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St. Saviour's School Ebute-Metta Being the Best Primary School in Lagos
St. Saviour's School Ebute-Metta Being the Best Primary School in Lagos

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St. Saviour's School Ebute-Metta Being the Best Primary School in Lagos
St. Saviour's School Ebute-Metta Being the Best Primary School in Lagos
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Take a look into our day to day life here at Saint Saviour’s School

Mission Statement

” To provide an enabling environment which inspires excellence, lifelong learning and global citizenship”


Hello and welcome to St. Saviour’s School, Ebute – Metta, where we are committed to nurturing every child to achieve their true potential.

St. Saviour’s School Ebute – Metta, the pioneer School of the St. Saviour’s Schools (St. Saviour’s School, Ebute – Metta and St. Saviour’s School, Ikoyi) was founded in 1951 and for 47 years provided quality education to primary school age children.  In 1998 the St. Saviour’s School, Ebute – Metta in a bid to continue nurturing children, started the nursery school and today, proudly provides an enabling environment which inspires excellence and lifelong learning to children between ages 3 and 11.

At St. Saviour’s School, Ebute – Metta, our curriculum is a blend of the Nigerian curriculum and the International curriculum in core subjects; we believe that every child is capable of showing significant gains wherever they find themselves, regardless of previously acquired academic levels.  We also believe in a strong partnership between the home and school to help meet the needs of every child not only academically but emotionally and socially.

Our teachers and staff are qualified and committed to helping every child learn and grow.  Our facilities are modern and we continue to maintain and upgrade as required to ensure 21st century standards.

I am excited to be a part of the St. Saviour’s School, Ebute – Metta community and I look forward to working with you and your child/children to ensure an exciting and successful time with lasting memories from the St. Saviour’s School Ebute – Metta.

I encourage you to stop by or call should you have any questions or should you decide to enrol your child with us.


Lawrencia Izedonmwen

Head Teacher

School Organisation

The school enrols pupils from Nursery 1.

There are 6 classes in Nursery 1 and 2.

From Primary 1 to Primary 6 there are 4 classes per year group.

Each year has a Year Head and there are 4 Sectional Heads, who together with the Deputy Head Teacher and Head Teacher form the Senior Management Team.

There are various Subject Co-ordinators.

Class teachers are responsible for the day to day delivery of the Curriculum, guided by the Long and Medium Term Planning, from which their weekly plans are devised.

Subject Co-Ordinators review the Planning annually and Year Heads monitor the weekly plans, in the first instance.  The SMT monitors all planning.

All planning is required to meet the needs of all pupils, differentiated to allow all pupils to access learning, to be challenged in order to extend their learning.

Every Child Matters (ECM)

St. Saviour’s School Ebute Metta, is committed to  the ECM agenda:

  • Be Healthy– Learn skills to make choices in health through understanding how to keep fit, mentally, socially, physically and spiritually.
  • Stage Safe-To be able to access information through reading instructions visual contexts and role play.
  • Enjoy and Achieve– To develop new knowledge about themselves and the world.
  • Make a Positive Contribution– To experience new situations through positive activities which will help mould and build confidence.
  • Economic Well Being– To have the preparation to be an active member of society.

Monitoring Progress

Pupils progress is closely monitored through a carefully structured timetable of class based Continuous Assessment and formal testing, every term.
Examinations are written at the end of every term.

An Open Day for parents is held each term where parents have the opportunity to view their child’s work and discuss their progress with the teachers.

Pupils are guided by the teachers to assess their own performance, in order to understand what they need to do to improve and to recognise the next steps in their learning journey.


St. Saviour’s is our school, in all the things we do, we strive always to bethe best and being the best