Tuesday, September 8, 2009

May’s Day Care holds 20th anniversary graduation, speech and prize giving day.

May’s Day Care and Educational Centre has held its 20th anniversary graduation, speech and prize giving day in Accra. The event which took place over the weekends at Dansoman was under the theme “Linking fun with learning, the dawn of a new era”. Students at the graduation put up displays to entertain parents and visitors who trooped in.

Speaking at the event, the Deputy Minister of Women and Children Affairs congratulated the proprietors of the school for its enormous achievements over the past 20 years and encourage them to take higher steps to realize the objectives of the school. Gariba Hawawu-Boya said education of the child is an important investment and therefore challenged parents to invest more in education. “When you educate your child it’s a good sign of giving hope to your child therefore this should always be at the heart of every parent”.
Government will also play an effective role in providing citizens with good formal and non formal education through the provision of subsidies including effective programs such as school feeding and free uniform among others “said Hawawu-Boya. Nevertheless we appreciate the efforts of the private sector in terms of education and pledge high support towards their good works in the country.

The Minister further charged private school operators to make their school fees more moderate to help the less privilege in society to also enjoy education and join the literate train for better socio-economic developments. She challenged students to take extra interest in their studies to help them achieve their aims in life and also emulate good behaviors of high profile personalities in society to help them in realizing their dreams.

The Director of the school also called on parents to visit the school at all times to ascertain the performance of their children. Mrs.Efua Bram-Larbi also added that children play a lot through playing and therefore parents should adhere to these methods even when they are home.
The Head of Academics of May’s Day Care and Educational centre said the general performance of the students are encouraging and most students make excellent grades during their basic certificate examinations due to the professional methods of teaching adopted by her outfit. Ewuraba Bram-Larbi encouraged students to read more and make story books their friends. Some dignitaries at the event included Prof. Badu Akosa of Ghana medical School, Stephen Adongo from the Departments of Social Welfare, Ato Ahowi and Rev.Laryea-Adjei among others.
Source: Ghanaian Reactor Online (GRO)

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