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Primary 1 Scheme of Work

The Primary School 1 (Basic 1)  Unified Scheme of Work in Nigeria Schools serves as a guideline for educators to plan and execute teaching activities according to the Nigerian standard

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This unified scheme of work for basic class 1 will guide effective teaching and learning in private and government schools. A scheme of work is an academic outline that is designed to state what is to be covered within a specific time. It is usually for an academic session (first, second and third term). This is so because it helps teachers plan their lessons, that way they can make sure their lessons are taught before the end of the school year.

Basic primary education is the foundation of a child’s educational development, it is in primary school that a child will learn the basic skills that will prepare him for life. In this academic stage, pupils need to be empowered with quality education as it will positively impact their lives. 

The old curriculum was reviewed in 2023. The reviewed unified scheme of works covers various subjects that aid in the proper upbringing of a child. This scheme of work is derived from the Lagos State Ministry of Education curriculum.

Primary School 1 Subjects

The Lagos State Ministry of Education Curriculum for Basic Primary Education covers 14 subjects that the pupils will take, with two subjects (Agriculture and Home Economics) being optional. Below are the list of subjects taken in Basic Primary Classes:

 

  • English Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Basic Science and Technology( Basic Science, Information Technology, Physical & Health Education) 
  • National Values Education(Social Studies, Civic and Security Education)
  • Yoruba
  • Hausa
  • Igbo
  • Christian Religious Studies
  • Islamic Religious Studies.
  • Arabic
  • History
  • Cultural and Creative Arts
  • Agriculture (Optional)
  • Home Economics(Optional)

All Primary 1 Scheme of Work

Primary 1 Agricultural Science
Primary 1 English Studies
Primary 1 Cultural & Creative Art
Primary 1 Mathematics
Primary 1 National Values Education
Primary 1 Civic Education
Primary 1 Social Studies
Primary 1 Security Education
Primary 1 Yoruba Language
Primary 1 Igbo Language
Primary 1 Hausa Language
Primary 1 Arabic Language
Primary 1 History
Primary 1 Home Economics
Primary 1 Islamic Religious Studies
Primary 1 Christian Religious Studies
Primary 1 Basic Science & Technology
Primary 1 Basic Science
Primary 1 Physical & Health Education
Primary 1 Information Technology

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FAQs

What is the Primary 1 scheme of work about?

The primary 1 scheme of work is obtained from the Lagos State Government Ministry of Education Unified Schemes of  Work for Primary Schools. It outlines the curriculum and learning objectives for pupils in their first year of primary education. It is also a structured plan for teachers/ educators to follow throughout the academic year.

What subjects are included in a Primary 1 scheme of work?

The subjects included in the primary one scheme of work are English Studies, Mathematics, Basic Science and Technology(Basic Science, Information Technology and Physical Health Education), National Values Education(Civic Education, Security Education, Social Studies), Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, Islamic Religious Studies, Christian Religious Studies, Arabic, History, and Cultural & Creative Art.

Who uses the scheme of work?

The scheme of work is primarily used by teachers/educators, home tutors and parents to plan their lessons and ensure they are covering all the required topics that are needed by the pupils at that stage.

What is the average age of the learners qualified to use the basic 1 scheme of work?

The average age of learners in Basic 1 is 6 to 7 years old. This stage, which is known as the transitional stage from nursery to basic classes, will serve as a hallmark of their basic-level education.

What are the values embedded in the National Values Education?

The values embedded in the national values education are Civic Education, Security Education and Social Studies. These combined subjects will instil basic values in the heart of the student.

How can parents use the scheme of work?

Parents can use the scheme of work by having a copy of the scheme of work with them so that they can follow up on what their child is learning at school.This can help them support their child’s learning at home by talking about the topics being covered in class and finding related activities.

What impact does the primary 1 scheme intend to instil in the pupils?

The scheme is designed to build the genesis of foundation for their basic level education. At basic 1, the scheme will prepare them to write independently, such as writing simple sentences correctly, blending and pronouncing multiple words independently, attempting simple arithmetic with little or no support from their tutors etc.

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