PRIMARY SCHOOL

In accordance with the Nigerian National Policy on Education, the school runs a six-year programme. This is divided into two sections:

  • Early Years Foundation School (EYFS)/Crèche –this spans through age three months to 5 years. It is designed to lay a solid foundation       –for the children– with a blend of Early Years Foundation Stage Framework and Montessori Curriculum (both of which are Play-Based) delivered by seasoned EYFS Practitioners.
  • Key Stage 1 & 2- This spans ages 5 through 10. It is also known as primary education and the stage where pupils are prepared for entrance examinations into secondary schools.
  • Key Stage 3– This spans the first three years of secondary education. The first three years are spent in the Junior Secondary School where they are prepared for the Cambridge Lower Secondary School Checkpoint, the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) of the Federal Government and the Junior Secondary Certificate Examinations (JSCE) of the State Government.  
  • Key Stage 4– The next and last three years of secondary education.
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JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

The Junior Secondary School subjects include.

  • English Language
  • Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Basic Science
  • Basic Technology
  • Social Studies
  • Civic Education
  • French
  • Christian Religious Studies
  • Business Studies
  • Home Economics
  • Agricultural Science
  • Computer Studies
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Cultural and Creative Arts (Fine Art, Music and Drama) 
  • One Nigerian Language (Hausa, Igbo or Yoruba)
  • History 

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

At the Senior Secondary School, students are prepared for the following national  and international examinations:

  1. WASSCE – West African Senior School Certificate Examinations.
  2. IGCSE – International General Certificate of Secondary Education
  3. UME (JAMB) – Universities Matriculation Examinations
  4. TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language
  5. SAT – Scholastic Aptitude Tests

Extracurricular Activities

  • The Bloombreed High School offers our students the opportunity to become involved in any of our student groups. Our extracurricular activities are a crucial component in our vision of developing the all-round personalities of students. During their experience at Bloombreed , Students can participate in quizzes, debates, seminars and symposia. They also have the opportunity to hear from a host of guest lecturers who broaden the perspective of our student population. Key Clubs and Social groups existing in the school are:

    • Chef and Stitches 
    • Dance
    • Press
    • Photography
    • Drama
    • French
    • JETS
    • Orchestra
    • Chess and Scrabble
    • Bible Club
    • Environmental Club
    • Young Farmers
    • ICT
    • Maths
    • Vocal/Choir