- Here in LGHS, students are encouraged to develop ‘class culture’.
- Each set is divided into three arms and currently four, beginning with Basic 7 2010/2011 set.
- Each arm usually stays together as a class for three academic sessions (Junior school and Senior school).
- This helps them to understand one another better and develop sisterly love among themselves.
- Students are distributed into classes in alphabetical order of their surnames.
The classes are named Taiwo, Kehinde and Idowu.
- (These are Yoruba names given to twins and the child born immediately after them).
- Usually, a class is made up of thirty students. The class teachers are all females and they play the roles of mothers and counsellors to the girls.
- They stand beside their girls at the assembly ground; take the roll call twice daily and meet with the girls for class meetings on a weekly basis.
- At these meetings, students are given opportunities to express themselves, and receive group counselling. There is also a weekly meeting of the class teachers with the Principal.
THEME FOR THE TERM
“Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labour in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the watchman stays awake in vain. It is in vain that you rise up early and go late to rest, eating the bread of anxious toil; for He gives to his beloved sleep.” PSALM 127:1-2