FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We are here to provide answers to some of your questions.
The school’s curriculum is a good blend of Nigerian and other international curricula and enriched with the International Primary Curriculum (IPC).
School resumes at 7.50am and closes at 2.10pm. However, Fridays are usually for club activities and school closes at 2.30pm on such days
Admission forms are available at the school’s business office from the first Monday in February of every year
Admission from the nursery into the primary is automatic but pupils take diagnostic reading assessments.
Parents bring in their children and pick them up after school. The school does not run a bus shuttle. However, some parents subscribe to trusted bus services.
No, the school does not provide lunch for pupils but there are independent food vendors recognised by the school who provide lunch for children of interested parents
The ratio of pupils to teachers is at most twenty- five (25) pupils to two (2) teachers per class from the nursery to primary two and at most twenty- five (25) pupils to one (1) teacher per class from primary three to six.
The books used are books that cover every aspect of the curriculum.
The school participates fully in both internal and external competitions, which can be either local or international.
Information gets to parents through newsletters sent by e-mails, text messages or hard copies
We have a wide range of co-curricular activities in our schools. Every child must belong to at least two Clubs: one non-fee paying and one fee paying. The clubs include Chess, Drama, Red Cross, football, Taekwondo, Brownies, French, and Music etc. These club activities are vital to the mental and physical development of every child.
Pupils go on various field trips where they learn and gain experiences, which complement the knowledge gained in class and prepare them for greater tasks ahead.
During birthday celebrations, pupils come with a birthday cake and packet drinks. Party packs are not allowed and pupils are to come to school in their school uniforms.
Pupils can have foods like sandwiches, biscuits, healthy drinks, vegetables and fruits. No oily foods allowed.
No, we do not engage in afterschool services except for club activities that run from 2.30pm – 3.30pm.
The school has achieved so much over the years and is still achieving. Aside raising children who have a world class education, integrity, ethics, high moral standards and fulfilment in their various endeavours, we still record successes in various competitions, entrance of our pupils into benchmark schools and excellence in academic and non-academic activities to mention but a few.The organisation is fortunate to have committed Trust Council members and staff who have put the school before themselves. We have been able to build a strong, independent and international educational system that works.