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Academic Programme

THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

Our first priority in the nursery classes is to provide a prepared environment combined with a sense of order and security. Once children feel ‘at home’ in the classroom situation and also understand acceptable behavior, the process of acquiring necessary skills and concepts can begin. By the end of their years in the nursery school, they would have learnt to read. They would be able to recognize and spell common words and read them in sentences and use books for enjoyment and reference. A good understanding of numbers and shapes would have been developed too. They will have learnt songs and listened to stories, often acting out simpler versions.


HOMEWORK

Children in the nursery are given homework, and it is expected that parents will supervise their homework and sign off in the communication book.


SUBJECTS IN NURSERY SCHOOL

  • Language and communication skill(vocabulary development)
  • Numeracy(number readiness)
  • Hand writing
  • Phonics
  • Social habits
  • Health habits
  • Creativity
  • Rhymes & songs
  • Reasoning skills
  • Practical life
  • Science/ PSED

THE PRIMARY CURRICULUM

In line with our vision of providing world- class education, the Fruitful Ville School offers an enriched, school – developed curriculum. Our curriculum is a rich and unique blend of the best from the British curriculum and the Nigerian curriculum. The curriculum with a wide scope of learning includes subjects not presently included in the Nigerian curriculum and adding to the content and context of existing subjects. We have identified learning outcomes at each stage of development and use up-to-date teaching methodologies, quality textbooks, materials and resources.

Our main pride is the ease with which our children cope and are able to stand out in other schools both within and outside the country. Children are encouraged to pay attention in the class and participate actively in lessons.

  THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

The objective of the academic programme is to develop the knowledge and intellectual skills required for success.

SUBJECTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL

  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Sciences
  • ICT
  • Physical / health education
  • Vocational aptitude
  • Creative and cultural arts
  • French
  • Yoruba
  • Handwriting
  • Christian religious knowledge
  • Chess
  • Diction
  • Social studies
  • Hand writing
  • Reasoning skills

 HOME WORK AND ASSIGNMENTS

Parents are to assist their children where necessary and thereafter sign off in the communication book before taking it back to school for submission. Homework defaulters and tardy presentation are penalized as deemed appropriate by the Head of School.


ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES

Assessment goes on all through each term in form of Directors test, fortnight test and welcome test. This make up part of the term’s total mark at the end of each term‘s examination. The termly project is also an integral part of the assessment.