Treasure House School offers a broad, flexible and challenging curriculum geared towards taking care of the child's physical, intellectual, spiritual and social well being.
Treasure House School offers a broad, flexible and challenging curriculum geared towards taking care of the child's physical, intellectual, spiritual and social well being. Through well planned activities, the children will develop skills to improve language, listening, concentration, learning to work together and to cooperate with other children. They will also learn skills to help them in reading, writing and general child development.
Children ages 3-5 years begin a more structured learning programme using a blend of the foundation stage of the British Curriculum with our own Nigerian Curriculum and also adapted Montessori principles and application.
In the primary we blend the British Primary curriculum with our Nigerian curriculum to give the children the best possible mix and to benefit from the richness of the Nigerian culture and heritage.
Extra Curricular Activities
We offer Extra Curricular activities such as Brownie, Cub Scout, Red Cross, Cookery and Piano. The school runs a versatile Extra Curricular Activity club. Here the children get to do a variety of challenging and exciting activities geared towards the vast interests of children of their ages and which help to enrich their overall educational development. The children are allowed to join a maximum of three clubs each term.
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND COMMUNICATION WITH PARENTS
Parental Involvement is highly valued and we encourage all parents to get involved in the various school activities such as concerts assemblies and outings.
We believe in two-way communication between parents and the school in many ways including the use of Home work diaries, communication books, progress reports, Newsletters, Parent –Teacher Conferences, Parent forums, Parent Workshops and Phone Calls.