We operate the British National Curriculum with a blend of the Nigerian Curriculum.
The age range for our early years infant school is 2-5 years. We use the early learning goals which are found in the Early Years Foundation Stage and the Maria Montessori Approach to guide our modeling of the curriculum.
They will be taught through games and play. The areas of learning include:
Personal, emotional and social development
Understanding the world
Expressive arts and design
Primary School under the British Curriculum is organized on the basis of 2 key stages: Key Stage 1 (5 – 7 years) and Key Stage 2 (7 – 11 years).
The British Curriculum aims at getting students ready for Standard Attainment Tests (SATS) at the end of Year 2 and Year 6
The subjects under the British primary school curriculum will comprise both the core and non-core subjects namely:
Computing (Information and Communication Technology (ICT))
Language i.e. French
Art & Design
The Nigerian Curriculum will be taught in conjunction with the British Curriculum for the primary school. Subjects taught under this curriculum include Social Studies, Geography and Nigerian Languages as electives.
At Bowine International School, we believe that outdoor learning is an important part of a good childhood and also important in rasing standards within the school. We will embark on a programme to develop exciting outdoor spaces that can be used throughout the school day including an outdoor classroom, raised beds for planting vegetables, willow tunnels, and so much more. Teachers will use the extensive grounds to integrate outdoor learning within their topic plans right across the curriculum.
Sports & Extra Curricular
There are a wide range of extra curricular activities as well as sports for children of all ages before, during and after school. Details of clubs on offer are sent out at the beginning of each term.