Our Curriculum

Curriculum

Our Curriculum

The educational work at Imaad is guided by a rich blend of educational philosophies, including Montessori in the Nursery section. On the religious aspects, we adopt the universal Islamic/Arabic curriculum. Our Language ethos is based on the premise of Globalization where every nation needs to trade and interact for synergy. We believe that our pupils are the future catalyst for growth in the world economy and we recognize the need to make them highly competitive, hence we have chosen prominent languages like Arabic, French and Chinese.

We deliver the British and Nigerian Curricula in the Primary section. At the end of their primary education, they are presented for the Primary Checkpoint, an assessment independently set and marked by Cambridge International Examination and the Nigerian Common Entrance. Secondary students undergo the Checkpoint and IGCSE along with their Nigerian exams. Students in the hostel go through the mandatory 5 years Hifz program.

Our enrichment programs include Programming, modelling and coding, Diction and decorum, Field trips, Martial arts, Swimming, Science clubs, Maths clubs, Spelling Bee competitions, Inter-school drama and Quiz competitions, Inter-school debate, etc.

Facilities

At Imaad, We have a wide range of educational resources and facilities to create an appropriate ambience to facilitate learning under the supervision and support of our well-trained teachers. Our school library is well stocked with latest International/National children authors to encourage, enrich and stimulate our students; the science laboratory is built to world class standard to expose our student to sophisticated hands-on experience, our ICT laboratory is adequately equipped with computers to allow individual use.

We offer English, Arabic, French languages taught by indigenous speakers and well-trained professionals. Older children experience individual reading groups, Language classes, Karate and Swimming lessons are offered as optional extra-curricular activities and are ‘taught’ by specialist tutors.