Common Entrance

We measure our success by learning outcomes and we believe that it’s not just about ensuring children are in class but making sure that once there, learning is happening. We make sure that each and every school is a gateway for success.

Our pupils have taken the national common entrance exam over consecutive years and excelled, winning places at some top secondary schools in Nigeria. They have also taken part in internationally acclaimed studies which prove that a child’s socio-economic background is no barrier to success.


Academic reports

Here you’ll find all of the evidence for our academic success in our Nigeria community schools including exam results and independent reports.


National exam results
For two consecutive years now (2019-2020) our pupils have sat the national Common Entrance Exam and excelled.
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Our community school work in Nigeria began in 2015, giving us the opportunity to help improve learning outcomes for children in underserved communities. Initially, we were contracted by The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) as part of the Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria (DEEPEN) programme. A DFID study showed that our Bridge community schools in Lagos are delivering equity of education. Since 2019, our pupils have excelled in the federal common entrance exam and are now attending top secondary schools in Nigeria.