End of the Second Term 2017/2018 Academic Session

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Here we are again at the end of the second Term of the 2017/2018 Academic session. We are grateful to the Almighty for His Grace and protection over us throughout this term. As always, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all staff and students for their hard work and commitment to teaching and learning throughout this term.

We also appreciate you all, our valued parents for your continuing support of the school. The Easter Break begins today 29th March 2018 and ends on Saturday 14th April 2018.  Boarding students are to resume school on Sunday 15th April, 2018 from 12:00 noon and not later than 5:00 p.m. We ask for your usual cooperation in ensuring the punctual return of your wards.

Here is some useful information we would like to share with you before you go off on the Easter Holiday.

Included in the package given to each student, are the following items i. End-of-Term Report Sheet; ii. Marked Examination Scripts; iii. Newsletter to Parents. iv. Holiday Assignment. v. Third Term School Fees

-Extension Classes

As part of our intensive coaching program towards the forthcoming examinations, the following classes will be having extension classes just after Easter. Year 12 students are to resume on Monday 2nd of April 2018 and Year 9 students on Wednesday 4th of April 2018. This exercise has always been of tremendous advantage to prepare students for their official examinations. Please note that extension classes continue throughout the Easter Break.

Our Activities for the term

I- Co-curricular Activities

– Inter-House Sports Day:

It was a total display of dexterity, team work and good spirit of sportsmanship exhibited by the student athletes of PTHS as the school had its Maiden Inter-House Sports Day held in the school sports ground on Saturday 3rd of February 2018.

Gathered in their numbers were parents, guardians, teachers and invited students from other schools as the school’s participating houses – Amethyst, Beryl, Chalcedony and Lapis-Lazuli — all slot it out for sporting supremacy in a highly contested event. Congratulations to the mighty Lapis-Lazuli, who were triumphant on the day.

– Excursion:

On Friday 16th of March, junior secondary students went for an excursion to Beta Glass factory (Ugheli, Delta State). It was a valuable opportunity for them to learn first-hand and explore the different sections of the glass making process, starting from the raw material used in glass making, refining and melting of the mixed ingredients, passing through floating, cooling, testing, labeling and packaging. The fun did not end there, as students left the factory to the Delta Mall at Warri, and sat for an afternoon animation movie titled “Tad the Lost Explorer”, which addresses some inspiring morals on love, sacrifice and determination. It was definitely a memorable ‘out of class’ experience.

– International Days

International Street Children Day:

Every day, children across the globe suffer abuses of their human rights which violate the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children. For these values, the school observed the International Street Children Day on 31st of January 2018, when students aims to highlight and address the needs for governments, organizations and individuals to put hand together and help homeless children living on the streets with few means of ensuring they get access to, clean water; nutritious food, durable shelter, quality health care and, physical and psychological protection. ​ ​​ International Women`s Day: It was on the 8th of March when the world acknowledged women whom were able to make the world a better place for everyone to live in. Presentations, speeches, documentaries and quotes on that day were able to create awareness amongst the students about the great impact of successful women all over the world.

II- Academic Activities

Spelling Bee Competitions

To groom our students, internal Spelling Bee Competitions were organized on Monday 26th (Junior Category) and Thursday 27th (Senior Category) of March 2018. The atmosphere was very competitive and spellers have to take several rounds before the result was announced, and the winners for junior category are: Samson Zion (Year 7)- 1st Position Owugah Joseph (Year 8)- 2nd Position Tawasimi Jacinta (Year 7)- 3rd Position

While senior category winners are:

Damabide Daniella (Year 11)- 1st Position Ogon Marvellous (Year 10)- 2nd Position Leghemo Princess (Year 11)- 3rd Position

-Olympiad Competition

The following students have qualified for the second round of The Olympiad Science Competition: Benedicta Ericonda, Ingofaghe Ekeuwei, Joan Kantee Isere, Michael Ayerite, Joseph Agadah, Alaowei Wariowei, Ayibaingo Adumein, Beulah Wodu, Blossom Yerikema, Chelsea Omietimi, Emizibo Dickson, Goodness S. Ayah Bonny, Grace Oginja, Israel Arikepar, Jacklyn Suokiri, Tamaralayefa Tamaraodubo, Tena Favour Ifiemi-Ikpaiikpai and Vivian Emmanuel. We wish them all the best of luck.

