message from the Director
“By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest”- Confucius. Our goal as a school focuses on acquiring wisdom. When we make it part of us to reflect on our lives, then it gives us a sense of direction on where we have come from and where we are headed. This way, we are able to gauge on the progress we are making at a very individual level and progressively as an institution. Wisdom can be learned through imitation. This is easy because it just involves observing what one does and doing it exactly as them. Parents and teachers here have a very crucial role as the pupils look up to them. We are their role models and whatever we do serves as guidance to our children. Therefore, we should endeavor to be at our very best behavior so that our children get the best from us. Experience is the best teacher as people say. When we go through something, we are most likely never going to forget. This calls for us never to be afraid to try out things, however challenging. Successful people have not always had the magic touch that everything they do turns to gold. The reality is that they have screwed up and failed. However they did not let their failures put them down, they learned from them and picked up the lessons and those lessons got them where they are now. We endeavor to pursue increased skill and knowledge base to strengthen wisdom. We share our vision with all our stakeholders to enhance ownership of this institution. We have faith in our pupils and whole NAMU fraternity. With God on our side, we will continue to do the very best academically and produce socially acceptable characters. All the best!