A new educative organization called Lively Minds Programme which came with new strategies in teaching KG pupils has been lunched in the Sene East to augment and to improve in the quality of education in the district and Ghana as a whole.
Lively Minds Programme have started it's operation for months now in some parts of the country. The good news is that the programme has been extended to the Bono East Region and it is currently training teachers in the Sene East District to be specific.
Despite all the efforts by the government of Ghana to improve in the quality of education so many challenges have still been faced by the education service and these organizations are inaugurated to augment the stress in both the teachers and government.
Today Monday 03 October, 2022 the organization officially lunched it's operation in the Sene East of which Kindergarten teachers, headteachers and PTA chairmen were asked to attend a five day workshop on Lively Minds Programme. The programme is meant to use parents in assisted learning to the kindergarten pupils in the various schools.
This therefore means that it is geared towards parents and kindergarten pupils. The kindergarten teachers will be trained by the trainers of Lively Minds Programme of which they will inturn train the mothers/parents in their various schools on how to enforce the programme in other to achieve it intended goals.
Thirty women are to be volunteered in every community to take up this responsibility to be entrusted in them by the organization. This made the Education Director, Ahmed Nasir, and his office team very happy as the programme will help improve quality of education in the locality. Based on this the education directorate has arranged for accommodation for teachers who maybe coming from far places in other to make the programme successful.
Mr Nasir has again urged his teachers and PTA present to put in much effort in the programme so that the trend of education in the district might be improved.
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