Based on the firm belief that every child is an individual with the potential for excellence, we have instituted the following measures to guarantee the successful delivery for our educational programme:
Maximum of 18 pupils; this affords the Form Tutor the opportunity to develop each and every child to their full potential.
Every child will receive individual attention to enhance the development of their character and abilities.
The school has recruited the finest Ghanaian teachers available, complemented by an experienced multi-national staff.
The school is a strong believer that a Healthy Body makes for a Healthy Mind, and, to that end will introduce your child to a wide range of sports and activities, including all major sports and climbing, canoeing, swimming, orienteering, snorkelling, and many more. All activities are carefully monitored with safety being paramount.
This is vital to the success of our programme, and, to this end, the school has appointed the Head of the Senior School to spearhead the development of the school’s PTA.
We bly believe in the value of discipline in the lives of our pupils. We do not employ corporal punishment. We prefer to opt for an innovative system of pluses & minuses to both discipline and reward our pupils.
We develop in our pupils a sense of respect and responsibility towards each other and towards adults alike. This is very necessary particularly at a time when modern standards appear to be slipping.
We hold a short morning service each day, and although we adhere to Christian principles, we gladly welcome children of all faiths and pursue a multi-faith religious studies programme.
The Pastoral Care is in the hands of the Principal and the teaching staff, with a resident nurse taking care of the children’s medical needs.
The school offers IGCSE and A level courses, thereby offering you the option of keeping your child in Ghana whilst enjoying a first class education. We also maintain a b link with many Preparatory and Public Schools in the UK and are able to offer advice and assistance to you when choosing this educational path.
We aim to educate our pupils in our rich cultural heritage and encourage them to respect and value our traditional beliefs.
We run academic lessons until 2:45pm, Prep for an hour and sport and extra-curricular activities for an hour. In between are 2 break periods as well as an hour’s lunch break.
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WOFORO DUA PA A
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