Key Stage 2

As the foremost nursery and primary school in Lekki, Starling School is mandated to achieve high standards through our operation of a hybrid curriculum with a unique combination of British and Nigerian curricula.

Over the years, our pupils have continually gained admission into prestigious and highbrow secondary schools like Loyola Jesuit, Jesuit Memorial, Grange, Day Water Man, Whitesands College, Atlantic Hall, Louisville Girls High School, Lagoon College and many others. Our activity-based learning has led to positive output in our pupils academic performances. Our stars took the first position at the 2019 Lagoon Spelling Bee competition.

Our vision and mission remain being steadfast in our guiding principles in the teaching and learning processes as we strive to empower our stars with 21st Century skills to compete with their peers globally.

In pursuit of the above objective to be a top-tier school in Lekki and Nigeria at large, we utilize our highly trained competent staff, standard facilities and modern learning methodologies. We have a culture of high expectation for our pupils and as a result, we track each child's learning through formative evaluation processes and assessments using our core academic programmes as well as elective programmes (soft skills –clubs).

This has enabled us to identify each child's learning challenges and to put in place adequate measures to tackle these challenges on individual basis. Our former pupils in their various secondary schools reinforces the fact, our stars shine wherever they go.



The English language is a core subject in the curriculum because it is the language of instruction. It is a language spoken in most countries of the world. This subject helps in the development of the four basic skills in the child: reading, writing, listening and speaking.


This subject aims at developing our pupils' mathematical skills and the application of these skills to real life situation. Every morning, the pupils do a mental drill to help sharpen their mental alertness and numerical skills. With the use of modern teaching aids and up-to- date reference materials, Numeracy is made interesting and relaxing for our pupils.


Our school identifies with the positive influence of the computer on our society and the world at large. Pupils both in the nursery and primary school are taught theoretically and practically to independently use the computer; while improving their knowledge of various applications and software. They also learn to use the interactive white board effectively.


This subject aims at educating the children on how to care for their bodies, in appreciation of the value of good health, through physical activities and a balanced nutrition.


Teaching foreign languages help our pupils cultivate a curiosity and love for languages other than those they are exposed to. They will also be opportune to identify with people from varying backgrounds.


Teaching music helps children to communicate, collaborate and develop their creativity. Music also helps their brain make connections that support their learning in other areas, such as LITERACY and NUMERACY. Also, pupils in the primary school get to learn and play the musical instruments of their choice.

Creative Arts

This is one of the subjects through which our pupils express their artistic skills, interpret nature and the beauty of the earth around them as they work on colour mixtures, paintings, sprays, ceramics, papers, beads, strings, clothing, computer designs as so on