Secondary SchoolMay 30, 2023 2023-10-05 9:56
Holden Park Middle School curriculum gives due regard to the British curriculum as set out by the Department for Education (DFE) which has been researched and evidenced to be successful. In view that education is cultural, Holden Park seamlessly reflects the Nigerian background in order to teach her rich culture and context.
We are hinged on the British curriculum for our Key Stage 4 (Year 10 – 12), respectively. Nevertheless, they are also given a choice of a pathway of learning for WAEC.
We offer local content centering on African Studies, where we discuss Nigerian History, Nigerian Cultures, and our students can learn about our local environment.
In order to further explore and bring in our local Nigerian heritage, we have a Nigerian Heritage Club that centers and covers the key Nigerian cultures and languages including Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa, individually. This is for those who have special interest in the Nigerian heritage.
Our teachers work hard to provide each student with the relevant learning experiences that are fun and enjoyable; that follow their interest and fosters their natural curiosity. Teaching is to the highest standards and it ensures that every child is motivated, challenged and prepared for the
next stage of their learning journey.
The main subjects taught at the secondary school are English, Mathematics, Science, French, Spanish, Geography, History, Religious Education, Global Perspectives, Computing, Design and Technology, Art, Drama, Music and Physical Education. We are committed to developing our students critical thinking skills as well as their literacy skill. We also run personal, social, health and economic ( PSHE ) education as an important and necessary part of our learning and the use of technology underpins all learning experiences.