Bearing in mind that godly and world standard leaders are developed from the cradle, our school system runs from:
This is the point of call for nursing mothers who desire the best for their babies. Our Creche is manned by qualified personnel and is designed to bring up children in a hygienic and God-fearing environment. Best homely beddings; modern toys; Television sets; DVD players with educational and children friendly cartoons are provided for the enjoyment of the children.
This is the first stage in the academic ladder of our citadel of knowledge. The pupils are admitted into this class from Age 2 (though exceptional cases are considered on merit basis). The class is manned by well trained and experienced graduate teachers and helpers with NCE/OND degree.
Children from age three are admitted into this class, having passed our admission test and other criteria. Pupils that have successfully completed pre-nursery one class are also moved into this class.
Pupils from age four are admitted into Nursery one while from five into Nursery two. The curriculum is effectively structured to make learning and teaching interesting vocation rather than a laborious task to the pupils and their teachers alike. The pupils are provided with enormous opportunities to learn and acquire adequate skills, knowledge and the right attitude to task up the challenging tasks in the junior school section.
The Junior School at Daveliz Golden Schools begins from Grade 1(from age 6) otherwise called Basic 1 or Primary 1 to Grade 6 (aged 11 years) Basic 6 or Primary 6.
The curricula of this section are robustly and carefully selected to expose the hidden potentials of each child that will make them creative, independent and analytical in their reasoning.
For the benefits of Parents that work late in their offices and pupils that require extra lessons for excellent performances, after school services are available from 3pm to 6pm or 7pm depending on the choice of the parent.
During the afternoon school section, the participating pupils will have their uniforms changed to mufti; the teachers in charge will assist them on their home works; light menu will be served; educational movies will be on display for them while they will also be allowed to serve siesta before the arrival of their parents. The charge for this is highly competitive.
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