School Rules and Regulation
RFA approach towards discipline is that every student should be responsible and demonstrate self-discipline in conduct and contribute to the overall well-being of all in the school. We believe that every child has the right to expect and contribute towards a conducive learning environment in the school.
- All students are expected to be caring and respectful. RFA has ZERO tolerance for bullying, rude unruly behavior, or abuse of any form. Students are expected to be respectful in attitude and manner to people and property.
- Students are to work diligently not only on assigned classwork, homework and projects etc., but also have regular self-revision in order to ensure success.
- Students are to attend all academic programmes, co-curricular activities and other school-related programmes.
ATTENDANCE AND PUNCTUALITY
- Attendance in school is compulsory. Excuse from school may be granted on a case-by-case basis if the school is informed earlier. All medical certificates or letters of excuse must be submitted to the Form Teacher immediately when the student returns to school. Absence without a valid reason will be deemed as truancy and duly punished.
- Students are expected to be in school by 7.45 a.m. All Form Teachers will then mark attendance. Students must be punctual for school and attend all school programmes and events. Students who are late for school i.e. after 7:55 am are subjected to late-coming procedures which include manual duties before they are allowed back to class.
- All students must attend all ASSEMBLY, CHAPEL and CLASS DEVOTION.
- All students must attend all ASSEMBLY, CHAPEL and CLASS DEVOTION.
- All students must sing the School Song with pride and respect.
- During morning devotion, students are to listen carefully and to record down learning points in the handbook.
- Students must be punctual. Absence without a valid reason will be considered as truancy.
- All students will work with all classmates and teachers to achieve optimal outcomes. Students must not leave the classroom or labs without permission from the teachers in charge.
- All students must be punctual for all lessons.
- Students must report damage of equipment/furniture in the classrooms or labs to the teacher in charge.
FACILITY/HEALTH AND SAFETY
- All areas in school should be in a better condition and state of cleanliness after use. Students must maintain the highest standards of cleanliness at all times on the school premises.
- Students must take good care of school property and premises. The cost of replacement for vandalized items will be borne by student(s) responsible for the damage.
- Food and all sweet drinks are to be consumed only in designated zones.
- Mobile phones and electronic gadgets are not allowed in the school. However, they can only be brought into the premises with the teacher’s permission.
- Students must champion health and safety in the school
- Students must participate during emergency drills
SCHOOL BUS SERVICES
Pickup and drop-off services are available for the following locations-Wuse, Garki, Utako, Jabi, Lokogoma, Garki, Garki II, Wuse II, Gwarinpa, Life Camp, Apo, Games village, Maitama and other areas in the city centre. Pupils/students are expected to behave well and observe all Covid-19 protocols. Interested parents can contact the school office on 08053561109 or 08116055399.
All pupils/students in RFA are required to wear the school prescribed uniform and to have a neat, clean appearance (i.e. shirts tucked in, belts in loops, hair properly made or trimmed, uniforms properly worn, etc.). All school uniforms must be purchased from the school. Slim-fitting of trousers or skirts and unnecessary adjustments of school uniforms will not be condoned. No sagging or exposure of undergarments will be allowed. Hair attachments, excessive hair ornaments, dangling/large ear-rings, necklaces, bracelets and wristbands are not allowed in the school. Hair should be neatly plaited for girls and neatly trimmed for boys.
VISITORS ON CAMPUS
Parents are always welcome at the school, however, all parents or visitors who wish to drop off items for their wards must first sign in with the school secretary. Parents or Visitors are not allowed into the classrooms while lessons are on-going except on Parent/Teacher Conference days.
All forms of indiscipline and disruptive behaviour will be punished in accordance with approved penalties as outlined in the students’ code of conduct.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, to create a balance between curricular and co-curricular activities, a number of special events take place within the term across sections each year. These include;
- Celebration of Nigerian Independence on 1st October
- Inter House Sports Days
- Festival of Art
- Christian Variety Day held during Easter
- Leadership Week
- Subject exhibition
- Community service
- Mission outreach
- Subject fair
- Christmas carol
- Board room conferences
- Upper Primary Parliament
- Lower Primary Day
- Nursery Cultural Day
- Pyjamas Day
- Soiree Francais (French Evening)
- Science Fair
- Bible Week
- Literacy Week
- School clubs
CHAPEL AND STUDENTS MENTORING SESSION:
Chapel holds every Friday across school and it is compulsory. Students Mentoring Sessions takes place on Wednesdays and is compulsory for all students of the High school. Pupils/Students are expected to attend these programmes with their bibles and note books. No food or drinks are allowed during chapel.
WHOLE SCHOOL FASTING:
This takes place on the first Friday of resumption, all pupils/students and faculty participate in a general prayer/ fasting session to corporately ask God’s blessing and protection. Parents who do not wish their children to participate in the fast for health reasons will contact the school through the class teacher.
GRADUATION/VALEDICTORY SERVICE/PRIZE GIVING DAY:
in Royal Family Academy, graduating students in Kindergarten, Grade 6, Junior and Senior High are honoured at Graduation and Prize Giving ceremony at the completion of their studies. Graduating students and awardees are expected to follow standard dress codes and time schedules.
|NURSERY||PRIMARY||HIGH SCHOOL(JUNIOR)||HIGH SCHOOL(SENIOR)|
|Numeracy||Numeracy||English Studies||English Language|
|General Knowledge||Science||Basic Science||Civic Education|
|Bible Studies||Bible Studies||Basic Technology||Trade/Entrepreneurship Subjects: Fishery, Dyeing and bleaching, brick laying.|
|Fine Arts||Social Studies||Christian Religious Studies||Biology|
|Rhymes||Fine arts||Social Studies||Chemistry|
|Nigerian languages (Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo)||ICT||Agricultural Science||Agriculture|
|History||Physical and Health Education||Physical Education|
|Leadership||Cultural and Creative Arts||Health Science|
|Nigerian Languages (Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo)||Music||ICT|
|French||Hausa||Nigerian Languages (Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo)|
|Spanish (Grade 1 & 2)||Civic Education||Literature-in-English|
|Home economics||Home economics||Geography|
|Christian Religious Studies|