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JSS1 Scheme of Work

The Junior Secondary School 1 (JSS1) Unified Scheme of Work in Nigeria serves as a guideline for educators to plan and execute teaching activities throughout the academic year.

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The Junior Secondary School 1 (JSS1) Unified Scheme of Work in Nigeria serves as a comprehensive guideline for educators to plan and execute teaching activities throughout the academic year. The new scheme is driven by technology and has equally enhanced the active participation of learners, improving standards in schools across the state and tilting the students to internationally acceptable learning standards.

JSS1 is a class where learners start adjusting to life after primary education, and the difference between basic and secondary education learning methods. Tutors need to take note of this and be quick to identify learners who are struggling to adjust. 

In 2023, the state governments unveiled the reviewed unified scheme of work, mobile learning devices, and e-books for secondary school students, designed​ to make learning more engaging and student-centred.  The scheme of work is aimed at helping the teachers develop lesson plans and notes that will reflect 21st-century learning, enabling students to study and research on their own. It is also aimed at enhancing the quality of education and ensuring consistency in teaching and learning across schools in the state.

The unified scheme of work contains syllabi of various subjects required for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). It also contains lesson plans, assessment methods, and teaching methodologies which are strategic for effective teaching and learning.

The JSS1 Scheme of Work used by Lagos State Government typically covers a range of subjects taught in primary and secondary schools within the state. There are 12 subjects covered by the unified scheme with French being optional. The subjects include: English Language

  • Mathematics
  • Basic Science
  • Basic Technology
  • Social Studies
  • Civic Education
  • Agricultural Science
  • Business Studies
  • Cultural and Creative Arts
  • Computer Studies/ICT
  • Physical and Health Education
  • French Language (where applicable)
  • Islamic Religious Studies (IRS)/Christian Religious Studies (CRS).

In addition, educational resources such as mobile learning devices, and e-books for secondary school students were made available to enhance learning and boost productivity

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FAQs

What is the maximum number of subjects to be taken in JSS1

A maximum of 15 subjects are to be taken in Junior secondary school, JSS 1.

How many subjects are compulsory in the  Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)?

There are eleven (11) compulsory subjects in the BECE.

What are the compulsory subjects for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)?
  • They include i. Mathematics vii. Business Studies ii. Basic Science & Technology viii. French iii. Nigerian Languages (Yoruba/Igbo/Hausa) ix. National Value on Education (NVE) iv. CRK/IRK x. Pre-Vocational Studies (PVS) v. Cultural & Creative Arts xi. Arabic (Optional) vi. English Studies xii. History.
How many subjects are in the unified scheme of work?

There are 12 subjects covered by the unified scheme with French being optional.

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