NESAM International School is located in a very cool environment of Alexander, Apata, Ibadan, in Oyo State. A beautiful, dynamic and the third largest city in West Africa. Ibadan, city in southwestern Nigeria, capital of Oyo State, located about 110 km (about 70 miles) northeast of Lagos. We are a four-tier institution offering quality instruction in an educationally stimulating atmosphere for students in pre-nursery, nursery, primary, and college. Founded in 2004, NESAM began as a nursery school and expanded over the years to include all grades up to the final year of College.
NESAM the bi-lingual primary school where students learn in English and French. They also have an enhanced curriculum with a focus on African history, geography, and culture. These facilites include fully-equipped science labs, a well-appointed library/resource center, computer labs with modern educational software, a playing field, basketball court, tennis court, staff rooms, and several administrative offices. All the staff are highly certified and dedicated teachers motivate students to reach for the best in themselves. Team leaders plan for and supervise the smooth running of all the sections of the school. In-service workshops are an integral part of the teaching experience at NESAM.
NESAM has been conducting Anglia exams for the last 10 years. We create a growing awareness of the importance of Anglia Examinations in Primary, Secondary Schools and Tertiary Institution. Most especially, secondary school graduates planning to study abroad, and professionals planning to migrate to UK.
Our vision at NESAM International School is to empower students to acquire, demonstrate, articulate and value knowledge and skills that will support them, as life-long learners, to participate in and contribute to the global world and practice.
The core values of the school: respect, tolerance, inclusion, and excellence.
10 Interesting Facts About Nigeria
- Nollywood is the nickname for the Nigerian Movie Industry, and it’s even bigger than Hollywood. It is estimated to be second in the world, only to Bollywood in India. About 200 movies are produced every week.
- The highest point is Chappal Waddi at 7936 ft (2,419 meters above the sea)
- The name Nigeria is derived from Niger, which is the longest river in West Africa
- Nigeria has a vertically striped green-white-green flag. The green stands for agriculture and the white for unity and peace.
- Benin City in Nigeria was the centre of the Benin kingdom. Beginning in the 15th century, the kingdom gave rise to the first internationally recognised African art form known as the ‘Benin Bronzes’ (elaborately decorated brass and bronze sculptures).
- In 1897, the city was destroyed by the British and its treasures stolen. The majority of those treasures remain locked in the British Museum
- Nigeria moved its capital to the planned city of Abuja in 1991 as Abuja was more centrally located, more politically and ethnically neutral and less congested. in London.
- The Nigerian town of Igbo Ora is known as the “twins capital of the world” as around 50 sets of twins are born out of every 1,000 births – one of the highest rates of twin births in the world.
- Nearly 95% of Nigeria’s rainforest has been destroyed. Mongabay described Nigeria’s forests as “some of the most threatened on the planet”.
- The Jos Plateau Indigobird, a small reddish-brown bird, is found nowhere else on the planet but Plateau state, Nigeria.
Anglia Nigeria Contact Information
Contact Anglia Nigeria: Contact Form
Mrs. Mercy Okoro (Proprietress) – 08035139617
Mr. Uwujare Lucky (Anglia Coordinator) - 08034235345