The Igbinedion Education Centre Was Founded By Sir Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion (The Esama Of Benin Kingdom) And Lady Cherry Igbinedion The Foundation Stone Of The Igbinedion Education Centre Was Laid On 15th June 1990 By His Majesty Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo Erediauwa CFR, The Oba Of Benin Special Guest Of Honour Rear Admiral Augustus Aikhomu Vice President Of The Federal Republic Of Nigeria Chairman Of The Opening Ceremony Colonel Jonathan Tunde Ogbeha Bendel State Military Governor (As He Then Was) The Royal Visitor To Igbinedion Education Centre His Royal Highness, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III, The Alaafin Of Oyo, LLD, CFR.
When We Completed The Buildings Of This Education Centre, We Said, 'Our Only Dream Is That All The Studemts Who Will Be Admitted To Our Schools Will Strive For "Excellence".' We Said 'Let Them Hold High For All To See Those Fundamentals Upon Which This Great Nation Nigeria Is Built And Which Have Sustained It Through The Years-Law, Order, Truth, Freedom, Justice, Integrity, Decency, Honesty And Courage.'
Address: 218/220 Murtala Muhammed Way Close To Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital
LGA: Oredo , TOWN/CITY: Benin , STATE: Edo
Category: Creche / Pre-Nursery / Kindergarten, Nursery / Primary School, Secondary,
Gender: Boys and girls
Religion: Mixed Religion
Facility: Day School
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Igbinedion School has set out to achieve the following aims for each pupil. To educate the 'whole child' always showing concern for the individuality and uniqueness of each person.
To help each pupil achieve the highest academic standard of which they are capable. This is accomplished by employing well-qualified staff with small tuition classes of twenty-five pupils, this monitoring closely the individual needs of each pupil.
To develop the personality, character and interest of all pupils so that their responsibility and usefulness as good citizens are enhanced at school, leading to a mature approach to life as adults
The school's curriculum is broadly based in scope and in line with the federal government 6-3-3-4 system of education. Not only has care been given to the variety of subjects offered, it has also been ensured that they lead eventually, to the various courses in tertiary institutions. In addition to this, students are taught to be computer literate.
After the first three years, the children attempt the Junior School Certificate Examination. At the end of the six years they attempt the Senior School Certificate Examination.
CURRICULUM FOR SENIOR SECONDARY ONE(SS1)
COMPULSORY CROSS CUTTING CORE SUBJECTS
One Trade entrepreneurship studies
Electives are subject chosen outside the student's specialized field of study.
Auto Body repair and spray painting
Auto Electrical work
Auto Mechanical work
Auto Parts merchandising
Air Conditioning and Refrigerating
Welding and fabrication engineering craft practice
Electrical Installation and Maintenance Works
Radio, TV and electrical work
Block laying, Brick laying and Concrete Work
Painting and decorating
Plumbing and pipe fitting
Carpentry and Joinery
Catering and Craft Practice
Dyeing and Bleaching
Printing craft Practice
Leather Goods Manufacturing and Repair
GSM maintenance, etc
NOTE: All students must offer all 5 compulsory core crossing subjects. Students will offer 3-4 subjects from their fields of specialization. One(1) electives may be offered outside their field of specialization provided the total number of subjects is not more than nine(9) the minimum number of subjects is eight(8).
We have specialist rooms for Art, Music, Science, and Computers; and we have a Library and an Audio Visual Room
The subjects taught in the primary section are:
JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SUBJECTS
The junior secondary school is both pre-vocational and academic. It takes care of all the basic subjects that will enable pupils to acquire knowledge and development skills. The curriculum is therefore structured as follows:
Christian Religious Studies
P. H. E.
Cultural and Creative Arts
Islamic Religious Studies
SENIOR SECONDARY 2 & 3
Agricultural Science or a vocational subject
One Nigerian Language (Yoruba)
Literature in English
(at most three must be offered)
Designation: Principal, Senior Sec Sch
Designation: Principal, Junior Sec Sch
Designation: Principal, Montessori Pry. Sch
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