nursery-shool-thumbnail REQUIREMENTS:

  • Change of clothing
  • 2 meals (breakfast & lunch) and a drink (non-fizzy)
  • Some diapers

Below are suggestions of the kind of food that can be brought:

  • Rice
  • Sandwiches
  • Pasta such as spaghetti
  • Fried plantain / potato chips
  • Any kind of cereal such as custard, cornflakes, cerelac e.t.c; particularly for breakfast.
  • Cooked noodles (Indomie)

nursery-shool-thumbnail REQUIREMENTS:

  • Lunch bag / box
  • Disposable nappies are to be brought if they are not yet toilet – trained
  • A change of clothing is also required if they are not yet toilet – trained
  • A meal and / or snack and a drink (non – fizzy). For the kind of food that can be brought, please see above. Examples of snacks are biscuits, meat/chicken pies, cake etc. However, we would not recommend these snacks on a regular basis or as the sole meal of the day


  • English language (Grammar, creative writing / composition, reading / comprehension, spelling / vocabulary development)
  • Mathematics
  • Geography
  • Sciences – Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
  • Social studies & citizenship
  • ICT*
  • Verbal Reasoning*
  • Quantitative Reasoning*
  • Non – verbal Reasoning*
  • Music
  • French
  • Home Economics
  • Art
  • Vocational Studies
  • Hand writing
  • C. R. K.

Primary-school-thumbnail REQUIREMENTS:

  • School bag and lunch box
  • A meal and / or snacks and a drink
  • File jacket


  • English language (Grammar, creative writing / composition, reading / comprehension, spelling / vocabulary development, Language Art)
  • Mathematics
  • Geography
  • Science- Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
  • Social studies & citizenship
  • ICT*
  • Verbal Reasoning*
  • Quantitative Reasoning*
  • Non – verbal Reasoning*
  • Music
  • French
  • Home Economics
  • Art
  • Vocational Studies
  • Hand writing
  • C. R. K.
  • Elocution/li>
  • E-Reading/li>

The State Government issues attestation to all graduating pupils in Primary 6 (since the UBE was introduced).
Cambridge Checkpoint Exams administered by the University of Cambridge and Certificates Issued (International benchmark for English-as-a-second Language, Mathematics, Science, ICT Starters, Global Perspectives and Art & Designs).


    Otherwise known as Junior School (Jss 1-3) Year 7 – 9, caters for students between the ages of 10-13years of age
    At the end of first 3 Years, students are assessed using the following International & Local Examinations bodies:

  • Junior NECO/WAEC Exams (Federal)
  • State Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)
  • Cambridge Assessment (Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint Exams) English-as-a-second Language, Mathematics, Science, ICT Starters, Global Perspectives and Art and Designs


  • English language
  • Mathematics
  • Basic Science
  • Basic Technology
  • Agricultural Science
  • Social studies
  • History
  • Information & Comm. Technology
  • Cultural & Creative Arts – Fine Arts and Music
  • Civic Education
  • Home Economics
  • Christian Rel. Knowledge
  • Business Studies
  • French Language
  • Igbo Language
  • Yoruba Language


    The Senior School also refers to as the Senior Secondary School (SSS 1 – 3), caters for students between the ages of 14-16 years of age.

  • Senior NECO/WAEC Exams (Federal)
  • Cambridge Assessment (International General Certificate of Secondary Education – IGCSE)

    Subjects offered are categorized under the following:
    LANGUAGES: English Language, French.
    SCIENCE: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
    HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES: Economics, Geography, Cambridge Global Perspectives, History, Literature (English), Religious Studies, Sociology.
    MATHEMATICS:Additional Mathematics, Mathematics.
    CREATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL: Accounting, Art and Design, Business Studies, Computer Science
    Design and Technology, Information and Communication Technology, Music, Physical Education, Photography, Data Processing, Electrical Installation & Maintenance Craft Practice, Garment Making.


  • Football
  • Table-Tennis
  • 3-D Drawing
  • Entrepreneurship

Subjects Overview

English is about communication in speech and writing. Whatever you want to do later in life, you will need to be able to communicate. The English curriculum covers speaking and listening, reading, writing, spelling and handwriting. Elements are taught separately but must be combined as a cohesive process for language acquisition.

