Curriculum & Co-curricular Activities
(Crèche, Nursery and Primary School)
The school runs the Nigeria, British National and integrates other foreign curriculum which prepare children for a smooth transition from the Early Years in infant School to Year 6 where the primary School curriculum ends, preparing the children to a smooth transition to the College.
The curriculum is designed to cater for The Early Years Foundation Stage. This include the Seven Areas of Learning and Development, and care of children from birth to 5 years old. Your child will mostly be taught through games and play.
The seven areas of learning are:
- Communication and language
- Personal, social and emotional development
- Physical development
- Understanding the world and;
- Expressive arts and design
The school offers a wide, flexible and dynamic curriculum designed in such a way that pupils would be exposed to a wide range of knowledge which is in line with global best practices.
The primary curriculum is made up of ten (10) subjects. These are:
- English Studies ( Comprehension, Grammar, Creative Writing, Verbal Aptitude and Literature)
- Mathematics (Numeracy and Quantitative Aptitude)
- Basic Science and Technology (Basic Science, Basic Technology and Information Technology)
- Religious and Value Education ( Social Studies, Civic Education, Security Education, Physical & Health Education and Religious Studies)
- Pre-vocational Studies (Home Economics and Agriculture)
- Cultural and Creative Art (Music and Arts)
- General Knowledge
- Indigenous Languages
CO- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Considering the fact that having a wide range of experiences prepare people better for the future, especially in today’s uncertain world and conscious of the need to produce dynamic pupils, we offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities. The school encourages active participation in various activities that would enhance their personalities; therefore, a pupil is to be a member of at least one of the following societies/clubs:
- Red Cross Society,
- Home makers,
- Ballet and Jets club (STEM).