Zolala is a creative learning center for children that is run by University of Cambridge trained educator.
The activities at the center include:
Minding manners (etiquette for children and youth),
Arts & Crafts
Music & Vocal training
The essence of this center is to create a fun, safe, playful and creative environment where children develop skills that help them succeed at school and in life.
Skills such as focus, independent thinking, creativity, responsibility, coordination, confidence, motor skills, attention, vocal techniques and much more while learning through play and having a good time.
In this way it offers the best of both worlds: formal training in an informal setting.
Other programs that run at the Centre are
The Reading Club (encouraging a love of reading and an understanding of the language of literature in children's text.)
The Homework Club (developing independent learning and study habits, and classroom strategies.)
Zola has taught in several countries around the world--Brazil, France, India, United Kingdom, United States, and Nigeria and has been invited by Her Majesty The Queen of England to Buckingham Palace twice for her work with children and young people. She brings excellence and expertise to her love for children, creativity, language, music and colours--all together in a burst of fun activities at the wonderful Zolala learning center.