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How to Start a Nursery and Primary School in Nigeria 2023 Ultimate Guide

Do you dream of starting your own Nursery and Primary school? Then you need to know the requirements needed to open and run a Nursery and Primary school in Nigeria. And luckily for you, that is what we are going to be focused on in this article.

The birth rate in Nigeria is constantly increasing every year and every family would like to educate their young kids. Hence, there’s a high need for more Nursery and Primary school to educate these young ones.Information Guide Nigeria

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Opening a Nursery and Primary school is a great idea if you wish to solve the educational problems in Nigeria and make profit while doing that. But before you can do that you need to know how to start a Nursery and Primary school in Nigeria.

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How to Start a Nursery & Primary School in Nigeria

The educational system in Nigeria has sadly gone down a lot, with many schools being worn out and less equipped.Start a Nursery and Primary School 

In the past, the best schools were government-owned schools or missionary own schools.  But now sending your child to a public school is now seen as proof of impoverishment. Hence, parents try to send their kids to private schools rather public schools.

Did you know that most affordable nursery and school charges nothing but N7,000 as faculty fees? While other schools charge from N30,000 to a maximum fee of N500,000 per term.How to Prepare Amala with Ewedu and gbegiri (Abula)

If you open your own school, you can charge around N10,000 per term and you’ll still make quite the profit. For example, if you have 200 pupils, then the amount you’ll obtain from your faculty fees is 10,000 × 200 = 2,000,000. And it won’t cost you up to N1,000,000 to run a successful Nursery and Primary school.How to Prepare Ojojo (Yam fritters) in Nigeria

As you can see the investment in Nursery and Primary school business could be worthy of investment to earn some good returns.

To start up a Nursery and Primary school, here the fundamental things you need.

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1. Buy or Rent a Land or Building in a Residential Neighbourhood

The prices of landed properties vary from place to place. To get a land in some developing parts of the country like Port Harcourt, Abuja, Ibadan, Akwa Ibom, Calabar, or Lagos you must have between N2,400,000 to N800,000,000.

Do not buy lands in isolated areas not close to residential areas, as no parent would love to send their child to such a location. Parents try to avoid any inherent risk concerned with their child’s movement, hence they will send their kids to schools that’s at intervals to their home.Npower Recruitment

2. If you Purchased Land, then Build the School

The cost building a school building depends on the scale and quality of the building you intend to construct. Your engineer will give you an estimate of what that might be. Seat and debate the amount with him properly.

Ensure that the classrooms, restrooms, closets, libraries, and playgrounds in your school are spacious enough because kids love wide space, and there might be kids who are claustrophobic too.

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3. Equip and Decorate the Classrooms with the needed Facilities

Apart from the conventional chairs and tables, purchase other essential equipment to install into your classrooms. You can equip your lecture room with projector, PC, various learning aids, etc.

You will also require toys and different Playground equipment. You should also purchase gadgets used for children’s education and educator.

You can also get TV screen to install in your classrooms to play instructional videos and other educative videos during lectures.JAMB Form

It will also be a nice idea to get a bus, to pick up and drop kids off at their residence. This will also help make your school appealing to parents.

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4. Qualified Teachers and Handlers Should be Employed

If you want your school to be appealing to parents then ensure that you employ qualified teachers and handlers to work in your school.WAEC Result

The teachers should have a minimum of NCE and skills in in-service education or play-work.

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5. Register your School Properly

Your Nursery and Primary school should be fully registered as a privately-owned institution by you alone.

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is responsible for all business registration in Nigeria. Register your business as a sole proprietorship.JAMB Result

Make sure you meet all the requirements of the education board of Nigeria. Once you have met all the requirements, then you can go and start your nursery and primary school anywhere in the country.

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