Literacy is taught to whole classes and groups using a variety of texts which include a core reading scheme that has been selected to give children experience of a wide variety of text forms including fiction, poetry and non – fiction. Children will choose and bring home books from the class and school libraries as well as books they have worked with in class guided reading times.

Speaking, listening and writing activities frequently come from books read and shared but also arise from other curriculum areas. Children are encouraged to write independently using their developing knowledge of letter sounds and patterns as they attempt words themselves. As they progress, children are grouped for the focused teaching of spelling.

We believe that Mathematics is an integral part of everyday life and contributes to the development of science and technology. It is essential to the development of logical thought and provides enjoyment, fascination and a means of solving problems. Our aim is to provide a sound mathematical basis in knowledge, skills and understanding.
There is a fully resourced lab, designed to teach the elements of Physics, Biology and Chemistry at the fundamental level. Science gives opportunities for children to find out about and make sense of their world. We aim to encourage and build upon the child’s natural curiosity, interests and experiences in a systematic way, and develop the skills necessary for scientific understanding and knowledge. In the early stages of education communication skills in particular, are central to the formulation of ideas and questions, the planning and evaluation of activities.
We aim to develop the children’s experiences and confidence in using Information and Communication Technology. This is vital for the age in which we live and the technological aspect which is part or our everyday life. To support and enhance their learning we develop skills in storing, selecting and analyzing information, through the use of computers, word processors, tape recorders and robots. The ICT suite enables whole class teaching of ICT skills to be timetabled weekly.
Geography is approached through the study of red places, using thematic study through inquiry, giving pupils the opportunity to ask questions, examine audience, and search for patterns and attempt explanations of the world in which they live. Children are given the opportunity to develop an awareness of the past. This is presented through stories both written and oral, pictures, artifacts and educational. Focusing on the child’s skills in investigation, exploration and an understanding of the world in which we live. The children are also encouraged to find out about the world beyond their local environment and investigate issues relating to conversation.
Music is seen as ideal medium for exploring and understanding our own and other traditions and cultures, giving opportunities for participatory and collaborative work. Children learn a wide range of songs, have opportunities for instrumental composition and performance and are encouraged to listen to diverse repertoire
We encourage the children to express their observations, imagination, ideas and feelings through a variety of media. In this way we help the children to investigate materials and their uses, and increase their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the artistic world.
In P.E we aim to make the children physically active through gymnastics, games and dance. Gymnastic encourages the children to perform basic actions and develop control and poise. They are given the opportunity to practice, adapt, and improve their skills using the floor and apparatus. Children experience a variety of games equipment both indoor and outdoor, learning how to co-operate with each other and how to be a team member. Dance develops the children’s controls, co-ordination, balance and poise. Children can explore moods and feelings and develop rhythmic response.
To promote the importance of physical well-being and involvement in sport, we plan carefully to develop co-ordination, control and techniques. These will support a variety of sporting activities and encourages co-operation and team spirit.
A vital part of the curriculum where children are exposed to favourite Bible characters and stories. This also teaches values, morals and an insight into whom God is, how, and why he created man.
Creative writing and thinking
Quantitative aptitude
Map reading and Town Planning
World’s physical features and population
Income distribution
Bible Studies
Moral Instruction
Physical Process
Life processes and their properties
Materials and their properties
The purpose of phonics instruction is to enable children understand the relationship between written letters and spoken sounds. Phonics instruction produces the results when letter-sound relationships are taught in a clearly defined sequence – instruction includes the letter-sound relationship of both written words and sounds has proven to be effective in improving children’s decoding skills.

Progress Reports

Report on your child’s progress is given once a term for the Primary pupils and at the end of the school year for the Nursery pupils. The purpose of these reports is to keep you informed of your child’s progress and abilities at various stages. Should you require further information on your child’s progress, we will be happy to discuss with you at your convenience.

In addition to the reports given to the nursery pupils, the crèche also issues Child Welfare Reports on a daily basis, detailing a nappy changes, sleep times, meals and other activities.