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  • Great news, Congrats Uwakwe Chiemeka David. You beat all others to achieve this great feat in WASSCE. Indeed Chrisland is a name to reckon with in Academics, a nice way to celebrate Chrisland at 40...
    ---Juliet Omosehin---
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Quality Assurance

QUALITY AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

The internal quality assurance committees of Chrisland Secondary Schools (Idimu, Lekki, Victoria Garden City, Ikeja and Abuja) plays an important role, in ensuring quality in the schools on an ongoing basis.

The Director of Studies in cooperation with the Quality Assurance Unit of Chrisland Educational Organisation, oversee the teaching and learning programmes and activities to ensure quality and academic excellence.

This team of highly qualified, experienced educationists evaluate the knowledge level, skills, attitudes and values that students have acquired.

Particular attention is paid to the competence and performance that students have attained in communication skills, the ability to work in groups and to make responsible decisions.

In the process of quality control and assurance, the following functional areas are being assessed:

  • Basic functionality of the school
  • Leadership, management and communication
  • Governance and relationships
  • Quality of teaching and learning
  • Skills development programme for educators and other members of staff
  • Curriculum provision and resources (Nigeria and British Curriculum)
  • School safety, security and discipline
  • Learner achievements
  • School infrastructure
  • Parents and community
  • Marketing and communication

 

The areas for Evaluation constitute the major aspects of the work that is done in the three schools. To meet the benchmark against international educational standards and norms, local and international experts are invited to perform the external evaluation of the schools.

They write reports on the quality of the schools and rate them on a specific scale. This rating indicates if the schools are meeting minimum set quality norms and standards.

 

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