Why Choose Us ?
We use Cognitive Assessment Testing
The Academy provides targeted support to ensure that no girl is left behind or allowed to coast.
The Academy is an accredited Cambridge International Examinations school and ALL teachers of IGCSE are trained and certified.
The Academy provides progress checks every 6 weeks leading to the setting/reviewing of academic & personal development targets for and by each learner.
The Academy's boarding facilities meet the international standards for boarding schools. There are dedicated, focused and personalised parent-teacher meetings throughout the year to review the progress of every learner.
The Academy provides a world class learning campus that meets international learning and teaching standards
The Academy is the only accredited international day and boarding leadership school in Nigeria exclusively for girls by COBIS.
The classrooms are fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and technologies to make learning easier and very effective.
The Academy implements a British curriculum infused with Nigerian content leading to certification in Checkpoint and IGCSE.
The Academy is an ACCREDITED member of the Council of British Internal Schools
Our extra-curricular activities are dynamically selected and tailored to build necessary skills and values.
Our 5 cardinal values guide our mission in raising leaders who will grow up to be excellent role models for the family and society.
Address: Plot 273 Institutes and Research District, By Idu Yard, Jabi-Airport Road, Off Coca Cola Junction,
LGA: AMAC , TOWN/CITY: Idu , STATE: Abuja
Category: Leadership, Secondary,
Gender: Girls only
Religion: Mixed Religion
Facility: Boarding and Day
School Manangement System:
+234 (0) 8032032296 , +234 (0) 8077299307
Fee Range: -
To provide a first-class educational environment for girls.
To create a new cadre of female leaders.
To equip students with the required knowledge and skills together with strong family values, to influence change in Nigeria and Africa.
To provide an education system that will produce excellent students with a high sense of community, strong moral values (morality) and vision for the future.
Choosing the best school for your ward is a very important decision to make and the Admissions Office at Noble Hall Leadership Academy for Girls is here to provide you with adequate information and guidance to help in the decision.
The Academy hopes that you find the Admissions section helpful, but if it fails to address your specific query or you wish to discuss any aspect of your daughter's application further, please do not hesitate to make contact and the Academy will endeavor to quickly respond and help you.
For any admission concerns, contact:
Tel: +234877299329, +234877299307
There are two ways to apply for admission into the Academy; Online Application and Offline Application
Online Application: The online application is easier and can be done in the comfort of the applicant at any time provided admission is still open. The online application requires that payment of the application fee (of N20,000) be made to the designated bank account within 5 working days after filling out the online application form. Any application not subsequently backed up by payment will be ignored after 5 working days. The full name of applicant should be used as depositor's name when making payments and teller number, date of payment, and full name of depositor should be sent in an email to email@example.com
Offline Application: It is required that you download and complete the PDF version of the application form or VISIT the school to PICK-UP the form, make the payment of the application fee, attach the receipt of payment to the form and submit by hand or by post to the school. The application form which includes our prospectus costs N20, 000.00 per girl. The completed document should be returned with the following:
Photocopy of candidate's birth certificate or passport data page.
Two recent passport photographs (taken within the last year).
The last two academic reports from your child's current school.
Character reference from current school.
STEP TWO: FOLLOW-UP
After application, a follow-up will be done (on your application) through emails and phone calls.
STEP THREE: ASSESSMENT
All Year 7 & Year 8 prospective girls will sit for a standardized test in English, Mathematics and General Knowledge, while Year 9 & Year 10 prospective girls will sit for a standardized test in English, Mathematics and Science. Applicants have an option of sitting electronic (multiple choice questions) or paper-based assessment. Please indicate your preferred type of assessment at least 1 week before your scheduled date of assessment.
STEP FOUR: INTERVIEW
Prospective candidate and her parents/Guardian will be invited for an interview.
STEP FIVE: OFFER OF A PLACE
Should the applicant be successful after the above, the Principal will make a formal offer of admission within two weeks of the interview. Parents have a last commitment to indicate acceptance of offer and the School's Terms and Conditions by paying N250,000.00 after the receipt of the offer.
Noble Hall Leadership Academy for Girls is aligned to Cambridge International Examinations, and as such bases the age requirement on the education system in England.
