CURRICULUM

As an international school, we are proud to provide the highest possible standard of education to our students.

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 EYFS 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´┐Żs 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 following subjects are offered at the Primary School School level
English Language
Mathematics
Basic Science
Social Studies
Agricultural Science
Home Economics
Computer Science
Quantitative Reasoning
Verbal Reasoning
Civic Education Christian
Religious Studies
French
Elocution Handwriting
Cultural & Creative Arts (Fine Art/Music)
Cambridge International Schools Junior School offers a broad and balanced curriculum based on the National Curriculum of England and Wales. The inspiring teaching staff at Cambridge International School Junior reflects the international and interdenominational nature of the school. All our teachers are highly qualified and have an excellent knowledge of the British Education System.

Subjects taught include:

1. English
2. Mathematics
3. Science
4. Information and Communication Technology
5. Physical Education
6. History
7. Geography
8. Art and Design and Technology
9. Religious Education
10. Music
11. Personal Development
12. Social Studies
13. Health Education and French (From Years 1 to 6)
At the Senior Secondary School level, subjects offered are also in line with the Nigerian Education Research and Development Council (NERDC) Curriculum WAEC and NECO syllabi:
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
MATHEMATICS
CIVIC EDUCATION
FISHERY PHYSICS
CHEMISTRY
BIOLOGY
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
FURTHER MATHEMATICS
ECONOMICS
GOVERNMENT
GEOGRAPHY
TECHNICAL
DRAWING
COMPUTER STUDIES
CHRISTIAN
RELIGIOUS STUDIES
LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
COMMERCE
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING