The mid-term break for the FIRST term begins today, and we are eternally grateful to God for
such a rewarding and brilliant start to the 2017/2018 academic session. Students’ progress
reports based on the overall assessment from class task, homework, continuous assessment
test and projects done so far will be sent out today. Parents are encouraged to review their
progress with a view to identifying areas where their inputs may be needed.
The Homework Journal remains our effective medium of passing information to the parents
on a daily basis. Parents are expected to look out for the homework timetable and the
teachers’ comments. Parents are encouraged to give us their feedback on the space meant
Other media of communication are; The Newsletter, News and Events. All these are found on
the school website.
Mid-term and Holiday Projects are transmitted to the students through their different pages on
our portal. Also note that henceforth students’ results will be sent through the same channel;
the parents are expected to print them out.
JUNIOR CERTIFICATE RESULTS
Summary of the Basic Education Certificate Examination Result (BECE 2017)
Achieving A’s in English — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 92%
Achieving A & C in English — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — -100%
Achieving A & C in Mathematics– — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — -97%
Achieving A & C in Basic Science — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 100%
Achieving A & C in all other subjects — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 100%
One of the significant factors attributable to our sterling performance in the last external
examination is our focus on student centred and activity-based teaching/learning. Our
students are encouraged to harness their spirit of enquiry and become collaborators in the
teaching/learning process. Lessons are effectively assessed and feedback given to the
students at the shortest possible time. Time has also been allotted for research to help
broaden the scope of our students and make them capable of analysing issues from a
Our relentless pursuit of excellence has made us to have the highest expectation of ourselves
and our students. In line with this, no stone is left unturned towards preparing our students for
our first Cambridge Checkpoint Examination. 2:50pm-3:30pm of every week day is reserved
for Checkpoint Examination based coaching with a weekly testing to determine its
Midterm assessments have just been concluded and the Continuous Assessment Test
This assessment is a diagnostic one and will help us in charting a new course for remaining
part of the term.
Career Day was successfully conducted for the Year 10 students. It was a day of exposition
and decision making. The students were given the right information to enable them make a
good choice in their future career path.
Our appreciation goes to the parents who turned up for the event in spite of their tight
schedule. We wish to encourage other parents to always be more involved in their student’s
academic life. Parents whose children are planning to study outside the shores of the country
after their WAEC and IGCSE are encouraged to make enquiries about the requirements so
as to help their wards align their choices to them. A stitch in time saves nine.
All our students are given a homework journal. This is used for the documentation of the
homework given for proper monitoring. Parents are expected to be observant and supervise
them to make sure that the homework is effectively done.
Another purpose of this journal is to provide a medium of communication between the
teachers and parents. The COMMENT COLUMN is for the teachers while the REMARK
section is reserved for feedbacks from the parents. We enjoin all parents to collaborate with
us to making this a success.
WORLD FOOD DAY
On October 16, 2017, our students joined the rest of the world in celebrating the creation of
the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), WORLD FOOD DAY. This was meant to
promote worldwide awareness and action for those who suffer from hunger and for the need
to ensure food security and nutritious diets for all. The theme for this year is Change the
Future of Migration.
Our students are encouraged to participate in the POSTER CONTEST. They are to create a
poster that will illustrate the theme and creatively interpret some of the underlying causes of
migration, and actions that can be taken to allow people to stay at home, when it is safe to do
This break starts on Thursday, 19th October, 2017 and ends on Friday, 20th October, 2017.
The students are to resume on Monday 23rd October, 2017. Projects and homework will be
due for submission on that day.