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Buipe Girls Model JHS holds first Speech and Prize Giving Day

By Iddrisu Hafiz
Education Buipe Girls Model JHS holds first Speech and Prize Giving Day
OCT 15, 2021 LISTEN

The students and teachers of the Buipe Girls Model Junior High School in the Savannah Region have held their first speech and prize day to honour hardworking staff and students for their contributions towards uplifting the status of the school.

The maiden speech and prize giving day was held at the Kinchanko Community Centre in Buipe, Capital of the Central Gonja District on Thursday.

Established in 2018, the Buipe Girls Model School Junior High School has grown in terms of the student population.

Addressing the students and invited guests, the headmistress of the school narrates the successes chalk by the girls model school since its inception.

Awurche said in spite of the alarming rate of teenage pregnancies, the school has not recorded any teenage pregnancy as the first batch of students prepare to take the Basic Education Certificate Examination in November.

Awurche commended the Buipewura Jinapor 11 for allocating a parcel of land for the construction of a new classroom block for the school.

She also expressed gratitude to the MP, present and past DCEs for their enormous contributions towards the school's development.

She however lamented over the lack of an office and library block for effective teaching and learning at the school.

She appealed to the parents to buy textbooks for their wards in the face of shortage of textbooks as a measure to constantly engage the students.

Representatives of the Buipewura, MP, DCE among others counselled the students to take their studies seriously.

The students thrilled the crowd with beautiful performances from poetry recitals, dance choreography to drama among others.

The day was climaxed with the awarding of hardworking students for their good behaviour, neatness and academic excellence.

Equally important was the awarding of deserving but diligent staff for imparting knowledge to the students for the past three years.

The programme was attended by representatives of the Buipewura, MP, DCE, opinion leaders, parents and guardians among others.

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