Every child is a star, they just have different learning needs.

A unique school for special needs education for children between the ages of 10 and 18 years old

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Who is this for?

  • Children within the following special needs spectrum: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Behavioural Disorders etc
  • Mainstream children with specific learning needs, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD etc for part-time intervention and academic support
  • Children who can't access and pass mainstream IGCSE exams. (Students will receive ASDAN qualification. ASDAN is comparable to GCSES and A/AS level)
  • Children who need more quality attention and time
  • Children who need extra learning support
  • Children who need special reinforcement
  • Children  between ages 10 - 18

Get a detailed, world-class special needs assessment

Identify your child’s special needs. Know the state of your child’s learning ability

Identify your child's skills, abilities, and needs

Our career profiling will help you know where your child fits best

Find your child’s unique learning style

Understand how your child learns and determine the appropriate curricula to meet his or her learning need

Monitor and improve the teaching and learning process

Evaluate the impact of our programs on your child's learning. 

Work with Specialist tutors

Our specialist tutors will provide relevant reinforcement for any child experiencing difficulties in achieving satisfactory performance levels

Stimulating learning environment

Our state-of-the-art classrooms are designed to develop a keen interest in learning and a sense of orderliness in children

What some parents are saying

Ugochi Nwoke

I am very much impressed with the improvement that my daughter has had both academically and socially over a short period of time 

Eworitse Faseun

The school is committed to building soft skills in the children and they focus on the overall education of the child.

Latifat Ibrahim

Israel has improved and shown great interest in learning. Thanks to the teachers’ efforts and learning support. Please keep it up!



Integrated approach to special education

Anthos is the ancient Greek word (ἄνθος) for flower, bloom, blossom. Anthos House is a unique school in Nigeria.

We believe in an integrated approach to education, care and therapy, while being committed to strong academic progress delivered as functional skills.

The core purpose of Anthos House is to deliver broad, balanced and relevant learning programmes, which take into account each child’s unique needs and abilities.

Curriculum Overview

 

  • Maths
  • English
  • Information Communication Technology
  • Music
  • Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE)
  • Physical Education
  • Hospitality Training
  • Receptionist (Office Work) Training
  • Enterprise Training
  • Life Skills
  • Other services include, Educational Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language, Academic Reinforcement and ASDAN Programmes

       Pyramid of learning (from Williams and Shellenberger, 1996)

Passionate Special Needs Experts

Dr Kimberley Scollard, Principal of Anthos House

Bachelor of Art, Masters of Art in Education and Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology from Trinity University in Canada. Although Dr Scollard was born in Canada, she has been an international educator for many years.

She has always had a passion for Special Education and has set up SEN departments in several international school settings.


A safe, secure and well-supported learning environment

Anthos House provides a safe, secure and well-supported learning environment. We support students to achieve positive outcomes in a well maintained, safe and therapeutic environment, specifically designed to meet their educational and emotional needs.

Our students receive a broad, balanced and holistic education and are grouped in classes according to age rather than ability. At Anthos House, we have a range of facilities including well-resourced classrooms, an art room, an ICT suite, an educational therapy room, a food technology room and outdoor play areas.

Throughout the working week, the students will attend their classroom sessions with their teachers and support workers.

They will also experience sessions led by speech and language therapists, behaviour therapists, occupational therapists and qualified dance teachers depending on the individual needs of the child.

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