The Childville School, Lagos

8/10, Bola Sonoki Avenue, Off Ramat Crescent, Ogudu G.R.A.
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About Us

Overwhelming success recorded consistently over the years by our pupils in the National Common Entrance Examination, as well as in their placements into Federal Government Colleges and reputable secondary schools at home and abroad are eloquent testimonies of our emphasis on academic excellence. In addition, Childville School is proud of a team of hard-working, well dedicated and highly skilled staff whose desire it is to provide children with an all embracing basic education capable of moulding them into some of the best human resources for our dear nation. With varied opportunities in a conducive environment for academic work, teaching and learning is effective. We still maintain that the happiness of our pupils remain our greatest asset. We do not believe in less. We operate open door policy where parents and guardians are free to approach the Head of Schools on any matter concerning their children. Likewise my office is always open to provide any further assistance you may need. Welcome to Childville.

Programs Offered
Secondary and elementary education
Admission Requirements

Childville Schools are open to all children between ages 2 and 16+ irrespective of tribe, colour or creed.

Admission Procedures

All prospective pupils must write an entrance exam for entrance into the Childville Senior. Once the exam has been passed, parents will be notified and a deposit of N100,000 must be paid to secure the child's position at the school (which is deducted from the first term fees total). Our entrance exams are written three times during the year. We also do examinations by appointment. Payment of fees follows the successful performance of the child. All fees paid are non-refundable Parents should note that school management reserves the right to refuse admission to any child.

History

The Childville Nursery School was founded in October 1981 by Mrs. Olugbeminiyi Modupe-Ore Smith. The Nursery school which was situated at Ibikunle Street, Yaba, began with only 15 pupils. There were only two teachers; Mrs. Smith and a Sri-Lankan lady called Mrs. Honouring Gnanapragasam. Although the school started with 15 children on the first day, the number kept increasing daily so much so that by the end of the term, the number on roll had grown to 50. Mrs. Smith, an alumnae of Froebel Institute of Education, University of London, and her handful of dedicated staff, worked very hard giving of their best and prayed well so that by January 1987, the Primary School had begun. It is conveniently situated at Raymond Street. Since its foundation, Childville grew steadily with improved facilities to enhance teaching and learning and by the end of the second term, there were about 125 children in the school. The school was approved after the 1st official inspection by the Lagos State Ministry of Education in October 1987 and the first Head Teacher was Mrs. O.M. Smith.In January 1988, Mrs. Funsho Adeleke and Mrs. B. O. Doherty were appointed Head Teacher and Assistant Head Teacher respectively.

Address

8/10, Bola Sonoki Avenue, Off Ramat Crescent, Ogudu G.R.A.
Lagos
Nigeria

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The Childville School, Lagos
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