The philosophy of Yintab group of schools is based on the idea of aiding every child learn in a planned educational environment set out to help young children reach their full spiritual and worldly potentials. These assist them to develop their own unique personalities and a strong sense of self worth. The schools are set up to provide education for the total being of the individual child, i.e., the social, intellectual, spiritual, emotional, moral, and physical development of the child. By this we shall be able to turn the best out of every child. This is also catered for through positive motivation and guidance from the teachers. Yintab, as a group of schools, cares for the pupils as individuals, their academic progress, welfare, happiness, and conduct. The happy, purposeful atmosphere is a key feature of the school which is recognized by visitors as soon as they visit the schools.

All the teaching staff at Yintab are fully qualified to teach the appropriate classes. Their qualification range from Nigerian Certificate of Education (NCE) trained for the younger children up to Bachelors Honours degree. The headmistresses of the schools, are degree holders in Guidance and Counseling. All our staff are trained and experienced. The proprietress of the school is an experienced teacher with an honours degree in (child development) and Masters degree (Guidance and Counselling).

All the children of the schools are Nigerians. The children are being encouraged to put a lot of effort into their academic work and to take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. As they progress through the school, they are given ever-increasing opportunities to take on responsibilities such as becoming a class monitor or a school prefect so that they can leave Yintab to go out into the world as responsible ambassadors.

The teachers are responsible for the general conduct and care of their classes. High standard of conduct is insisted upon and maintained. There is mutual respect between the teaching staff and students. Problems of discipline are few, when they occur, are well handled. Before problems get out of hand, parents are contacted.

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