This paper examined quality assurance in primary education in Nigeria. It discussed the concept of quality and quality assurance, objectives of primary education as indicated in National Policy on Education (2004) were enumerated. Activities involved in quality assurance in primary education were highlighted. Problems militating against quality assurance in primary education were discussed such as: inadequate provision of facilities, insufficient provision of instructional materials, not ensuring curriculum relevance. Recommendations were made to include: provision of facilities should be by a combined effort of school administrators, Parent Teachers’ Association, philanthropists and government. Teachers, pupils and government should help in the provision of instructional materials. Conclusions were made.
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