"PAMS Montessori School was established in January 1998 in memoriam of Late Princess Comfort Adunola, the mother of the founder of the school."
The idea for the school was borne out of a passion to revolutionise the Nigerian education sector and contribute its quota in raising future transformational leaders for our nation.
In 2004, the school went through a transformation and renovation exercise where the name was changed to PAMS Montessori School.
Our school is Montessori-certified and approved by the Lagos State Government. It is located in the serene area of Mafoluku in Lagos State.
We are honest in our dealings with parents, teachers and children. We demonstrate fairness in all our actions and fulfill commitments.
We are dedicated to imparting quality all-round knowledge to our children, through our extremely skilled and professional teachers.
We celebrate the individuality of each child and diversity our pupils, teaching others to do the same.
We consciously find ways to contribute positively to the local community, sharing our time and resources with them.
PAMS Montessori School works with a blend of the Nigerian and British curriculum in developing the well-rounded PAMS pupil.
In the PreSchool and Nursery classes, the children learn using the Montessori curriculum. This is an innovative and practical learning method that incorporates specific learning outcomes and knowledge skills that align with children’s developmental needs and interests. It is divided into five key areas of learning: practical life, sensorial, mathematics, language, and culture.
In the primary classes, we blend the British curriculum with the Nigerian curriculum to raise children that are very knowledgeable about their country’s history and values. Key Subjects include, Reading, Writing, Numeracy, Spelling, Literacy/Grammar and Moral Studies.
In an effort to develop a well-rounded child, we incorporate extra-curricular activities into our curriculum through our various clubs. These include: Swimming, Ballet, Taekwando and Music.
The meal service is optional