Character development and acquisition of life skills are important to us in primary. Courtesy, Etiquette, French, Diction and Elocution, Presentation Skills, Arts, a Nigerian Language and Music are integral aspects of learning.
A broad rich curriculum with emphasis on life skills, practical wisdom, discovery of talents and innate capacities is deployed. Pupils are supported and inspired to perform beyond their zones of actual development. This is a molding hub. An endless world of discovery happens here. With great pastoral care and support, academic excellence is being pursued with diligence.
Our Primary curriculum is largely British oriented with core subjects being English Language Arts, Mathematics and Sciences (Earth, Life and Physical Sciences). Others are Social Studies/History (Nigerian 1st term & World 2nd & 3rd terms), Agricultural Science and Physical Education. Our curriculum infusions are Diction & Elocution, ICT, Fine and Creative Arts, Music, French, Nigerian languages, Etiquette and Living Values. A wide range of club activities and school activities are included while ensuring a holistic, fun, yet intensive approach to learning. Continuous teacher training, pupil assessment and curriculum evaluation are at the core of our consistent routine to ensure global standards are maintained.
Greenpath Preparatory School is a motivational
and inspirational school where you can explore opportunities to discover and nurture
your talents. Pupils are engaged in drama presentations, debates, spelling bee
competitions, inter-house sports competitions, declamation contests, international school tours and music/talent shows.
Continuous Assessment Tests are taken twice in a term at 20% each, and end of term
assessments at 60%.
Students who have outstanding assessment scores with 80th & 90th percentile are placed on the silver/gold honour roll and awarded certificates. Great conduct is rewarded with the merit barg or star of the week awarded. Honour roll certificates are given at the end of each term. Our pupils’ end of primary assessment results have been highly impressive with 95% scholarship offers and top 5% in external examinations. The Cambridge year 6 checkpoint examinations are also taken to mark the end of elementary education.