We have very high academic standards. Even then, we are still aim to do much better. Our courses are based on the National and International Curricula, but with a flexibility that puts the child’s needs first.
Our teachers ensure their lessons are lively, child centred and involving which helps students enjoy learning.
We are unique in our system of building a reading culture in students through the use of internet, interactive board, projectors and other modern teaching aids. Teachers’ lesson notes are regularly checked by their HODs to avoid repetition of obsolete notes. A special class is created for students with learning deficiencies to properly address their educational needs. Examinations are conducted under strict examination rules as no form of exam malpractice is allowed in the school. Students are taught to place their integrity above any other gains.
Like JAMB, ADA to use Computer-based Testing
The world is gradually doing so much online these days. It is a very positive development that the government has adopted Computer-Based Testing (CBT) for future Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations. Aflon Digital Academy will from next term do the same. We have acquired the software and the expertise to use computers for the conduct of tests in our school.
We have just conducted a pilot test, and the outcome is quite positive. It is a wonder why we have not tried out this option a long time ago. Change is definitely here with us, and ADA is part of the change: always striving for the very best. Our students will now undergo aptitude testing on weekly basis, without overloading the teachers.
In the long run, ADA will set up an online school that will provide distance learning service to anyone across Nigeria. Aflon Virtual School is well on the way to being set up. It is a matter of time.