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72 Raymond Njoku

Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria

8:00AM - 4:00PM

Monday to Friday


+234 702 799 9797


72 Raymon

Njoku Ikoyi

7:30AM - 5:00PM

Monday to Friday

About Us

Frequently Asked Questions About Us

Academic Unit

It is for four weeks. This is to be spread from end of Year 9 to Year 12.

The aim is to expose the students to real life experience of what they are learning in class and about the profession they want to pursue as a career.

We run a blended curriculum-that is British and Nigeria curricula

  • Junior school: At the junior school level students are prepared for Cambridge Checkpoint and Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) organized by National Examination Council (NECO).
  • Senior school: At the senior school level students are prepared for International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examination and West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

A typical school day starts by 6.30 a.m. with supervised morning prep followed by classes at 7.20am to 2.10p.m. By 2.10p.m, students go for lunch and siesta; by 4.00pm they are out for afternoon prep. Afternoon prep holds from 4.00p.m to 6.00p.m. Dinner starts shortly after and ends by 7.00pm. Night prep starts 7.00pm to 10p.m for senior school and 7.00p.m to 9.30p.m for junior school.

Teacher-students ratio is one teacher to seven students.

The average class size is 20 students per class

Yes. Approved school trips are categorised as compulsory or optional. The following are classified as compulsory:

  • In Year 7, students tour some important monuments, factories and historical places in Abeokuta and environment for cross-curricular subjects
  • In Year 8, students go for French Immersion Programme to a francophone country in West Africa
  • In Year 11, students they go to sea school in Lagos for leadership training.

Optional trips include the Ambassador Leadership Programme (Year 7 -11) and Global Youth Leadership Conference (GYLC). Both are held in Washington, United States of America.

The COBIS MUN (Council of British International Schools) is rotational among the member schools of COBIS, while the African Leadership Academy Model United Nations Conference (ALAMAU) strictly for Year 11 students, is held in South Africa

A lesson period is 35 minutes, but most lessons are double periods given us 70 minutes on the average.

Student with a cumulative average of 70% including Mathematics and English are promoted without further consideration.

Promotion of students performing below 70% will need to be discussed and extenuating circumstances considered before the school takes a decision.

Students’ safety is paramount and is given priority attentionWe have fire drills, and lock down drills termly to prime the students and our security unit in readiness for emergency situation.

It is used as a tool for research work, doing assignments and tests

The school has 30 clubs categorized into service club, action club and creative club. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays evening are sports days. Our students go for competitions (sporting, literal and creative arts) also.

Yes. The stance of the school is zero tolerance for bullying.

There are live-in house parents who are always there with the students, teachers as mentors to support the students and class teachers who sit right there in class with them. In addition to these there is a Counselling and Students Learning Enhance Programme (SLEP) department that is in charge of students with learning and emotional challenges.

Teachers are assigned to teach them English from the scratch. Subject teachers teach and assess them using differentiated strategy.

Teachers are sent on short courses depending on the training need of the teachers. The school organizes a fortnight in-house training for teachers. Departments hold their meeting fortnightly discussing the best practices. Year group meeting for collaborating on subjects alignment is held three times in a term.

Universities and A-Level schools


The school fees consist: Tuition fee, Boarding fee, (and for new intakes) Development levy, Cost of uniforms, Medical test, and other sundry fees covering Pocket money, Club fees, Book wrapping and Bus shuttle service which is optional.

Full fees are expected to be paid on or before resumption or at the latest within 2 weeks of resumption.

There is a 5% discount on tuition for a child that has a sibling.

Development levy is not refundable.

Uniforms can only be sown or bought from the school’s fashion houses

There is a 5% discount on the annual tuition paid.

Year 9 & Year 12 classes are terminal classes i.e. examination classes and it is the school’s policy that the annual fees be paid in 2 instalments i.e. first and second term.

Our parents make transfers and it is acceptable but we advise that such transfers be detailed to include the names of the student(s) in whose favour payment is being made.

We do not accept cheques but we take bank drafts from parents

School fees other than acceptance deposits for new admission are refundable subject to 10% administrative charge.

The school bank account are as below.





STANBIC IBTC, 0003427405