Throughout the year the school organises a number activities that extend and enrich the curriculum.
Through these activities students have fun, build meaningful and respectful social relationships and become enthusiastic about about this important aspect of school life.
The school organizes a focused cross-phase week of activities each academic year, featuring an area of the curriculum.
To enrich sport and physical education we introduced Biennial Inter-house Sport & Athletics Competition, led by sport specialists within the Lagos State.
Cultural Day is another important event in the school calendar, bringing the whole school community together to celebrate diversity and the importance of working together to bring about peace and well-being for all world citizens. Nigeria’s Independence Day is a very special day when Royal Crest students join the children’s parade throughout the state and afterwards enjoy a social event back at school.
Throughout the year students choose good causes to support, or respond to emergency appeals, organizing a range of activities from colour day to fruits day. For older students these will include community action and service projects (CSR).
Students have regular opportunities to perform in music rendering and ballet dance. All activities are linked to the curriculum, or personal studies, so that extension and enrichment is provided for all students irrespective of their individual gifts and talents. School dances usually take on a theme linked to a calendar event, or activity week.
Parents are invited to support the range of student activities on offer. The school end of session party at School event ground in July, is a great way for our younger students and their parents to get to know each other better, at the start of the school year. Similarly, events such as our Valedatory Service in July, is designed to bring graduating students and their families together.