Introduction Schools and colleges are recognized to be social entities. The process of teaching and acquiring knowledge could be described as an interactive model. This is whereby instructors interact with learners in the school environment. Social and communication skills are therefore important, especially for the learners in such a setting. The student’s behavior could be described as skill based and systematic, many schools and or teachers have behavior expectations, which are even unique to their own system. These expectations from teachers and schools may be completely different from other settings such as peer group, homes and so on. Communication systems that may be employed in such a setting may therefore be different from the school situation.