About Us

We Care About Kids

All children have a right to quality education in a safe, clean and decent environment

We provide extra-curricular activities. These are activities that take place outside of school hours—before school, after school or during lunch. These activities may include sports, hobbies, drama, singing, leadership training, arts or volunteer work. Our school has different extra-curricular activities for students. Taking part in these activities improve the child’s mind and ability to learn. They will also help children make friends, adjust to being in a school and develop new interests.

Meet The Lekki Peninsula Nursery & Primary Schools Team

All children have a right to quality education in a safe, clean and decent environment

Dr Bunmi Oyinsan


She is the Co-founder and CEO; She is also a co-founder of the Lekki Peninsula College, she has an MA (Literature/Women’s Studies) from Saint Mary’s University, Halifax Nova Scotia and a PhD (Film/Gender Studies) from York University, Canada. She worked for over 15years in the non-profit sector with young people and women in Nigeria. She was responsible for co-coordinating, designing and executing various development projects. Her work in the non-profit sector covered economic empowerment, capacity building, advocacy for children’s rights and women’s empowerment. Her background also includes work as a creative writer, television script writer and film producer and dramatist. She has published three novels, one book for young people (which was on the NECO literature reading list at the junior secondary level for a number of years), several short stories in anthologies and literary journals, edited a collection of short stories for the Association of Nigerian Authors. She has also written stage plays, radio plays, written and produced television dramas and serials.

Soji Oyinsan


He is a Co-founder and Board Chairman; an educator and social entrepreneur. Lekki Peninsula College which he also co-founded was his brain child. He has a National Certificate in Education from the University of Lagos and a Bachelors degree in Education and English from the University of Ibadan. He taught in many schools across Nigeria before venturing into broadcasting. He also had professional training in broadcasting from various institutions such as Thomson Foundation Television College in the UK and Television Training, London. He has a wealth of administrative and managerial experience gained from working with the WNBS as a newscaster and as a producer/director at Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) from 1975 to 1992. While at NTA he focused on training others and producing educational programs and socially relevant documentaries including the winning entry at the first National Documentary Festival in Nigeria in 1977.He was also awarded Best Producer in 25 years of television in Nigeria in 1984. He was an Associate Producer of “The Africans: A Triple Heritage”- an documentary written and anchored by Prof Ali Mazrui and produced by the BBC and PBS (WETA) in 1986.

Florence Ebam Akin Aina, PhD

Board Member

She is a board member who is a former lecturer at the Federal College of Education, Akoka, she is currently the Executive Director of a major foundation here in Nigeria. Dr. Akin Aina is a women and children’s rights activist and an experienced education sector evaluator with over 25 years’ experience in teaching, research, grant making, project and programs management in addition to CSO organising and management.

Olufemi Bankele

Board Member

He is a highly qualified and experienced accountant who also started his professional life as a teacher. He holds a National Certificate of Education from the University Of Lagos College of Education. Among other organizations he worked for Triplex in Ibadan, Costain Lagos and OBM before setting up his own private accounting company.

Joke Silva

Board Member

She is a women and children’s rights activist, veteran actress and proprietress of Lufodo Academy for Performing Arts. She is also the Managing Director/Studio Head of Malete Film Village a unit of Kwara State University since January 2013. Joke Silva went from Lufodo Group of companies where she was Managing Director. As Managing Director of the group, she green lighted projects for stage, film, television and radio, one of which was the cultural arm of Nigeria’s entry for the 2012 Olympics in London where Lufodo presented three theatrical plays, a collection of poetry and a Film Festival at the theatre Royal Stratford East a.k.a Nigerian House. She has been acting for over thirty years on the platform of television, film, radio and theatre. She is the UN Goodwill Ambassador against Trafficking in persons TIP, a board member Genesis House, a shelter for trafficked girls, Goodwill Ambassador Freedom Foundation, Vice Chairman Aart of Life Foundation. She is the recipient of several awards. The AWDF has partnered with LAPA to host the African Women in Film Forum.