School Head Express Concern about Quality of SHS Students


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By Isaac Newton Tetteh, GNA

Begoro (E/R), Sept. 28, GNA – Mr George Teye
Borboryoe, Assistant Headmaster in- charge of Administration of the Begoro
Presbyterian Senior High School (SHS) has expressed grave concern about results
of students posted to the school this year.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency
(GNA), the Assistant Headmaster said out of 464 students posted to the school
on t

By Isaac Newton Tetteh, GNA

Begoro (E/R), Sept. 28, GNA – Mr George Teye
Borboryoe, Assistant Headmaster in- charge of Administration of the Begoro
Presbyterian Senior High School (SHS) has expressed grave concern about results
of students posted to the school this year.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency
(GNA), the Assistant Headmaster said out of 464 students posted to the school
on the green track, only one had aggregate nine whilst majority had from
aggregate 30 upwards with aggregate 52 being the worse.

Mr Teye Borboryoe explained that such
situation will put pressure on teachers to work on the students to bring them
up to an acceptable level and called on parents to assist in ensuring their
children took their studies very serious at home. 

He advised parent not to relinquish their
responsibility to the government, but meet the government half way by providing
the needed support to their wards to ensure that the double track system under
the free SHS policy succeeded.

Mr Teye Borboryoe called on religious bodies,
benevolent organizations and the citizens to help upgrade the current pavilion
class room blocks in the school into a standardized one to enhance teaching and
learning in the School.

Currently, government has provided text books
for only the core subjects, which are Mathematics, English language, Social
Studies and Integrated Science, with that of the elective subjects pending.

The Begoro Presbyterian Senior High School has
over 2000 student population with both day and boarding facilities.

GNA


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