The learning process is not limited to the classroom. Students engage in outdoor educational activities. This sets the pace for thinking among the students by spurring them into generating imaginative ideas as a result of what they see. Other extra-curricular activities engaged in includes music, sports, art competitions, cultural dances, drama just to mention a few.
**Series of activities during a programme held on cultural day.
|Press Club||This club is an organization for our students to pose as journalists and engage in the production and dissemination of school and educational news.|
|Zonta Club||This club is the sadled with the task of advancing the status and right of young girls. They also advocate for equality, education and an end to child marriage and gender-based violence through healthy sensitization programmes within and outside the school.|
JETS club is an acronym for “Junior Engineers, Technicians and Scientist”. The JETS club is a science body that helps in inculcating better understanding of sciences into its members. JETS club project helps to reveal the full potential of young minds, in a way for a child to discover his/her creative potential. JETS club was created to provide children with an introduction to science in Nigeria. The club was created in 1982 by Professor Peter Okebukola. JETS club project in Nigeria encouraged the smartest kids to think like a scientist.
This club is coordinated by Mr. Kusoye Lucky.click here for details
|Reading Club||This club is a book club, it encourages reading and helps our student develop a reading culture! Book club is a fun club where friends read the same book within a set period, then gather together to discuss it. The Librarian is the coordinator of the club!|
|Sports Club||Coordinated by the Sports Instructor.|
|Dance Club||This include teaching and preparing students for competition and cultural events. Coordinated by Mrs. Abimbola.|
|French Club||Coordinated by the french department.|
|Red Cross||Coordinated by Mrs. Turtin|
*Contact Sports are suspended due to COVID-19.