MA (Ed.) (Leadership & Management), Bedford; M.Ed (Guidance & Counselling) Lagos; BSc. (Ed.) (Physics) Nigeria; MInstP
Clement Ikuyinminu was appointed in January 2015 to strengthen James Hope College academic structure, to consolidate the expansion plans of the College. Prior to his appointment, Clement was the Science College and Training Manager & Head of Physics at St. Paul’s Catholic School, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. In the past, Clement has served in such senior positions as the Master (Academic Affairs) and Director of Studies in Atlantic Hall (International School), Lagos where he spent nearly 12 years.
In addition to his qualifications, Clement is a seasoned teacher with an Advanced Diploma in Ministry (ADM) from an affiliate institution of the University of Middlesex, London. Licensed by the University of Cambridge to undertake assessments of coursework in Coordinated and Combined Science in accordance with CAIE regulations, Clement holds the professional Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in England and Wales for the age range 11-18 years. He is also a full member of the Institute of Physics, London.
Clement spends his free time with his wife and children, attending to the work of the ministry – being the Pastor of Winners Pavilion Milton Keynes (a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in the UK) and playing badminton.
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