-JAMB/ CBT Centre All twelve sessions of two hundred and fifty candidates each went smoothly and successfully as PTHS JAMB`s Center has accommodated the UTME exams from 9th to 14th of March 2018. The Honorable Commissioner of Education visited the center and recommended the school`s effort to organize and provide a world class and state of art IT facility which is considered the best in Bayelsa State.

-JAMB Results

Congratulations to all our Year 12 students for their success in the just concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). Their respective scores are: 279, 271, 262, 260, 256, 250, 241, 224 and 220. We are so proud of you.

-IGCSE Examination

The International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE) exams are ongoing, and the results will be published at the end of the second diet ending in June 2018. We wish our students the best of luck.

– Inauguration of PTA:

Aiming to strengthen the communication between parents and the school, a Parents-Teachers Association has been inaugurated on Saturday 17th of February 2018. Justice Eneni Abraham was selected as the Chairperson, Mr. Joseph Owugha Anaseya as Vice Chairman, Mrs. Jennifer Abohwo asPRO and Mr. Obaro Moses as Secretary. The next PTA meeting is scheduled to take place on Saturday 5th of May 2018.


Please note the following dates for next term in order to keep track of the school’s activities and programs:

Event Date

Year 9 and Year 12 Resumption from Easter Break Monday 2nd of April 2018

Entrance Exam Saturday 14th 2018

Boarders Resumption from Easter Break Sunday 15th April 2018

PTA/ Visiting Day Saturday 5th May, 2018

Excursion for Senior School Saturday 12th May 2018

CAT Thursday 17th May 2018

PTA/ Mid-Term Break Friday 25th May 2018

Resumption from Mid-Term Break Sunday 3rd June 2018

Entrepreneurship and Vocational Skills Exhibition Day/ Visiting Day Saturday 23rd June 2018

End of Term Exam Monday 2nd of July 2018

Graduation/End of Session Event Friday 13th July

Summer School Monday 6th August – Friday 17th August

B -Entrance Examination

The first entrance exam for admission into the 2018/2019 academic session is held on the 25th of March 2018. This year our prefects were actively involved in the process through presentations of the various aspects of the school to prospective parents and students. The next entrance exam date is Saturday 14th of April, 2018. Forms are available in school and on our website on www.potterstouchschool.com.ng/applynow. Also, forms are available in our centers in the different states. For more enquiries please call Zibs (08078991606).

Entrepreneurship Day:

All parents, guardians and acquaintances are invited to join us for our Third Entrepreneurship and Vocational Skills Exhibition Day on Saturday 23rd of June 2018. Entrepreneurship education aids students from all socioeconomic backgrounds to think outside the box and nurture unconventional talents and skills. It creates opportunities, instills confidence and stimulates the economy. Entrepreneurship education is a lifelong learning process, and we believe that your presence will be of big encouragement for your wards on that day. See you there..!

School Policies:

1-School will not grant any request to take students out during session for any purpose such of exams, birthdays, wedding or any other social activities, except for medical attention for which evidence must be provided. All parents/guardians are enjoined to be well acquainted with our termly calendar of activities which is always available online and in our termly newsletter.

2-Late resumption from breaks or holidays will not be entertained.

3-The amendment of school uniform should be done according to specifications and it is advisable to request for such amendments in school, as parents may be required to replace any uniform that is not properly amended. These includes: tight trousers for boys and very short or tight skirt or pinafore for girls.

4- Only pin earrings (small studded) are allowed for girls. Other Jewelries and expensive wrist watches will be confiscated. Boarding Students are to resume in their day-wear uniform.

5-Parents must ensure their wards belongings are labeled with the students` full name.

6-Hairdo for boys is a simple low cut without lines or shapes, and girls’ hairdo is a simple all-black weaving and must not be more than shoulder length

7-Students found with provisions, cash, phones or any prohibited items will face disciplinary measures, including and not limited to suspension from school. .

School Fees

We enjoin all parents to pay all fees on or before resumption from Easter Break. No child will be permitted in hostel or class without a bank`s teller of school fees paid to any of the following banks accounts: -​UBA: 1019057850 / Account Name: Potter`s Touch High School -​Fidelity Bank: 5600222912 / Account Name: Potter`s Touch High School

N.B: Kindly note that school bus service will only be provided after payment of the bus fees.


The Management and Staff of PTHS wish you all a blessed Easter Holiday. We appreciate your commitment in providing a sound education for your children at PTHS.


Nizar Bittar Principal