Welcome to Lakefield Schools


Welcome to Lakefield schools. This is intended to give you an insight into our schools and our aspiration.

Lakefield is a unique school that provides a caring, serene, secure, and friendly environment for children with diverse abilities. Opportunities are provided for each child to unfold. Our activities are designed to foster self-confidence, self-discipline, handwork, respect, and cooperation. The worth, dignity and creative ability of every child are recognized.

Our sporting facilities are second to none. Children’s latent potential can be nurtured to fullness.
Central to our school is its academic life. Academic excellence is a goal we strive hard to maintain by taking advantage of our committed, qualified, and experienced staff working in a stimulating learning environment.
A visit to our school will be more revealing. That is why the staff and pupils join me extending an invitation to you .to come and see you in action.

 Please, call……………………or visit us for further information you may require.
We look forward to seeing you.  

                              Kareem Kolawole                                                   Head of school.


Our Curriculum

 Lakefield school, Badore Ajah Lagos is a Co-education institution with 21 facilities that cater for the academic, psychomotor, social, physical, and spiritual, needs of students and pupils every session.

The school curriculum embraces all aspects of personal growth-aesthetic, creative, human and social, moral and spiritual, scientific, mathematical, technological, and physical.

Our curriculum is comprehensive, broad-based, sequenced, relevant, balanced, differentiated, and appropriate. By a system of profiling subjects, we ensure that our children acquire the knowledge, skill, concepts, and attitudes to graduate into a fulfilling adult working life.

 We offer a wide range of qualifications that reflect our national and international accreditation. These include WASSCE/NECO/BECE and IGCSE/checkpoint.

Our curriculum is a combination of both the Nigerian and British content with the promotion of global awareness and self-development.


 The Special Education Needs (SEN)unit exists out of our passion to help children with specific learning challenges, we believe all children will learn given the right approach and differentiated task. This aims to have children transition from this sector to the mainstream.