Learning at SCIS

No fun! No learning! Learning at SCIS is fun and inclusive.

Learning at SCIS

SCIS is a purpose-built school, equipped to a high standard with an excellent range of resources, including a library – well-stocked with classic and contemporary writings, a science lab, an ICT room, a language room, an art room, sporting facilities and a well-equipped music room to provide pupils with exposure to musical instruments at an early stage.

All classes are equipped with smart boards to enrich learning. The school is also well-spaced and has a large playing field and nature trail.

  • School structure

The school adopts a rich and creative curriculum designed to meet the needs of all our pupils while preparing them for eventual secondary school acceptance. Our curriculum is broadly based, integrating the Nigerian National Curriculum, with aspects of the American and British Curricular.

Recognizing, that there is a wide variety of academic abilities represented; SCIS strives to provide a high-quality and stimulating academic program.

SCIS operates the Universal Basic Education (UBE) 6:3:3:4 system as recommended by the National Council on Education, i.e terminates at grade 6. The school is divided into 3 main departments – the  Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) – Little Scholars’; the Junior Elementary; and the Upper Elementary departments. Each department is headed by experienced and capable supervisors. Learners are inspired to achieve the utmost through hands-on activities-based learning.

  • Skills Development

The school embeds the 21st-century core skills in the teaching-learning process:  citizenship, collaboration and communication, creativity and imagination, critical thinking and problem-solving, digital literacy, student leadership and personal development are our focus in skill development during learning for all key areas. 


STEAM education is a part of our curriculum. Pupils are exposed to hands-on laboratory-type experiences that help develop their core skills.

We have a variety of computer programs employed in teaching,  as pupils participate in computer-based accelerated learning and engineering design process that help them use the acquired problem-solving skills to complete tasks.

Admission is ongoing