Four clusters participating in the connecting classrooms School partnership, Asuver, Wanword, Eagle and the Harp and Happy World have benefited from donations from the British Council.
The donations ranged from IT equipments, stationeries and agricultural tools to be used by the School going kids. Connecting Classrooms provides cluster groups of three Schools with the chance to partner with Schools from two different countries in sub- Saharan Africa and the UK whose purpose is to enable intercultural dialogue and to increase knowledge and understanding of each other’s societies.
Presenting the donations to the cluster groups, the Chairman of the occasion who is also the Principal of Peninsula Secondary Waterloo Kenneth Kromaty, extended his appreciation to the British Council for the donation, referring to it as a way of continuity of the connecting the Classrooms program.
The Business Director of the British Council, Amos Lansana spoke about their key goal which was to connect and inter-relate cultural enhancement whilst stating that connecting classrooms will be of immense help to the various schools.
The new British Council Director, June Robinson called on the recipients to take good care of the equipments and also explained the various benefits behind the connecting classrooms program.
Godwin Samba, who represented the Ministry of Education, handed over the equipments to the beneficiaries whilst the beneficiaries expressed their appreciations for the equipments.
By Ishmael Bayoh