Thursday, 16 June 2016

Trip to Nigerian Bottling Company Ikeja Plant

Our Year 9 students had an educational trip to Nigerian Bottling Company Ikeja Plant on Tuesday 7th June 2016. Students had a tour of their production facilities and learnt a lot about the different stages involved in making and capping their products.

F.C.T Interschool Performing Arts Competition

The High School emerged second place at the F.C.T Interschool Performing Arts Competition on 18th May, 2016. This event took place at the Muson Centre, Onikan Lagos.

2016 LBS (High) Sports Day

It was a great day at the Lekki British School (High) Sports day which held on Tuesday March 22nd, 2016. Parents, staff and students were on ground to ensure the success of the event. There was a parent’s race with the Students and Preheat events held as a build up to the day. Such events included the dance competition, relay race and shot put among others.

2016 LBJS Sports Day

LBJS Sports Day themed "Go For Gold! - LBS Junior Olympics" held on Saturday, March 19, 2016. It was a huge success with Mrs. Chioma Ajunwa-Opara as our Special Guest. The children participated in different Olympic sports and showed a good spirit of sportsmanship. Owls House came 1st for the 3rd time in a row, Robins House came 2nd, Doves House came 3rd and Kingfishers House came 4th.


The annual Lekki British School (Junior) Book Awareness Days Event is scheduled for February 10th - 12th 2016. This year, the theme is ‘Book Banquet – Teaching Children About Core Values’ and it encompasses both fiction and nonfiction titles centred around morals and values that form the foundation upon which children build their lives. There will be special events from Wednesday – Friday (10th- 12th) February, 2016 and we request all parents to join us during our Book Awareness Days activities and also take extra time to read books to your children at home.

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Trip To Egbin Power Plant

The KS4 students of Lekki British School took an educational tour to Egbin Power station at Ikorodu part of Lagos on February 4th,2016.The trip focussed on power generation, transmission and distribution. Our students had the opportunity of having a practical and industrial experience of how power is generated, transmitted and distributed in Nigeria.

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Early Years Fairy Tale Dressup & Cookout

This spring term ,the children have been learning across all areas with the theme (fairy tale). To extend our classroom knowledge,we had an outdoor activity and the children shared various concepts and ideas they have learn from the stories . It was fun,as we got dressed in our favorite fairy costumes and made yummy meals.

2015 Tasters’ day

The Year 5 and 6 students of Lekki British Junior School visit the school yearly to have a taste of the high school. They take a tour of the school, participate in classes and competitions with the high school students.

Lekki British Junior School celebrate Diwali day

Diwali (or Deepavali, the "festival of lights") is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn (northern hemisphere) or spring (southern hemisphere) every year. Arguably the most important festival in Hinduism, it is an official holiday in Fiji, Guyana, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.

Time Out @ La Campagne Tropicana

Our boarders always have a ‘home away from home’ experience. We make learning fun as we ensure that students always have good recreational experiences. For one of our boarders happy Sunday, they had the thrill of experiencing the beautiful scenery of La Campagne. Along with the hostel parents, they participated in beach football, walks, dance and a variety of other games.

LBJS Prefect-ship Inauguration

Lekki British School inaugurated their prefects. These students will work in collaboration with the Management of the school to ensure growth across all areas of the school. They were sworn into office by the school lawyer, Adewale Modupe. Congratulations to all the prefects!

Lekki British School celebrate Nigeria at 55

We strongly believe in the cultural values and norms of our great nation, our curriculum also blended with a strong ‘spice’ of the Nigerian culture. While we give the best in education, we also ensure that our children do not forget their culture.

This year at the Lekki British School the theme for our Independence Day celebration was ‘A People Forever’. The students at various year groups thrilled the audience with a variety of dance drama such as the Edo cultural dance by Year 7, the Year 8 dazed the audience with the Koroso dance from the Northern part of Nigeria, the Year 9 students got an ovation from the audience for their adept skills in the Swange dance from the middle belt. The Year 10 students also proved to be a force to reckon with, with an Atilogu dance showing the Eastern culture and the Year 11 presented the Bata dance of the Western Part of Nigeria.

French Day

France got her independence through Revolution on 14th July, 1789 and this date represents the commemoration of France’s National day every year.

Here in Lekki British School, the Languages Department commemorates French Day on the 30th of June every year. Parents and Staff are cordially invited to grace the occasion.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

LBJS Career Day

As you may be aware from the children our school theme for this term is “People Who Help Us”. Children are inquisitive and curious about the world around them. Different professions and the people involved in these professions are often introduced to young children as "helpers" or "community friends." Meeting real people who do the jobs they are learning about/have learnt about creates an exciting atmosphere in the classroom. Reading books about different careers also adds to the learning experience. However, a Career Day can be even more exciting when children are offered hands-on activities and learn directly from actual professionals.

In other to make the Career Day a success, the school will appreciate parent’s support by volunteering to talk about their profession/areas of expertise or recommend a relative or friend who will be willing to give the children thirty minutes of their valuable time. Our goal in this program is to orient our students toward various professions. This will include an explanation of entry-level requirements, the pluses and minuses of particular jobs and most importantly, the speaker’s own personal insights into his/her profession.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

LBJS 2015 Inter House Sport

The Sports' Day was awesome. We really had lots of fun. The presence of Kanu Nwankwo and AY made it even more interesting. We appreciate all our participants, parents, sponsors and friends that left their busy schedule to come and spend time with us.

Kanu Nwankwo To Play With Lekki British School Students On Inter-House Sports Day

Sports’ Day is on Saturday 14th March 2015.The theme for this Year’s Sports’ Day Event is“Sprint into Spring”. We are excited to inform you all that Kanu Nwankwo will be live in the school to play with our children. Parents are expected to come prepared as you will be expected to participate in different activities. The children are looking forward to your participation in the parent race and tug of war.”

2015 Book Awareness Day

The Story part of the Spring Term is an exciting phase of the school year. This year the reading week will be centered on the theme Cover to Cover; Coast to Coast As we did last year, each week our children will be taking advantage of this period to learn about different range of book genre.
For example myths, fables, biographies, information texts and lots more will be covered. The essence of this is to increase the knowledge and awareness of different types of books. The school will be glad to have parents involved by coming on Wednesdays of every week between 1:30-2:00pm to read to the children for thirty (30)) minutes.