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"To provide an excellent English curriculum education whilst embracing Nigerian history and culture within a creative and motivating environment, developing life-long learners who will become global leaders."
1.Confidence 2.Respect 3.Integrity 4.Creativity 5.Service
Our curriculum is the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. This is a play-based curriculum for children from birth to 5 years, which allows children to explore and learn in an environment that is secure and safe yet challenging. Play opportunities are non-stereotypical and available to all children promoting the teaching and learning from a skilled workforce. Within the Excel Framework, teachers provide activities and make assessments judgements based on the seven areas of learning: 3 Prime areas Communication and Language Physical Development Personal, Social and Emotional Development 4 Specific areas Literacy Mathematics Understanding the World Expressive Arts and Design Whilst all learning areas are important and inter-connected, the 3 Prime areas are crucial for igniting children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning, building their capacity to learn and form relationships and thrive. The Specific areas will enable children to be self-motivated learners who are confident to succeed.
The teachers really want to help you Loads of after school activities, I have something I want to do every single night Happy atmosphere Great school trips It’s cool to do well here
High academic standards Excellent exam results – In 2012 92.3% achieved grade A* – C at A Level and almost 50% of all grades at GCSE were A* and A’s An impressive extra-curricular programme, leading to high standards of success in sport, music, art and other activities A happy and rewarding environment offering impressive facilities Well-rounded, confident and intellectually curious pupils
Committed teachers with high expectations of pupils Adherence to the ideal of an all-round education High quality pastoral care Keeping pupils/students challenged and interested in learning Personalised programmes of support Small class sizes
Pastoral care means we use a holistic approach to address the personal, emotional, social, intellectual and moral needs of every pupil. As a result pupils show genuine concern for each other and grow strongly in self-awareness and self-esteem.

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