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Our Curriculum

At Meadow Hall College, we run an integrated scheme based on the British National Curriculum and the Nigerian Curriculum.

The College has a team of specialist teachers. All of them are graduates with vast experience in both the British and Nigerian curricula. They undergo regular training in their dedicated subjects, so that the students are expertly taught with current methodology.

Some of the current methodologies embraced at MHC are intervention strategies to raise attainment, using the accelerated learning cycle and the application of multiple intelligences.

The British National Curriculum applies to pupils of compulsory school age. It is organised on the basis of four key stages: Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 fall within the Primary school, while Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9) and Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11) fall within the secondary school.

  • English
  • Maths
  • Science
  • ICT
  • Introductory Technology

At KS3, Introductory Technology is introduced as a ‘Core’ subject’. The Foundation subjects are:

  • Agricultural Science
  • Craft
  • French
  • Social Science: Geography/History/Social Studies
  • Music
  • PE/PHE
  • Religious Education
  • Nigerian Language (Yoruba/Igbo)
  • Home Economics

At KS4, the students will need to select key subjects related to their career intentions in:

  • Business/Management/Financial Control
  • Law/Politics/Promotion/Education/Social Sciences
  • Science/Health/Technology

At MHC, we achieve a delicate blend of the Nigerian and British curricula. However, in subjects such as Geography and History, greater emphasis is placed on the Nigerian Curriculum at KS 3.

In addition, we offer subjects unique to the Nigerian curriculum such as Social Studies, Agricultural Science and a Nigerian language.