10 Owena Close, Off Yedseram Street, Maitama, Abuja

Happy Children, Growing in Wisdom


+234 809 582 8142


Sage Schools

10 Owena Close, Off Yedseram Street, Maitama, Abuja

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday


123 456 789


Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday


Our curriculum is a well researched, integrated and International Early Childhood Curriculum. We adapt the UK Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework, which sets the standards for the development, learning and care of children from birth to five. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure children’s holistic development, ‘school readiness’ and also gives children the broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the right foundation for good future progress through school and life.


Our curriculum content is based on the objectives and early learning goals indicated in the Development Matters of the Early Year Foundation stage (EYFS) framework. We support these objectives with themes from the well researched Scholastic Early Childhood Curriculum and we also incorporate the best of the Nigerian content to ensure that our children turn out to be globally relevant and also very much in tune with their culture.

Play Class 1-2 Year Olds

Our objective in playgroup 1 and 2 is to develop a skillful communicator, a competent learner and a strong and healthy child. Children in playgroup 1, leave this group, interacting well with adults and peers, able to feed themselves, fully potty trained and equipped with the essential skills needed for the next level.

The children in this group basically learn through playing and exploring, with focus on the Prime areas of learning, which are the fundamentals on which future learning is based.

In this class, children start learning to develop positive relationships with others as they separate from parents or main caregivers; feel safe and secure with other adults as they gradually become a part of a small group.

They begin to develop self-confidence and self-awareness as they learn basic skills like potty-training, feeding self and communicating better and clearer as they are being read to everyday and as they take part in action songs and nursery rhymes.

Play Group 2-3 Year Olds

Here, the children are introduced to letters, sounds, numbers, quantity, shapes, colours, picture reading, pre- writing skills, a lot of story time, puzzles, expressive and creative arts, other basic concepts and a lot of outdoor activities!! They leave this group ready for the challenge in the Nursery class!

In this group, children begin to acquire more basic skills as they show independence in toilet-training, washing hands after playing and painting, building up vocabulary and expressing selves clearer.

Here, they are introduced to letters, letter sounds, numbers, quantity, shapes, colours, picture reading, pre-writing skills, loads of story time, puzzles, more rhymes and songs, arts and crafts and a lot of outdoor activities.

They learn the ability to focus on individual tasks and begin to learn to manage feelings and behaviours.

Nursery/Preschool 3-4 Year Olds

Besides the wide range of knowledge these children acquire in different ar- eas, they learn to write letters, num- bers, their names, blend 2, 3 letter words and expresses themselves in words fluently.

Here, the children develop the ability to listen, understand, communicate needs and express feelings appropriately.

Besides the wide range of knowledge they acquire from the Themes taught, which actually cover several topics, the children learn the skill of letter and number formation; they learn to write their names and blend 2 and 3 letters words.

Reception/Pre K 4-5 Year Olds

This group get to build on all the Knowledge and skills of the previous years and most impor- tantly start off a Guided Reading Program where the emergent readers finally become con- fident and inde- pendent readers.

Children in this class focus on developing effective reading skills. They begin to blend more words, read High frequency and tricky words and write simple sentences.

They start off a Guided Reading Program, which enables emergent readers to eventually become confident and independent readers.

They learn to tell time, work with weights and measures, do simple additions and subtractions, use a number line and learn to identify and write more numbers.