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Chief of Dohinnaayili asks parents to deservedly train children


The Chief of Dohinnaayili, Naa Ibrahim Alhassan, calls on parents to assist teachers in the training of their wards. He made the call during the first speech and prize-giving day of the Golden Child Academy School in Tamale on Saturday.

 According to the chief, the training of children is a collective responsibility that should be shared among individuals and not only that of teachers. The school was established in 2011 with about three children and a single classroom block but can now boast of about 400 pupils.

The school has been registered under the Ghana Education Service (GES). Naa Ibrahim thanked the teachers for building such a school in the area and advised parents to invest in their children’s education. Grace Esieboh who spoke on behalf of the proprietor of the school, ASP Simon Denteh, said over the years the school has chalked a lot of successes which have made it popular in Tamale metropolis.

The school she said, started with just one block which was the crèche and kindergarten but due to the hard work of the management, teaching and non-teaching staff, the school has grown from crèche to primary six since its establishment.

The school authorities are also optimistic of establishing a junior high school next academic year. Madam Grace added that since no society can develop in an absence of discipline, various measures have been taken to instil discipline in the school. She appealed to parents and guardians to always pay their wards fees on time to enable the management run the school smoothly.

She also used the opportunity to appeal to philanthropists to help the school with a poly tank, library and computers. In all, 21 pupils were awarded, three from each class. Some of the items awarded include exercise books, pens, pencils, and mathematical sets




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