We started the term with the SPORTSMANSHIP SPIRIT.

The students were fully involved in their different houses during all sports activities geared towards the sports festival.

The Sports Festival held on the 8th of March, 2019 was indeed a tight and competitive one. All houses were fully represented. Houses that competed were: Blue Beryl, Red Rubellite, Yellow  Titanite and Green Garnet with Blue Beryl emerging as winner. We want to say a big THANK YOU to our parents for being supportive during this period.


As part of the Medifield Health care services, the Health Week was held from the 18th – 22nd of March, 2019. There were workshops on “Ear Care”. The pupils had their ears checked by the Audiologist. The results of the tests were issued accordingly to the parents.

Forty-four (44) pupils were said to have too much wax in the ear after the test. We implore parents to kindly comply with the Audiologist’s recommendations for treatment.

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Our vocational classes have grown in strength since their inauguration. We have the baking, carpentry, hairdressing, ICT, tailoring,  make up and body affairs clubs. Also, we appeal to parents to support our vocational classes. We know that the clubs are free but parents should support their children by purchasing the items needed for their club’s projects.

Our students represented us in Inter-school sports competitions in schools like;

The Lagoon School where we emerged 2nd position,

New Hall School: the 3rd position and

Almond School where we emerged 1st and 2nd position respectively for the boys and the girls.


Students that represented the school were:

•Treasure Ojo
•Jason Nwankwo
•Jesse adewale
•Ayodeji Adeyemi
•Chukwuziterem Chukwu
•Oluwatimilehin Afolabi
•Divine Fiolu
•Kaycey Atseyinku
•Victor Adewale
•Jessica Adewale

•Amarachi Okoli
•Paris Atseyinku
•Jasmine Nwosu
•Karissa Nwosu
•Kirstyn Sagbe
•Anna Audu
•Nabila Abdulsalaam
•Efemena Idenedo
•Esther Oritsefemi
•Kanyinsola Ogunade

On Tuesday, 23rd of July, 2019, the summer school pupils made a flower with a fork using embroidery technique.

The junior school pupils were not left out as the practised their number writing and reading of words with consonant blends this summer which started on Monday, 22nd July, 2019.

The upper elementary pupils were fully engaged on Monday, 22nd of July, 2019, as they resumed for the summer enrichment program. They worked on their numeracy and grammar (noun).

A cross-section of the year 6 extension class, which started on Monday 22nd of July, 2019. In preparation for up coming secondary school entrance examinations. Topics treated math: Basic operation, English: Antonyms and synonyms, General paper.

Extension teaching sessions of Math and English for middle school pupils commenced this Monday, 22nd July, 2019. Topics like Development of numbers, prime numbers and prime factors were treated under Math and under English they treated the topic: Parts of speech

MS3 extension classes were taught these topics on Monday, 22nd July 2019.

Math: Whole numbers

English: Speech work

Computer: Digital devices

Basic Science: Brief history of physical science/measurement

Social studies: human trafficking

Basic tech: Career prospect in technology.



To improve their academic performance for next term, the lower elementary summer classes treated these topics today, Thursday, 25th July 2019.

Math: Statistics (Data collection)

English: Synonyms


The pastry class today, 25th July 2019 was exciting as the summer school pupils got their hands working. they made delicious, Nigerian deep-fried snack, chin chin.

Pictorial subtraction was the Math topic for today, 25th July, 2019 while the Language arts topic was sight words for junior school summer pupils.

The year 6 extension class did the topics, fractions and decimals for Math. They also extensively reviewed English and General paper past questions on Thursday, 25th July, 2019.

Middle school 3 extension classes were taught the following subjects and topics:

Math: Other bases of number

English: Introduction to formal and informal letters

Basic Science: Measurement

Basic technology: Production of wood (contd)

Home Economics: Textile production (video)

The middle school classes were taught place value system and sequences in Math while in English they were taught introduction to formal and informal letters and features of nouns on the 25th July,2019.

The upper elementary pupils practised their numbers more as well as their spelling on Friday, 26th July, 2019.

The year 6 extension class ended the week with the following topics: Decimals in Math and revision of English past questions papers.

The middle school summer classes on Friday, 26th July, 2019 were taught numbers and numeration, squares and squares root in Math while in English they taught, introduction to the types of composition and writing introduction to narrative essay.

The middle school 3 extension classes were taught the following on Friday 26th July, 2019.

English: Introduction to fiction and non-fiction

Basic science: Atoms and molecules

Civic education: Illiteracy

Social studies: Harmful traditional practices (contd).