Our policy of ECM – Every Child Matters mandates us to ensure that every single child makes either good or accelerated progress. No child is ever left behind irrespective of their ability.
Quality first teaching has been our prioritised strategy for improving students’ achievements. Various teaching strategies based on students’ learning styles, multiple intelligences, differentiated tasks, targeted questions, as well as the use of focus groups and a wide range of learning resources, including Assessment for Learning (AFL) tools, Educational Apps and online activities are explored in a fun-way to reinforce learning and thereby boost overall students’ achievement. For students who however need extra support, at Meadow Hall we have devised numerous support strategies.
Such strategies include interventions, placing students in learning groups according to abilities in core subjects, one-on-one reinforcement sessions and peer facilitation to bridge learning gaps. Students undergo counseling when necessary, and are enrolled in our mentoring programme. Our teachers are trained to identify students with learning difficulties and to write Individual Educational Plans (IEPs). Continuous monitoring and tracking of students’ progress is done to ensure that students with challenges are identified, and measures are put in place to move their learning forward.
Meadow Hall is unique in the following areas:
1. Our holistic approach to the education of the total child
2. Our unique blend of the British curriculum with the strength of the Nigerian curriculum
3. Our adequately trained and seasoned teachers
4. Our students’ outstanding results in international and local examinations (Our college students achieved 100% A*-C pass rate in the 2017/18 IGCSE)
5. We are a learning organisation and Continuous Professional Development, both locally and internationally are mandatory for our teachers
6. Our commitment to child safety and safeguarding
7. Our 21st century purpose built and very comfortable learning environment
For more information, visit http://meadowhalleducation.org/