Meeting academic challenges with openness, enthusiasm and a willingness to work through Teaching and Learning
At Springhall Secondary School
We believe that there are five essential elements that are conducive to learning. (1) The teacher’s role is to act as a guide. (2) Students must have access to hands-on activities. (3) Students should be able to have choices and let their curiosity direct their learning. (4) Students need the opportunity to practice skills in a safe environment. (5) Technology must be incorporated into the school day.
Therefore we are committed to providing high quality learning through high quality teaching. We strive to achieve this by providing high quality teaching and learning training opportunities, both internal and external, rigorous assessment training programmes and opportunities for both staff and students, and on-going high quality feedback.
The challenge of being a global citizen goes hand in hand with pride and dignity in our national heritage.
Springhall Secondary School believes that through the correct exploration and delivery of Religion, the Humanities &Nigerian studies, the students will gain a better understanding of the world and their place within it, in order that they achieve a richer and more fulfilling life.
Students’ progress and continual deeper spiritual, moral, social, and cultural understanding of the world, both in terms of the physical and metaphysical, is at the heart of all lesson delivery. Therefore, it is every teacher’s duty to deliver appropriate learning opportunities to expand pupils’ awareness, as well as to assess and monitor progression throughout every lesson.
The humanities department aim to benefit both students and the whole school by nurturing self-sufficient, considerate, and confident students who are happy, stable, and capable of functioning and succeeding in all areas of the curriculum, society, and the world.
Lessons though centered on the British curriculum ensures that a comparison and contrast to similar events in African civilizations are also taught alongside international events.