As important as your child’s school curricular is, there are many skills that can’t be taught in the classroom, some have to be learnt via experience and through the parents. These skills are often called life lessons, and it is possible for a parents/ward to prepare their child before they step out into the world more »
After a painstaking process of reviewing applications and interviewing candidates, the prefects for the 2017/2018 academic session were on, 8 May, 2017, announced and inaugurated at the Principal’s Assembly, in the presence of some of our distinguished parents. Meet the prefects and their portfolios here under. S/No Prefect Name (S) 1 Head Boy AdekoyaSeun 2 more »
Entry point is a planned and organized activity done to arouse the interest of learners towards the unit. On Wednesday, 10th May 2017, Grade 3 pupils had entry point on “Habitat”. Here students learnt more about the ways animals and plants live in different environment. The students were all dressed in their favorite animal more »
As important as your child’s school curricular is, there are many skills that can’t be taught in the classroom, some have to be learnt via experience and through the parents. These skills are often called life lessons, and it is possible for parents/guardians to prepare their children before they step out into the world about such more »
“There is no royal road to anything. One thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast, withers as rapidly. That which grows slowly, endures.” Josiah Gilbert Holland (July 24, 1819 – October 12, 1881) was an American novelist and poet who also wrote under the pseudonym Timothy Titcomb.
Dear Parents and Guardians, We would like to welcome all of you to the start of our Summer term and hope you had a pleasant vacation. GIS sincerely appreciates our esteemed parents, guardians and friends who have relentlessly supported the school’s vision and mission. To all of you we say: Thank you. Here are the more »
On Tuesday, 4th April 2017, our Grade 7 students had a practical Agricultural class on our school farm. Under the close supervision of their teachers, the students harvested pumpkin leaves, eggs, cleared weeds on the farm and feed some of the farm animals.
The entry point of the IPC unit is an activity-based session that aims to expose students to what the IPC unit or topic is about, as well as arouse their interest in the chosen topic via practical tasks. Grade 3 pupils had their entry point on palm oil production under the IPC topic- food and more »
Dear Parents and Guardians, GIS sincerely appreciates our esteemed parents, guardians and friends who have relentlessly supported the school’s vision and mission. To all of you we say: Thank you. We’d like to inform you of the noteworthy events that occurred in March and of the upcoming events for April 2017. GIS PRIMARY- NEWS/EVENTS -Career more »
Our Grade 6 pupils had a tie-dye practical session in their Arts class on Tuesday, 14th March 2017. Tie-dye making is also known as resist dying technique. The pupils created beautiful pattern designs on fabrics by using thread to prevent the dye from reaching particular areas of the fabric. Materials Pure cotton fabric Caustic soda more »
On Tuesday, 7th March 2017, our Grade 10 pupils had a Home Economics practical class were they prepared white sauce, grilled chicken and jollof rice served with vegetable salad and vinaigrette dressing. Ingredients used were: Rice Tomatoes Seasonings Onions Groundnut Oil Olive Oil French Mustard Vinegar Salt and mill pepper Save
GIS held its 3rd Annual World Book Day celebrations on Thursday, 9th March 2017 at the school premises. The chosen theme was, “READING IS THE KEY”. Thid event is aimed at celebrating literary works, author and book lovers. Guest authors who graced the event were: Michelle Amadi Dubem Titi Horsfall Chigozie Obioma The event kicked more »
Career day is a day where our pupils come to school dressed in assorted professional attire that represents their future career ambitions. It is an event that seeks to inspire our children and put them on the right path, when it comes to choosing their professions in the future. The primary campus had their more »
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” Maya Angelou (born Marguerite Annie Johnson; April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) was an American poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist. She published seven autobiographies, three books of essays and several books of poetry.