School Clubs

Typically, co-curricular activities are carried out outside the normal classrooms but they supplement academic curriculum and help in learning by doing. These activities help children to develop problem-solving, reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, and collaborative abilities.

This is why the importance of co-curricular activities is immense. Click club title to expand.

This program engages your child in sporting activities that will help groom him/her in fundamentals of football, basketball, and athletics, as well as developing team spirit and the art of sportsmanship.

A club where children train with professional coaches to learn various types and styles of dances. There will be opportunities for children to perform at different times to the admiration of their parents and/or the entire school community.

Our talented music coach takes the children through the rudiments of music to its production. The children in this club learn to play different musical instruments and are given the opportunity to perform solos or accompaniments.

Children are helped to consolidate their love for books and the art of reading and comprehension, with an understanding of expression, pace, and articulation.

This club covers all forms of board games; like chess, scrabble, monopoly, etc. The instructor takes one board game per term and children learn to take turns, strategise and play these games in a friendly atmosphere.

Bible stories are shared in fun and interactive ways, sometimes with arts and crafts materials.

The catechism club prepares Catholic children for Holy Communion and consolidates their faith in the Lord.

Islamic club helps Muslim children consolidate their religious convictions.

French will be taught in a deeper dimension in this club. As the school expands, more foreign languages will be included. Nigerian Languages Club: Children will have the opportunity of learning additional Nigerian languages if they wish. The child chooses one of the three major languages.

In etiquette club, we will discuss telephone etiquette, how to meet people, receive visitors and perform house chores.

The emphasis of this club is on first aid and general health matters.

Little chef club is a cooking club for children focused on cultivating the joy of cooking and helping your child adopt healthy eating habits.

This club teaches the primary method of allowing intercommunication between humans and machines.

Teaches the act of turning passion into solving life problems through a step-by-step mentoring process.

Children are taught to create characters and bring motion and life to the characters.

Children are taught to use simple stitches to create outstanding outfits.

Karate is not only a combat sport but also a way of life for enthusiasts around the globe. It originated from Japan and participants use their arms, legs and feet in the act.

A classical dance form that requires grace and precision. It employs formalized steps and gestures set in intricate, flowing patterns to create expression through movement.

Children will learn basic acting techniques and theatre terminology for their level. Drama is designed to teach students how to work together in groups, think critically, use their imagination, discover new ideas, and solve problems.

The steam club is aimed at building the concepts of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, arts and craft culture into the children.

The Lego club creates a synergy between creative play fun and learning using Lego and some of the most relevant techniques, mechanisms, and materials available.

In the energy club, children are introduced to petrochemicals and renewable energy in general.

The gymnastics club helps to build strength, balance, agility, mental alertness and muscle coordination in children.