Education is a purposeful activity directed at achieving certain aims, such as transmitting knowledge and fostering skills and character traits, Dr Serwaa Donkor has said.
As part of her dedication and passion for education, on Saturday 20th August 2022, the Coordinator for National Alternative Employment and Livelihood Programme (NAELP), Dr Louise Carol Serwaa (Mrs) visited the free classes for the final year senior high students in the Old Tafo-Pankrono constituency of the Ashanti region at Tapass which she had fully sponsored.
The purpose of the visit according to her was to encourage the students towards their upcoming final examinations and also gave them the surest best of wishes.
The Coordinator for National Alternative Employment and Livelihood Programme (NAELP), Dr. Mrs.Louise Carol Serwaa has organized a free classes for final year students at senior high schools in the Old Tafo-Pankrono constituency.
The classes which covered all subjects are taught by qualified and experienced teachers from well known senior high schools in Kumasi.
AHEAD OF THE EXAMINATION:
Dr. Serwaa asked the students to apply the discipline they had been taught in school to write the exams since their future lives depend on the grades they get at the end.
Presenting some educational materials as part of the visit, she cautioned the candidates to desist from engaging in any form of examination malpractice, adding that, it could cut short their success in the exams.
Urging the candidates to cultivate a positive attitude towards the exams and ensure they answer what they are asked, Sompa Hemaa advised the SHS students to first understand the specific questions before tackling them.
She therefore empowered them to attempt questions they could perfectly provide answers for and save time to answer those they have challenges with.
Coordinator, National Alternative Employment and Livelihood Programme (NAELP), Dr Louise Carol Serwaa Donkor(MRS) (SOMPA HEMAA)
reporting heroesghnews, by Rexkin Ohene Boateng, hello fm Kumasi.