Primary Education in Ghana

by Paajaf Foundation
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Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana
Primary Education in Ghana

Project Report | Nov 27, 2017
PAAJAF School classroom update

By Philip Appiah | Founder and CEO

The record of the 10th to 11th week in the 2017 – 2018 academic calendar; – the Creche class aged 1- 2 years students were to enhance pencil grips, teachers were able to helped the children  in various classroom activities such as scribbling, colouring, pegging and collaging. The students now are good in pencil griping. The nursery one students at PEI age 2-3years of age are also able to trace the numbers 0 - 5 and identify them. The children can also identify, trace and colour circular objects. They traced and identify English alphabets A- E. the children well also to taught how to make palm prints, mosaic and collage. Other subjects the were taught apart from language activities, creativity and numeracy include the following: Rhymes, Religious and Moral Education.

The nursery two, kindergarten one and two students as well as our primary one pupils are all doing well. This is due to your generosity to this our school project has led to this great witness of good work and illiteracy ground breaking to the world of the literacy to the children and adults of Gbawe in Ghana.

kindergarten one students write and identify A – Z and 1 – 100. These children are aged 4- 5 years of age. This project still needs help, can you help? Would you share this project with your friends this month of giving to come to our aid? Our rented school premises expires on October 2018, we have no fund to reaquire it, we need fund to buy school land to start our permeant school building, we need to buy school supplies and paints the current venue and paying teachers salaries.

Please do you know someone who can help on grant proposal writing and any company that you can refer us to submit our proposal to them to come to our aid? Please can you link us?

Thank you

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Paajaf Foundation

Location: Mallam-Accra, Greater Accra - Ghana
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Twitter: @PAAJAF
Project Leader:
Paul Graf
Founder
Mallam-Accra , Ghana

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