Our school has made it through the first academic term since reopen in January. After a 10months break in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, restoring the school to normal with regular activities and attendance has not been easy.
Whilst many of the kids are excited to be back after the long break others were still reluctant or trying to get used to the setting of going to school from Monday to Friday. Presently, the school is undergoing infrastructure maintenance including repairing broken desks and tables, replacement of windows and door frames deteriorated by termites, and repair of classroom floor to make the environment conducive for teaching and learning.
Additional measures taken against COVID-19 as also set by the government and the Ghana education service include the installation of handwashing posts with Veronica buckets and hand sanitizers. Kids in the upper classes are also required to wear face-mask during lessons.