OyoSUBEB Learning on Air Radio Lessons Timetable | Pri. 1 - 6

Oyo State Government (OYSG) Announces Commencement of OyoSUBEB Learning-on-Air Radio Lessons Programme in English Language and Mathematics for Primary School Pupils of the State Due to the Ongoing Corona Virus (COVID-19) Pandemic. | See Radio Station for Broadcast of the Daily Lesson Program [Oluyole 98.5 FM, Oke-Ogun 96.3 FM and Ajilete 92.1 FM.].

The Oyo State Government has commenced the OyoSUBEB Learning-on-Air in English Language and Mathematics for Primary School Pupils on the radio.

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This is in fulfillment of Oyo State Government’s promise to reduce the negative impact of schools’ closure as a result of the COVID-19 on pupils.

The ‘OyoSUBEB Learning-on-air’ will be majorly aired on Oluyole 98.5 f.m, while a simulcast would be aired on Oke-Ogun 96.3 f.m and Ajilete 92.1 f.m.

The programme will cover Basic 1-6, which is part of the strategic efforts of Governor Seyi Makinde’s administration to keep pupils busy during the ongoing sit-at-home period and to reduce the negative impacts of school closure on pupils.

The programme is designed to start with the teaching of English language and Mathematics, while other subjects will be included subsequently.

The Programme would be on air from Monday, April 20, 2020 and would run every day, except on Sundays

The lessons would air twice every-day from Monday-Saturday. 

OyoSUBEB Learning on Air Radio Lessons Timetable for Primary Schools | Pri. 1 - 6

OyoSUBEB Learning on air would be broadcast on 
  • Mondays at 10a.m and 4.05p.m; 
  • Tuesdays 10.00a.m. and 4.30p.m
  • Wednesdays at 10a.m. and 4.05p.m.
    Thursdays at 10:30a.m. and 4:30p.m.
  • Fridays at 10a.m. and 3:00p.m
  • while on Saturdays pupils would enjoy the highly interactive programme at 12 noon and 5:00p.m.

Parents and guardians to ensure that their children and wards pay rapt attention to the educational programme and participate actively in the learning process.

It would be recalled that Oyo State Government shut schools in the State to mitigate the spread of the highly-infectious virus.