Angels School
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Pupils were, today, engaged in festivity and merry-making as part of actvities to signal the close of thr term. Classrooms draped with christmas trappings gave colour to the atmosphere. In the end an assembly was held and pupils were dismissed and told to proceed on Christmas holidays that will run till 11th January, 2016.

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
16th December, 2015

The end of term examinations started in earnest today. The usual clamour and noise-making that characterize most regular sessions were down to the lowest noise level as children promptly took their seats and awaited the distribution of question papers and other exam materials.

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
30th November, 2015

30/10/15 and 2/11/15; both dates were observed as Mid-Term break; implying there were no classes held on these days. School resumed for the usual academic work on Tuesday 3/11/15

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
3rd November, 2015

The Primary School Department held elections to elect prefects for the 2015/16 academic year. The Electoral Committee comprimising George Dzapkasu, Ama Quainoo, Ashale Azu, Julis Attikey and Jemima Donkor oversaw the elections. In the end the following were elected to office:

 

Tasha Tumi Ekam -- School Present

Kevin Nkrumah -- Vice President

Thierry Agbanu and Ashutosh Gauniyal -- Sports Prefect

Ciel Lartey and Kalie Patel -- Compound Overseers

Jenita Afriyie and Priscilla Quaye -- Entertainment Prefects

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
16th October, 2015

I, Sefakor Kpodo, a staff of Parliament of Ghana and a parent, was invited to give a talk on the Topic “Elections and Tolerance”. I met the school and had a very exciting discussion with them. Kudos to the staff and management of the school on the good work.

 

(Signed)
Sefakor Kpodo
9th October, 2015

Students from the Junior High Department converged at the Community 8 campus where a combined school wide praise and worship programme was carried out. Rev. Gideon Idun, parent and Board member; Pastor Amos Annan, a parent and Madam Jane Asiedu, a parent were at hand to minister to the congregation of pupils, students, staff and management of the school.

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
5th October, 2015

A public holiday was observed in conjuction with the muslim festival Eid-Al-Adha

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
24th September, 2015

A public holiday to mark the birth of the nation's founder, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, was observed today

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
21st September, 2015

In commemoration of the school's 15th Anniversary, children and staff went on a route march along the principal streets of Communities 8 and 7. There was police escort to ensure safety and orderliness.

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
18th September, 2015

As part of the policy of bilingual Education, I visited Grade 1 (Patience) to observe the lesson in French (Grammar). It was very interesting experience.

 

(Signed)
Daniel D. Martey
17th September, 2015

The school re-opened today for the 2015/2016 academic year activities. Turnout was low considering that a number of pupils travelled outside during the summer holidays.

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
15th September, 2015

As part of preparations for the commencement a new academic year the teaching staff of all departments conglomerated at Pre-School premises, Comm. 12, to partake in the Continuous Professional Development programmes. These programmes run from 7/09/15 to 10/09/15.

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
7th September, 2015

The school held its 15th Anniversary Speech & Prize-Giving Ceremony on its premises at Comm. 12. The Chairperson for the occasion was a parent, Mr. Ernest Okoampah.


(Signed)
Academic Consultant
18th July, 2015

The end-of-term examinations commenced on a keen note. The on-going load-shedding or power outage affected the printing of examination papers and that delayed the process in a number of classes.


(Signed)
Academic Consultant
9th July, 2015

As part of the policy of ensuring equal opportunities for all children of school going age, I visited the school to check on the immediate environs of the school concerning the rains. All is well at the time of my visit

 

(Signed)
Daniel D. Martey
10th June, 2015

6th and 8th June, 2015 were days declared for the mid-term break. Hence school was not in session on these days. School resumed for the second half of the term’s work on the 9th of June, 2015

 

(Signed)
Academic Consultant
9th June, 2015

There has been a torrential downpour since dawn. As at 9:30am the rain had not let off. Attendance has been affected as in some class there are just a handful of children present. The mid-term examinations which began last week have been delayed for the day.


(Signed)
Academic Consultant
2nd June, 2015

On 6th May, 2015, following the familiarization tour conducted by Ms. Rosemond Sam, Private Schools Coordinator and Mr. Daniel Darko Mortey, Circuit Supervisor, the school was advised to put in place  a number of measures as required by the Tema Metro Directorate of Education. Significant among these measures were obtaining an official log book for each of the three departments, ensuring that school registers and lesson notes were intact and being prepared for inspections intermittently conducted by officials from the Metro Directorate of Education.


(Signed)
Academic Consultant
28th May, 2015

As part of the policy  of ensuring equal opportunities for all children of school going age, I visited the school to check on the immediate environs of the school concerning the rains. All is well at the time of my visit


(Signed)
Daniel Martey
10th June, 2015

Personnel from Ghana National Fire Service were invited to make a demonstration to Grade 2 children


(Signed)
Academic Consultant
6th June, 2015

A special non-denominational worship was held on the forecourt that witnessed some American Christian friends who are on a visit to Ghana, courtesy Mr. Mensah, a parent of the school.


(Signed)
Academic Consultant
6th June, 2015