The Vale College, Ibadan

Raising Life-Long Learners and Leaders since 1994…

Curriculum

ACADEMICS

Our students are introduced to a culture of learning in a most conducive environment. The curriculum of the students are not only educative, but interesting which makes the students enthusiastic about school. The curriculum is designed to produce graduates who are well prepared for higher education with relevant functional trade and entrepreneurial skill needed for poverty eradication, job creation and wealth generation. This is aimed at broadening their knowledge through topical studies and interesting activities that enhance their creativity.

Subjects Offered

Junior School:

Mathematics

English Language

Basic Science

Basic Technology

Social Studies

Agricultural Science

Religious Studies

French

Fine Art

Music

Computer Studies

Physical and Health Education

Elocution Moral Instruction

 

Senior School

Subjects Explanatory Notes

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English Studies
  1. One of the compulsory subjects. Each student is to take the four (4) compulsory cross-cutting subjects listed.
Mathematics
  1. One of the compulsory subjects. Each student is to take the four (4) compulsory cross-cutting subjects listed.
Civic Education
  1. One of the compulsory subjects. Each student is to take the four (4) compulsory cross-cutting subjects listed.
Trade/Entrepreneurship Studies
  1. One of the compulsory subjects.For the Trade/Entrepreneurship subject, each student is expected to select one (1) Trade/Entrepreneurship subject from the list of 34 Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects listed.
Humanities
  1. This is a field of study. Each student may then choose two (2), three (3), four (4), or five (5) subjects from each of their preferred Four Fields of Studies depending on their potential, interest and capability such that the minimum number of subjec
  2. If students select two (2) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select two (2) or three (3) subjects from any other Field of Study or from Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  3. If students select three (3) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) or two (2) subjects from any other Fields of Studies or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  4. If students select four (4) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) more subject from any other fields of study or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  5. If students select five (5) from a Field of Study, they have already selected a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
Science & Mathematics
  1. This is a field of study. Each student may then choose two (2), three (3), four (4), or five (5) subjects from each of their preferred Four Fields of Studies depending on their potential, interest and capability such that the minimum number of subjec
  2. If students select two (2) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select two (2) or three (3) subjects from any other Field of Study or from Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  3. If students select three (3) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) or two (2) subjects from any other Fields of Studies or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  4. If students select four (4) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) more subject from any other fields of study or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  5. If students select five (5) from a Field of Study, they have already selected a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
Technology
  1. This is a field of study. Each student may then choose two (2), three (3), four (4), or five (5) subjects from each of their preferred Four Fields of Studies depending on their potential, interest and capability such that the minimum number of subjec
  2. If students select two (2) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select two (2) or three (3) subjects from any other Field of Study or from Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  3. If students select three (3) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) or two (2) subjects from any other Fields of Studies or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  4. If students select four (4) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) more subject from any other fields of study or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  5. If students select five (5) from a Field of Study, they have already selected a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
Business Studies (Senior)
  1. This is a field of study. Each student may then choose two (2), three (3), four (4), or five (5) subjects from each of their preferred Four Fields of Studies depending on their potential, interest and capability such that the minimum number of subjec
  2. If students select two (2) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select two (2) or three (3) subjects from any other Field of Study or from Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  3. If students select three (3) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) or two (2) subjects from any other Fields of Studies or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a minimum of eight (8) or a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  4. If students select four (4) subjects from a Field of Study, they can select one (1) more subject from any other fields of study or Trade/Entrepreneurship subjects to make a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
  5. If students select five (5) from a Field of Study, they have already selected a maximum of nine (9) subjects.

Extra-Curricular Activities
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.

Clubs:

Press Club

Zonta Club

JETS Club

Reading Club

Sports Club

Dance Club

French Club

Red Cross

Sports:
Athletics

Aerobics

Gymnastics

Handball

Football

Volleyball

Taekwando

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