The policies displayed below provide information on the course of action adopted to mitigate health and safety risks and also provide information on management’s commitment to developing and improving the performance of the school.

Assessment policy

Our assessment policy is a strategy for improvement in which systematic monitoring and assessment of classroom practice is performed to provide a clear diagnosis of how teaching and learning can be more effective.

Teaching and learning is evaluated to identify areas for development and improvement and assess the efficiency of system operations. Pupils in the school are assessed in various ways through class and homework, weekly tests and practical projects.

Aim of assessment

  1. » To assess the effectiveness of teaching and learning
  2. »  To improve both the content and delivery of the curriculum
  3. » To ensure agreed policies are implemented
  4. » To improve curriculum content and delivery
  5. » To check whether systems are operating and how efficiently
  6. »  To celebrate and share good practice
  7. » To identify areas for development/improvement
  8. » To plan and provide relevant support and development
  9. » To raise staff confidence and expertise
  10. » To provide information on development and school improvement to: Government inspectorate agents, Parents and Pupils
  11. » To provide evidence that will inform the School’s Development Plan
  12. » To provide a baseline for teaching
  13. » To help identify learning needs, strengths and weaknesses
  14. »  To ensure continuity across the curriculum and classes enabling us to build on previous work and progress
  15. »  To give children and parents regular, detailed and comprehensive information on pupil achievement and progress
  16. »  To ensure that the contribution of each member of staff is valued
  17. »  To ensure that formal and informal assessment will be used to influence teaching and learning strategies
  18. »  To endeavour to ensure that the assessment policy enacts the general aims of the school

Examination Policy

Our Examination policy is committed to ensuring that all pupils receive equality of opportunity and appropriate access to assessment.

Examination is a means of evaluating pupil’s achievement and progress with a view of upgrading to a higher class where appropriate. Hence the process of conducting the examination throughout the school is same and no candidate shall receive unfair, unlawful discrimination (directly or indirectly) or treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief. There should be uniformity in examination questions for pupils in the same arm.


  1. » Test capability and the knowledge gained by pupils
  2. » To upgrade children with the capacity to the next higher grade
  3. » Evaluates teacher’s hard work and commitment during teaching
  4. » For the smooth conduct of examinations
  5. » To ensure authentic evaluation of pupil’s achievements and progress

Code of Conduct

  1. » Be polite by using PLEASE, EXCUSE ME, SORRY, PARDON ME AND THANK YOU often
  2. » WALK, do not run especially on the stairways
  3. » Respect each other
  4. » Be a protector of God’s gift

School Rules and Regulations

  1. » Be punctual to all school activities
  2. » Wear the correct school uniform and hair style at all times
  3. » Walk on the right side of the corridor or stairways at all times
  4. » Don’t litter and don’t pass litter by
  5. » Be orderly to and fro the assembly
  6. » Parents are not allowed into any classroom to see the teacher or children without the permission of the school Head Teacher
  7. » The School’s Authorities (Head Teacher, Teachers and Non-Teaching Staff) as well as the prefects who represent them must be respected at all times
  8. » Confrontation of staff by parents is prohibited. All grievances should be channelled through the appropriate channels to the Head Teacher
  9. » There shall be no loitering around the school compound during classes
  10. » All interpersonal exchanges and discussions shall be conducted in English language