St Saviour’s School Ikoyi, is a British Curriculum School of approximately 320 children. The school caters for children from Foundation 2 ( Reception) to Year 6 and delivers the British National Curriculum as part of a thoroughly rounded education set in a Nigerian context. We also use the International Primary Curriculum to enhance the learning of all children.
Founded in 1951 by leading members of the Nigerian and British communities in Lagos, it is a Christian school in the Anglican tradition, accepting children of all beliefs who share our core values. A not-for-profit school, it is led by the Head Teacher empowered by the Board of
Management and guided by the Board of Trustees. We aim to have 60% of the children in the school from Nigeria, the remaining 40% being from other nationalities.
The school is a member of the Association of International School Educators of Nigeria (AISEN), The Council of British International Schools (COBIS) and the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools (IAPS). Click on the attachment below to access our latest
IAPS Complete Inspection Report and IAPS Summarised Inspection Report.
The school is situated on a very attractive site on Ikoyi island in Lagos. The classrooms are well appointed and resourced within spacious, landscaped grounds that offer the children both indoor and outdoor learning and playing areas. The school has a purpose-built Library, two ICT Labs, extensive playing fields, IWBs in every classroom, and a 25 metre swimming pool.