About Us

Welcome Note

Our school caters for children from 9 months to 5 years and we teach the English National Curriculum which has been modified to take account that we are based in the heart of one of the capital cities of West Africa. We teach the Early Years Foundation Programme from the ages of 9 months to 4 years and the English National Curriculum for children aged 4 to 11. The Core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science are taught using the National Curriculum. The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is used to teach the Foundation subjects such as History, Geography, Design and Technology throughout a thematic approach towards the curriculum. 

What the Parents say… 

Parents tell us that their children are happy and enjoy coming to school; they are challenged academically and that our children are well behaved, polite and friendly. 

Our teaching staff are professional, well-qualified and genuinely care about the needs of the pupil. The teachers assess children regularly and supportive measures are put in place to ensure that no child is left behind. Parents are kept informed of pupil progress through regular parent teacher meetings. We have an excellent pupil-teacher ratio in all classes to allow your child to reach their full potential. 

Homework is set regularly and children are expected to improve and reflect on their learning at all times. A rich and diverse extra- curricular program is offered every day to encourage to become well-rounded and to develop healthy life-long interests. 

Children may be enrolled at any time during the academic year. The admission staff will assist you with the enrollment process and individual interviews are used to ensure that your child is placed in the most appropriate class to ensure a smooth transition into our friendly community. 

Visit us 

A website never tells you everything about a school and as parents you need to select carefully before enrolling your child. You are welcome to visit our school as we will not only be glad to show you around but also to tell you all you need to know to help you determine what your child may need at this time. Our mission is to develop and nurture your child to enable them to become life-long learners who exceed your expectations and their own. 

We hope to see you soon. 

Head Teacher

Our Motto

Cradle to Crayon’s motto is ‘… I Can’ 

Our motto is borne out of our belief that nothing is impossible to a set mind. This belief is evident in our staff, who work relentlessly and passionately with each child to help them to achieve their best. Every child is taught to believe in his/her own ability to be the best. 

Every pupil at Cradle to Crayon: 

Is in a safe and stimulating learning environment; is given excellent care and attention, due to the high ratio of adults to children; 

Is motivated to learn at his/her own comfortable pace while being helped to build on previous knowledge and skills; 

Is led to create habits of listening, sharing with others, concentration at work and pride in their achievements; 

Is in a school which sees parents as partners in helping their children to be the best; 

Is in a school in which parents help to shape the service it offers.

Our Mission and Vision

To support the development of the whole child – intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically – through dynamic partnership among staff, families, and the greater community.

To achieve this aim we will: 

  • Provide high quality care and education for all our children;
  • Coordinate children’s learning using a broad-based, balanced and qualitative Foundation Stage and National Curriculum;
  • Work in partnership with parents to help children to learn and develop optimally;
  • Impact positively on our immediate community through effective links.