A placement test is conducted before a child is admitted into a desired class. All test are conducted in English hence, prospective pupils must have an adequate knowledge of the language. The school admits:

SN PRE-AGE CLASSES
A Pre-age -2years
B Pre-age 2-3years
SN NURSERY CLASSES
A NurseryI - 3 – 4 years
B NurseryII - 4– 5 years
SN LOWER PRY (BASIC 1-3)
A Basic 1: 5 -6 years
B Basic II: 6- 7 years
C Basic III: 7-8 years
SN UPPER PRIMARY (BASIC 4-6)
A Basic IV: 8 – 9 years
B Basic V : 9 –10 years
C Basic VI:10-11 years

The curriculum is the planned academic programme we expect our students to conform with. The curriculum is structured to adapt to contemporary learning/teaching practices such as jolly Phonics and Montessori packages. These complement the stipulated Federal Ministry of Education School curriculum.

First steps over the threshold

This represents the first break with the routines of home and the first anxieties for parents. At the Nursery & Primary, we make sure your child feels secure, has access to the best facilities and activities, and receives a gentle introduction to learning.

Facilities:

Learning goes hand in hand with the provision of basic facilities. Gulf flower proudly flaunts:

EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES

The school engages the students in various forms of extracurricular activities to keep them physically, socially and mentally alert. These include: yearly excursions, sporting activities as: taekwondo, swimming and track and field events. They slug it out in clubs like literary and debate society, press club, music club and more. The nation’s traditional heritages are celebrated yearly and horned in the existing cultural groups. Others include choreography and show- and tell.

DRESS CODE:

The pupils’ school uniform is unique and make the look prime and proper. Male pupils wear a blue and white striped shirt and a blue short. The female wear a blue and white striped dress. This goes along with a white pair of stocks and a black leather shoe. The uniform is worn throughout the week except on Wednesdays when they are mandated to wear the school sport wear.

FEEDING:

Boarders are expected to have eaten in the dining area before 7:25am. All day students that bring food to school should eat it only during the short or long break while those without can get hygienically prepared food from the school kitchen.