To be offered a place of study the following age criteria is applied:
Year 7 aged 11 by 31st September
Year 8 aged 12 by 31st September
Year 9 aged 13 by 31st September
Year 10 aged 14 by 31st September
An offer to study at the Academy is dependent on performance in the entrance examination.
The entrance examination is based on Cambridge Progress Check assessments in English, Mathematics and Science.
The entrance examination will be held on specific days of the year with a minimum of 10 prospective learners sitting the examination at any one time. An offer to study at the Academy is dependent on performance during an informal 10-minute conversation with either the Principal or Vice-Principal. An offer to study at the Academy is also dependent on performance in Cognitive Assessment Test 4, an online assessment that assesses a prospective learner's ability to reason/think which provides an indication of actual performance at IGCSE.
An application form must be completed in full in BLOCK CAPITALS. Failure to complete the application form to the expected standard will lead to the application being refused.
A file will then be created for the applicant which will be managed by the receptionist.
Before any learner is enrolled the Academy must be in receipt of all documentation:
Data Page of International Passport
Reports from previous school/s
References from previous school/s (for those transferring from an existing secondary school)
Proof / receipt of payment of entrance examination
Letter offering a place of admission
No learner will be enrolled unless her file contains this information along with the initial application form.
It is the responsibility of the Business Development Officer to ensure that all the necessary documentation is provided.
The receptionist is responsible for overseeing the content of each file and making the Business Development Officer aware of missing data.
Before a learner is allowed to begin studying at the Academy the Senior Administrator will confirm that all documentation has been verified and in the learner's file.
THE INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, NIGERIA.
The International Award for Young People Nigeria (also referred to as The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award) is a self-development program that brings together practical experiences and life skills to create committed global citizens. The Award is available to all young people between the ages of 14-24 years old and operates in over 140 countries worldwide.
The Award is earned in three progressive levels:
Bronze: for those 14 years or older (after participating for at least six months).
Silver: for those 15 years and older (after participating for at least twelve months).
Gold: for those 16 years and older (after participating for at least eighteen months).
The Award is achievable at any level by undertaking activities under 4 sections: Skills, Service, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey with an additional requirement: Residential Project at Gold level.
Skills: The aim of this section is to encourage the development of personal interests, hobbies, creativity or practical skills such as Painting, Craft work, Fashion designing, Music.
Service: The service section aims to encourage giving useful service to others and to imbibe the culture of giving back by doing voluntary and charitable activities. Examples include: First Aid, environmental sanitation, care for the physically challenged, elderly, sick or visit to orphanages.
Physical Recreation: Participation in physical recreation to help improve performance, health, fitness, balance, endurance and discipline. Examples include: Jogging, Basketball, Badminton, Weight-lifting.
Adventurous journey: The aim of this section is to encourage the spirit of adventure and discovery while undertaking a journey in a group. It involves a camping trip taken to cultivate good teamwork habits, self-confidence, appreciation of nature, enhancement of problem solving skills and it also helps create new friendships. Examples are: Bush walking, Hiking, cycling across a state or town, canoeing etc.
Residential Project: This section aims to broaden young people's experiences through involvement with others in a residential setting. This is undertaken only at Gold level and it provides participants with the opportunity to share a purposeful experience with people who are not their usual companions and work towards a common goal, set out by the participants themselves. Examples are: residential language courses, environment and conservation projects, skill development, providing service to other people and communities.
Noble Hall Leadership Academy for Girls is an accredited Cambridge International Examination school and learners follow the British National Curriculum in the first three years of secondary education culminating in the Checkpoint examinations in English, Mathematics and Science. Learners begin a two-year programme of study leading to IGCSE accreditation. The Academy where possible infuses local content into its curriculum thereby acknowledging that we operate within Nigeria.
leadershipOur unique selling point at Noble Hall is our leadership curriculum. We are affiliated with the African Leadership Academy in South Africa (ALA), and our Year 10 Learners participate in the yearly leadership conference.
We also offer Leadership and Public Speaking as subjects; this ensures that our girls are not only good at the regular subjects but trained to be exceptional leaders.
Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE)
pshePersonal Social and Health Education (PSHE) is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe and prepare for life and work. Evidence shows that well delivered PSHE programmes have an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.
PSHE aims to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk management, team working and critical thinking. The lessons are grouped into three core themes: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).
