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  • 2 Dexterity Close, Behind Polaris Bank, Ring Road, Ibadan, Nigeria
  • Our Curriculum

    We provide opportunities for students to study the broadest possible range of subjects and to acquire a variety of important practical and academic skills.

    At Dexterity International Schools, we ensure all students follow a broad study programme, carefully designed to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum of England and Wales. Through our programme, we prepare our students for successful completion of their secondary education at IGCSE. The entry-level class into our Secondary School is Year 7, At the junior secondary level, composite subjects in the Arts, Sciences, Commercial and Social Sciences are taught to prepare the students for the demands of senior secondary education. This facilitates a firm grasp of fundamentals and principles of knowledge, a prerequisite for success in future pursuits. At the end of the three years, our students sit for the Checkpoint Examination. our students have to undergo the Checkpoint Examination, because it helps us understand their strengths and weaknesses in preparation for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) exam.

    After the Checkpoint Examination, our students spend the next two years preparing for the IGCSE exam. He or she will spend five (5) years, building on the foundation set at the junior school. At the end of Year 11, which is the final year of our Secondary School, your child will sit for the IGCSE exam which is conducted by the University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate (UCLES).

    The senior secondary school lays a foundation for tertiary education. The basic subjects taken at the junior secondary school level are at this stage taught at an advanced level; this exposes students to fundamental principles and application of knowledge in Science, Arts and Social Sciences. There is a structured and disciplined approach which emphasizes good study skills, application, and reasoning, which in turn fosters self-independence.