Walbrook College, Ibadan has been accredited by the Oyo State Ministry of Education and West African Examination Council since 1998 and by the National Board for Technical Education (later National Examination Council) since 2000.
Walbrook College, Ibadan is organized on the basis of the National 9-3-4 policy of Education. Especially the “9-3-” part of the policy. The school follows the scheme as outlined in the National Curriculum, and standards set by the West African Examination Council and the National Examination Council.
The school runs the Junior and Senior Secondary programmers. Each having a three- year’s duration. There is Walbrook Junior School that runs the first six years of the nine years part of the Basic education.
JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
This is a three-year programmed leading to the award of the Oyo State and Federal Junior School Certificates.
Walbrook Junior [Basic] School is a private, coeducational Basic (Primary) school. It was established to provide the best quality, foundation education with standard comparable anywhere in the world, to children aged 3 - 11 years. more >>
SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
The Senior Secondary School is designed to complement the junior (Basic) Secondary. In the senior secondary school, each student offers Six (6) core subjects and in addition, chooses two or three subjects from the optional or electives.
Thus having to offer a minimum of eight and maximum of nine. more >>
As noted earlier in this Profile, the idea of Walbrook College, Ibadan was based on the belief on “total
Education”. In the school we put forth effort to nurture the students by aiding them to develop academically, socially, spiritually and mentally.
We also have after-school sports programme involving sports disciplines such as Football, Table Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton and Athletics. Also available are indoor games, such as Scrabble and Chess. We encourage all our students to be part of these programmes. It is a wonderful opportunity for them to experience, explore and develop their talents in these sports.
The School has the following functioning Clubs/Societies:
- Red Cross and Red Crescent (Red) Society.
- The Boys’ Scout Movement.
- Literary and Debating Society, school’s co-curricular calendar. -Press Club
- HIV Awareness Club
- Cultural and Drama Society
- Junior Engineers, Technician and Scientists Club
- French Club
- Music Club
Every student must compulsorily belong to one of these Clubs/Societies that exist in the school. In addition, the school has a separate Co-curricular Department that coordinates the activities of these Clubs and Societies. In conjunction with the Clubs - and in some occasions other external establishments - the Co-curricular Department organizes activities such as: Inter Clubs/Classes/Houses Debates, Quiz Competition, Spelling bee, Press and Science Weeks; Talent Shows; Drama Presentations; Musical concert, Nigerian Cultural Day; Clubs/Societies Day Exhibitions etc.
Students also engage in educational Field Trips (Excursions) to places of educational, social, cultural and political interests. These trips are designed to enrich student’s knowledge and compliment their classroom activities. Parents are usually informed when such are being organized.
The school enjoys the services of a consultancy firm in the area academics and administrative organization, co-curricular activities and counseling.
Leadership training, career development and achievement workshops and seminars are held regularly for the students. Teachers also receive in-service training and workshops on a regular basis.