Notify parents if a sick student does not respond to treatment in twenty-four hours and immediately in
Notify parents immediately if a student with medical history reports to the sick bay.
Arrange and organise health enlightenment programmes.
Refer students to appropriate hospitals. The academy shall arrange for emergency medical treatment for
students where this becomes necessary. Cost incurred through such treatment outside the scope of the
medical staff shall be borne by the parents
DISCIPLINE IN THE ACADEMY
Discipline is not only good for children, it is necessary for their happiness and well-being. Discipline is
as vital for healthy child development as nutritious food, physical and cognitive exercises, love, and other
basic needs. Without discipline, children lack the tools necessary to navigate relationships and challenges
in life such as self-discipline, respect for others, and the ability to cooperate with peers.
Discipline and punishment are not synonymous terms. Punishing for wrong doing is an occasional element of
discipline, but discipline is the total training of the child. It not only teaches them the "don'ts" of life
but, more important than that, it teaches them the "do" side of human responsibility
Child discipline, when done correctly, is not about trying to control your child but about showing her how
to control her own behaviour. It is not about punishing a child for doing something wrong but about setting
clear parameters and consequences for breaking rules so that she learns how to discipline herself.
The school runs a school wide rewards and correction matrix. Our rules and regulations are outlined in our
code of conduct alongside corresponding corrective measures for defaulters.
The rewards & correction matrix is designed to incorporate the features of effective discipline and lead to
the all-round character development of our students. Student receive tiaras for positive behaviour and
coloured warnings for negative behaviour. Warning culminate in a red tag at which point the student will
face the disciplinary committee. Parents will be informed when the committee reaches a decision.
SO WHY CHOOSE ROYAL GIRLS ACADEMY ?
Personalized Activity based Learning
A Cambridge Accredited Centre
Over 15 years of Excellent, Malpractice Free Results in WAEC and NECO
Development of Personal Values and Thinking Process
With over 20 years of Experience, RGA Runs the Most Established Private Girls School in
Career Focused Education
A choice of Over 50 Electives
Innovative but Proven Methods of Teaching.
AIMS OF ROYAL GIRLS ACADEMY
To mould the intellect and character of the girl-child by providing a solid academic and moral
To ensure the personal development of each child along her interests, capabilities and talents.
To encourage the development of values and thinking processes that enhance the girl-child
intelligent adaptability to a dynamic world.
To encourage self-discipline and personal integrity in the students
The RGA Junior School curriculum is carefully developed and regularly revised to provide a comprehensive
programme which will best prepare our students for the world stage. We use a hybrid curriculum that
comprises of the Rivers State Ministry of Education, Federal Government Junior Secondary and Cambridge
Checkpoints Curricula. At the Junior Secondary School Level, the following subjects are offered.
School Year is covered in 3 terms with a break in between each term. The first term runs from September to
December, second term runs from January to April and the third from April to July. Students in SS2 and JSS2
have an extra term in August to prepare them for WAEC, NECO, Cambridge IGSCE and checkpoints examinations.
The school issues a calendar for the new term at the end of preceding term. All events and activities are
outlined on the calendar