Based on wide research into major international curricula, the Nigerian curriculum inclusive, we developed a curriculum that has extensive extra and cross-curricular linkages that is project and enquiry based and focused on building the skills that will ensure success in the 21st century.
The scope of teaching is clearly to align with teachings that will promote lifelong learning and survival skills for the 21st Century. Skills like collaboration across Networks, Critical thinking and Problem solving, Adaptability, Initiative, Effective Oral and Written Communication, Curiosity and Imagination, accessing and analyzing Information.
The core of any educational institution is learning and our Schools in her culture of continuous improvement has embarked on further enrichment of her curriculum with the International Primary Curriculum (IPC).
The IPC, used in over 80 countries, is a comprehensive, thematic and creative curriculum, which encourages active and co-operative learning, research as well as children taking responsibility for their learning. The IPC strategies will help children to acquire lifelong skills and prepare them for the fast changing world we live in.
The enrichment of our curriculum with the IPC gives the children the following:-
- Sense of self-identity – Nigerian children who are global
- International mindedness
- Broad based knowledge of their immediate environment and the world as a whole.
- Experimental learning
- Ability to embrace and celebrate diversity
- Awareness and interest in global issues
- Islamic education and teaching of the prophet.