What this means in practice varies from year to year because our curriculum is always evolving to meet the needs of a changing society. The curriculum is organised to meet individual needs, give equality of opportunity and ensure that each student achieves their full potential during their stay at Neander International School.
• Agricultural Science • Basic Science • Biology • Business Studies • Chemistry • Cultural and Creative Arts • Design and Technology • English • Economics • Financial Accounting • Food and Nutrition • French • Further Mathematics • Geography • Government • History • Home Economics • Information Communication Technology • Literature • Mathematics • Music • Nigerian Languages • Physical Education • Physics • Religious Education • Technical Drawing • Visual Arts
Examinations taken will include: IGCSE CHECKPOINT, NECO, IGCSE O’LEVELS, WASSCE, SAT, TOEFL.
The Counselling Department assists students with selection of subject courses and careers, as well as dealing with problems of personal adjustment.
We have a team of experienced and dedicated academic and non-academic staff who are led by a proactive and dynamic Principal.
At Neander, we use a variety of teaching strategies to enthuse our students and help make learning more effective. Teachers also use group and pair work to encourage team co-operation. Students work on their own in different environments such as the Library or Computer room. This is an excellent way of fostering self-learning and developing research skills. Learning also continues outside the four walls of the classrooms through educational field trips and excursions.
Class Size and Pupil Teacher Ratio
Our class population of 20 at Neander gives each student adequate attention in all areas of the curriculum. This allows us to stretch the most able students whilst allowing for the special needs of those with learning challenges to be met.
The school has a full compulsory uniform which all pupils are required to wear. Details of the uniform, the compulsory PE kit are listed in the loose-leaf section of the admission pack.