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Yintab Group of International Schools



T. O. S. Benson Estate Road,
Owutu, Ikorodu.
Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 234-1-7738391, 002348033311235.
yintablimited@yahoo.com
www.yintab.com
Yintab Nursery and Primary school in Owutu, Ikorodu is situated on 8483. 47 square meters piece of land. This was allocated to the school by Lagos state government through the Lagos State Development and Property Corporation (LSDPC) in 1996. The State decided not to provide a Nursery and Primary school for a lower middle-income estate that it constructed and provided the land for a private initiative to meet the needs of a social good. The construction of the school buildings started in July 1997. Our classrooms are clean, well ventilated and attractive with charts art objects. The out door environment is large with a playing field, playground with swings and climbing equipment. Extra-curricular activities include: a range of non-sporting activities such as chess club, scouts club, Taekwando, literary and debating club, Maths club, Agric. Science club, Music and cultural clubs. Pupils are encouraged to give full commitment to extra-curricular activities when required to do soby the school. The day care department takes care of children from 6 weeks old to 2 years. This is to lift up the burden of working mothers from entrusting their children in the hands of unprofessional nannies.
The nursery department caters for age 2 and 5 years old. We have a variety of equipment which is suitable for large muscle coordination. There are toys and games which are good learning experiences for the children as they discover things for themselves. The classes are managed by qualified teachers for the kindergarten and nursery I and II. Each class has a maximum of twenty children. During the time the children are with us, they are given a good foundation for effective learning. They are brought up in spiritual ways through Bible stories are read and important morals such as kindness, respect, and concern for people and things around them, including the environment. This department educates children so that they are fit for admission into the primary department of the school or of any other primary school.