Category: Education

Adeiso Presby Prim A& B cries for help

Adeiso Presby Prim A& B cries for help

Mrs. Comfort Odro Yeboah, headmistress of Adeiso Presby Primary School A & B in the Upper West Akyem District of the Eastern Region has appealed to the government to provide adequate infrastructure to enable the school to end the shift system. According to the headmistress, the school, which was established in 1936 had inadequate classroom blocks to house the student […]

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World Food Programme donates assorted items to JHS girls

World Food Programme donates assorted items to JHS girls

The World Food Programme (WFP), has presented foodstuffs, vegetable oil and iodised salts to girls in some selected Junior High Schools (JHS) in the three Northern Regions and parts of Volta Region. Madam, Magdalena Owusu Moshi, the Acting Country Director of the WFP who presented the food items to beneficiaries at the Bavum Presbyterian JHS in the Tamale metropolis yesterday […]

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‘The teacher is key to economic transformation’

Mr John Kwamena Amos,a lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering at the Takoradi Technical University, has called on teachers to discharge their duties with positive knowledge, attitudes and skills to the learners. He said professional and dedicated teachers were the ones who were punctual to all school activities, honest, patient, resourceful among others. “These and many more are the […]

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‘Don’t prevent children from speaking local languages’

‘Don’t prevent children from speaking local languages’

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr Eric Kwakye Darfour has called on the management of schools to desist from prohibiting the speaking of local languages in their schools. According to him, the prohibition made it difficult for students and pupils to learn and appreciate their own language adding that most times they were prevented from speaking the language which identifies them […]

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Book on how to study, write an examination launched

Book on how to study, write an examination launched

A book on how to study and write an examination successfully has been launched in Accra with an admonition to students that there is no shortcut to examination success. According to Mr Dominic deGraft Aidoo, England-based chartered accountant and author of the book, titled “Excel”, examination success required effective study and revision practices. With five chapters and 131 pages, the […]

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Ashaiman Presbyterian Cluster of Schools battle with smoke from refuse dump

Ashaiman Presbyterian Cluster of Schools battle with smoke from refuse dump

A refuse dump situated near the Ashaiman Presbyterian Cluster of Schools is endangering the   lives of about 700 pupils and residents as smoke from the refuse affects teaching and learning activities. The development has persisted since late last year and personnel from the Ghana National Fire Service are often called to stop raging fire. The Ghanaian Times spotted pupils and […]

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UCC students urged to refrain from any form of violence

  The Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Prof George K.T. Oduro has admonished students of the university to take non-violent celebrations seriously and refrain from any form of violence and vandalism during any student event. The university authorities, he explained, would not spare any student who breaks the rules of the university during any event […]

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Let’s priorities the learning of French

Let’s priorities the learning of French

As part of activities to promote the study of French in Ghana, the Ministry of Education (MoE) in collaboration with the French Reading and Documentation Center has organised a reading, poetry recital and french songs competition in Accra. The Competition was also to commemorate the 2017 edition of the Francophone festival as well as provide free basic French instructions. Labone […]

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Seven Great Princes Academy holds Cultural Day

Seven Great Princes Academy holds Cultural Day

Seven Great Princes Academy has held its first ever Cultural Day to celebrate various tribes, traditions and cultures of the students.   The day celebrated under the theme, ‘Unearthing cultural talent’, was opened to parents and the general public.   There were cultural dance performances, poetry recitals, individual tribe presentation and a talk on cultural diversity from international students from […]

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Professor Nsowah-Nuamah calls for industrialisation

Professor Nicholas Nsowah-Nuamah, the President of the Regent University College of Science and Technology, has called for the revisit of the industrialisation agenda in order to drive the country’s transformation process. The industrialisation drive, he said, could not be undertaken in a vacuum, but should be based on research that would address the needs of industries. He noted that there […]

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