‘Our students are groomed to positively impact humanity’
The Head of School, Mr. Abiodun Adeagbo who disclosed this in an interview said the A-level class was designed for prospective students seeking admission into any of the accredited universities across the world.
He stated that the school, which was established in January 2008, would also be marking its 10th anniversary in July.
Adeagbo explained that the school was established to create a community of individuals united in their understanding of imparting humanity positively.
“Mission statement of the school is to create a child centered and conducive learning environment, which meets the needs of each and every child, so that he or she becomes a life-long learner.
He said the name ‘Aduvie,’ which has her roots in the rich Nigerian culture, means “a good future, a good thing or a good foresight”.
“The school presently has over 600 students, with a pupil and staff ratio of 3:1. Aduvie also nurtures, tutors and educates pupils in crèche, nursery, primary and secondary classes.
Adeagbo added that the school has a blend of the Nigerian school system, Montessori, British and International Baccalaureate curricula.
“The School has various co-curricular and extracurricular activities which aid the formation of individual character and improvement in learning abilities. Some of these activities include debating, mathematics, science, music, French, Mandarin, Spanish, swimming and karate clubs, among others.
“Aduvie has pupils and teachers from diverse nationalities who facilitate the learning of different cultures by the students.
It exudes a family-friendly atmosphere, which parents, pupils, teachers and friends have come to rely on.
To encourage and promote friendships, the school organises curriculum and open days, art and science exhibitions, fanfares and picnics.
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