Kindergarten (KG) understudies up to Primary Six of Dagbasu Basic School in Wellembelle in the Sissala East District of the Upper West Region are as of now having their lessons under trees.
At the season of visit on Friday, a portion of the understudies were discovered sitting on the uncovered floor with pieces of stones ad libbed as seats.
Then, two six-unit classroom squares granted in 2016 and 2015 by the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) have both achieved lintel and material levels individually however work has since slowed down because of absence of financing while the students keep on having their lessons under the trees.
The school built up in 2006 now has a present populace of 450 understudies yet at the same time rely upon just the three-unit classroom obstruct that was utilized to begin the school.
By and by, obviously the three-unit classroom square is presently woefully deficient; a circumstance which constrained experts of the school to utilize the three classrooms as Junior High School (JHS) while KG up to Primary six sat under trees.
Mr Batong Dimah Yussif, the Head Teacher of the school, in a meeting, said the circumstance was truly influencing successful educating and learning in the school.
“The circumstance is so pitiful. I even need to change over the staff normal room into a classroom for one of the classes to help the circumstance. Presently instructors likewise utilize one of the trees as their normal sitting spot”, he said.
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