Form Registration - 7:30 am
Lessons commence - 8:00 am
School ends - 2:30 pm Mondays – Thursdays and 1pm on Fridays.
The secondary section has four faculties. These faculties are well staffed with qualified and experienced teachers:
1. Faculty of Mathematics and Science - 19 teachers
2. Faculty of Languages - 13 teachers
3. Faculty of Vocational studies - 14 teachers
4. Faculty of Humanities - 17 teachers
The Section is led by the Head of Secondary and he is supported by two Assistants – Academics and Administration. We also have male and female Guidance Counsellors.
THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME
The school teaches a fusion of the British and the Nigerian curricula. This is achieved by integrating the British curriculum into the Nigerian curriculum. These curricula prepare our students to enter for the following examinations:
⦁ Key stage 3
Checkpoint examination organised by Cambridge University
Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) organised by the National Examinations Council (NECO)
⦁ Key stage 4
IGCSE organised by Cambridge
West African Senior Secondary School Examinations organised by WAEC
Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations organised by NECO
The secondary school is organised into the following year groups:
There are 4 arms in each year group.
EDUCATIONAL EXCURSIONS, TOURS AND VISITS
At Lead British International School, educational excursions, visits and trips are undertaken both locally and internationally. The purpose of these excursions, visit and trips is to enable the students to learn in a fun and relaxing way and interact with people from other countries to build friendships, enhance social skills and gain cultural insights.
The educational excursions, visits and trips are organised in accordance with the school calendar as prepared by every faculty. They include:
⦁ The LA Study Tour (USA) - a guided tour of Universal Studios, Griffith Observatory, Six Flags, California Science Centre, L.A. City, Hollywood, Disney World, Museums and Laboratories. The students had chances to participate in some educational activities. The trip provided a deeper insight into how history is preserved in Western nations.
⦁ John Kennedy Space Centre USA
⦁ Leadership Training in France, Belgium, and Switzerland
⦁ Sports trip to Belgium, France, and Spain
⦁ French trip to Belgium
⦁ National trips such as National Youth Leadership Conference (NYLC), held at Baze University, Abuja
⦁ The Nigerian International Schools Model United Nations (NISSMUN) Annual Conference held at the International Conference Centre, Abuja
⦁ National Youth Summit On Drugs/ Substance Prevention, held at the former SGF Conference Hall, Federal Secretariat, Phase 1, Abuja
⦁ Excursion to Nigeria’s Historical monuments in Badagry, Lagos.
⦁ Excursion to Obudu Cattle Range, Cross River State
⦁ National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) to find out the current trends and development in Space Science.
⦁ Excursion to Central Bank of Nigeria at the Currency Museum/Gallery
⦁ Excursion to Gurara Waterfalls, Niger State.
These activities provide a channel for enhancing and extending lessons learned in the classroom. They offer the students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real world context as part of our holistic educational programme.
The following are the extra-curricular activities provided by the Secondary Section of the school:
Intensive Support Programme (ISP)
This programme is organised to support learners to improve on their academic achievements. Teaching takes place with a maximum of fifteen students per group.
In the Orchestra Club, students practise how to play different musical instruments as individuals and as a group. Our orchestra group consists of piano, violin, viola, guitar and saxophone. Other instruments are added according to students' interests and type of music being played.
Leadership Academy Club
This club encapsulates the vision of LBIS, training and equipping 21st Century Leaders. The club aims to achieve the following objectives:
1. To serve as a platform for the inculcation of the right leadership values.
2. To instil the spirit of self-reliance through practical teaching using resource persons from within and outside the school environment.
3. To highlight leadership issues within the country with the aim of engaging the students to proffer relevant solutions.
4. To collaborate with school management in her aim at instilling basic democratic values in young people.
5. To organise outdoor leadership programmes such as conferences, seminars, workshops and educational excursions, visits and trips