At Noble Hall, our learners are equipped with all necessary skills and are prepared to change and influence their world positively.
At Noble Hall, one of our core values is community cohesion and our words are matched with actions, thus our learners are constantly involved in various community projects. We organise visits to Orphanages and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps and we donate books to less privileged schools around our community. We also work with Primary School Children to improve their reading skills.
In the past the school has organised Noble Hall Fun Day fund raising events and proceeds from these events were donated to charities. We are currently raising funds to provide a water borehole for our neighbouring community, Angwan-Rogo village.
Air Conditionde Classroom
Well Furnished Hostel
Fully Equipped Library
Advanced Computer Laboratory
A leading educator, academic, husband and father of two, Dr. Tawanda qualified as a teacher in 1993. He is deeply committed to the well-being of the disadvantaged, hence the pursuit of a Bachelor of Philosophy in Special Educational Needs at the University of Birmingham then went on to study for a Master in Education at the University of Hertfordshire, which he was awarded with a commendation. Dr. Tawanda researched on how to measure and understand disaffection as part of these studies.
In 2008, Dr. Tawanda was awarded a distinction in the Teacher of the Year competition London Secondary School category for his outstanding work with disaffected students. Dr. Tawanda went on to study for a Doctorate in education degree investigating how educators could use the experiences of students to design alternative curriculum provisions.
Dr. Tawanda advocates against a, "one size fit all" curriculum. He is a very strong proponent of personalised, learner-centred education and he believes:
Education is a lifelong process and that acquisition of knowledge can be accelerated or developed through various teaching interventions;
Education should meet the needs of those being educated;
These needs would be best met if identified with the interests of children;
The curriculum should be based on experience and discovery rather than being subject or content based and educational programmes should focus on skills.
Dr. Tawanda has taught and led different schools in North London, Hertfordshire, Essex and Norfolk. While in Hertfordshire Dr. Tawanda initiated the Black Teachers Speak out conference in association with the University of Hertforshire which happens every October. This is an event aimed at encouraging young black graduates to go into teaching and he was featured in the University 2008/9 Prospectus as an example of a successful University of Hertfordshire graduate in the field of Education. Every year, Dr. Tawanda is invited to different schools mainly in north London to speak with ethnic minority secondary school students during the black history month.
Dr. Tawanda gained the National Professional Qualification for Headship in 2012 and is a member of the National College of School Leadership and the Association of Mathematics Teachers.
You can reach Dr. Tawanda directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Designation: Board Member
Paul Turton has retired from full time work now, after a long experience in the education sector as a teacher, inspector, principal of four secondary schools and education consultant in the service of the British, Nigerian and German governments. Mr. Turton headed the Kaduna State, College of Education for five years as its first Principal and later served for twelve years as a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Education, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
In this role he was, for two years, the first principal of the ABU Demonstration Secondary School and subsequently the in-country coordinator of two, five year, multi-million pound projects sponsored by the British Government, through the British Council, to train the teacher trainers, in Nigeria's Colleges of Education. He left Nigeria in 1994 and subsequently participated in two projects in Pakistan, both aimed at the training of teachers, and ended his overseas career with service in the Republic of Yemen.
Mr. Turton is the author of two books, Continuous Assessment System for Schools and Colleges, a self-explanatory title, and Barewa Pride, a memoir of seven years at Barewa College, Zaria focusing on its Army Cadet Unit.
He is an Honorary Fellow of the Kaduna State College of Education and the recipient of two awards for meritorious service from the Barewa Old Boys Association.
Before becoming an educationalist, he worked in the oil industry and enjoyed a military career, with active commissioned service in Korea, Hong Kong and Nigeria.
Designation: Board Chairman
Mouftah Baba-Ahmed is an active board member of many Nigerian companies and administrative bodies. His professional career includes a solid tenure as Executive Director (Finance and Administration) of National Electric Power Authority. After public duty, Mallam Baba-Ahmed served as Executive Vice Chairman, African Investment Corporation. He also worked as Director and later became Chairman of NAL Merchant Bank.
A seasoned Management Consultant, Mallam Baba-Ahmed holds many post graduate educational qualifications from the University of Lagos, Harvard Institute of International Development and London Business School. He has attended courses both locally and abroad and he is a member of both national and international bodies.
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