Curriculum

 

Thursday, 13 December, 2018

Curriculum

Extra Curriculum Activities

The School aims at providing a wide and balanced Curriculum to meet the academic, social, moral and Spiritual needs of the student.

The School has policies, action plans and schemes of work for all its extra curriculum activities. Extra curriculum activities are organized by a team of staff. Each club or society has a club patron and other support staff that manages the activities of each club.

Student are compelled to be members in one religious society, (Muslim or Christian) and to be a member of at least a club. There are more than twelve (12) different clubs in the school and each meets once a week for about one hour.

Students are given the opportunity to choose their own club, after an orientation on what each club does has being given to them.

Membership Fees

A registration fee of 1,000 naira is paid by each club member annually. Club/society member may be asked to pay more for intending project.

 

Meeting Days

Meeting days are notified to student at the beginning of each term and left on the school notice board as a reminder. Meeting halls for each club/society are specified on the notice board

 

List of Clubs

  • ICT
  • Examination Ethics
  • Young Farmers
  • Health
  • Literacy and Debating Club
  • Music/ Choral/ Dance Club
  • Creative / Theatre Art
  • Home Maker Club
  • Junior Engineers/ Science/ JETS
  • Press Club
  • French
  • Pottery/ Stamps/ Clubs
  • Ma-o-war/ Girls Guide/ Red cross/ Scouts
  • Mathematics

Society

  • FCS- Fellowship of Christian Student
  • MSS- Muslim Student Society

Inter House Tournament

  • Basket Ball
  • Badminton
  • Volley Ball
  • Indoor Games
  • Table Tennis
  • Billiard Games
  • Swimming
  • Athletics (Track and Field games)

Prefects

Prefects are given the supervisory role of ensuring the keeping of school rules and regulations. Their role in this respect is essential to ensure peace and well-being of the entire school community.

Objectives:

  • To afford student early training and responsibility
  • To afford student to acquire organizational ability
  • To inculcate leadership qualities.
  • To make them appreciate problems of fellow student and make recommendations,

Type of Prefectships

  • Class prefect
  • School prefects

 

Class Prefect

These are prefects chosen to represent form Tutors/Subjects Tutors duties while in class or in projects. Such student must be of a good conducts and able to keep the class information and informed.

School Prefect

These are chosen from the senior classes to represent the whole school. They are student of good conduct and ability to rule.

Note: Class prefect or School prefect could be a male or female with outstanding qualities.

 

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