SS1 Store Keeping Scheme of Work

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About SS1 Store Keeping Scheme of Work

Storekeeping is a key subject that teaches students how to manage inventory, understand storage logistics, and ensure smooth supply chain operations. For students in Senior Secondary School 1 (SSS1), studying storekeeping as a subject provides practical insights into how businesses and industries work.

This subject helps students learn to manage inventory, handle supplies, and operate storage systems, which are important skills in today’s economy. Studying storekeeping can lead to many career opportunities, such as becoming a store manager, inventory analyst, warehouse supervisor, or supply chain coordinator. These skills are useful in many fields, including manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and logistics.

The Lagos state unified scheme of work for Store keeping in SSS1 combines theoretical knowledge with practical experience. Students will participate in hands-on activities, case studies, and field trips to warehouses and storage facilities to prepare for real-world challenges.

Assessment Guide

Assessment methods for Store keeping in Nigerian schools include written exams, continuous assessments, practical tasks, project work, class participation, field trips with reports, practical demonstrations, oral exams, group assignments, and practical logbooks. These methods comprehensively evaluate students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills in managing inventory, storage systems, and supply chain operations.

Grading follows a scale from A to F, with A representing excellent performance, typically scoring around 70% or 80%, and F indicating failure, usually below 50% or 45%.

SS1 First Term Scheme of Work for Store Keeping

 LAGOS STATE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION: UNIFIED SCHEMES OF WORK FOR SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
 Store Keeping Scheme of Work for Senior Secondary Schools 1(SSS1)
 ClassS.S.S 1
 SubjectStore Keeping
 TermFirst Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
THEME 1: OVERVIEW OF STORE KEEPING
1Introduction of store keeping1. Store keeping.
Meaning
Importance.
2Component of store keeping.1. Component.
Warehousing.
Requisitioning
Inventory and
Inventory control.
3Fields were store keeping is required.Fields were store keeping is required.
4Store organization.1. Store organization and layout.
Meaning of organization
Importance of organization.
5Store layout and importance of store layout.1. Meaning of store layout.
2. Importance of store layout.
6Factors in choosing store layout.Factors in choosing store layout.
7Materials required to set-up a store house.Materials required to set-up a store house.
8SafetySafety.
i. Meaning.
ii. Needs for safety at work place.
9Environmental issues.Requirements of good environment.
-Cleanness
-Space
-Good lighting.
-Good ventilation.
-Refuse collection, facility etc
10Environmental issues.1. Maintenance of clean environment including refuse disposal.
11Revision 
12Examination 

 

SS1 Second Term Scheme of Work for Store Keeping

 TermSecond Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
THEME 2: SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
1Introduction to warehousing.Warehousing.
-Meaning.
-Types
-Rooms
.-Cold rooms
-Silos etc.
2Nature of goods to be warehoused.Nature of goods tobe warehoused
.-Perishable
-Non perishable.
3Factors to be considered in choosing a warehouse.Consideration in choosing a warehouse e.g.
-Temperature.
-Weight of object
-Space etc.
4Types of warehouse.Types of warehouse;
-State.
-Bound
-Manufacturers
-Wholesalers etc.
5Importance of warehousing.Importance of warehousing.
6Warehousing documents.Warehousing documents.
-Uses of each document.
7Uses of warehousing documents.Uses of warehousing documents.
8Factors to be considered in setting a warehouseFactors to be considered in setting a warehouse
9Introduction to requisitioning1. Requisitioning.
i. Meaning. ii. Importance.
10Importance of requisitioning. 
11Revision 
12Examination 

 

SS1 Third Term Scheme of Work for Store Keeping

 TermThird Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
THEME 1: REQUISITIONING
1Inventory1. Meaning of inventory.
2. Uses of inventory.
2Items in an inventory.Items in an inventory.
3Types of inventory.Types of inventory.
4Inventory control uses of inventory control.1. Inventory control.
i. Meaning. 2. Uses.
5Types of inventory control.1. Types of inventory control.
2. Perpetual inventory.
i. Periodic inventory
6Difference between the types of inventory control.Difference between the types of inventory control.
7Importance of inventory control advantages of inventory control.1. Importance of inventory control
2. Advantages of inventory control.
8Advantages and disadvantages of inventory control.Advantages and disadvantages of inventory control.
9ntroduction to entrepreneurship1. Entrepreneurship.-Meaning.
2. Examples of entrepreneurship.
10Needs for entrepreneurship1. Leads in discussion on the need for entrepreneurship.
11Revision 
12Examination 

 

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