Monday, September 14, 2015

Schools continue resumption 2nd week into the new academic year

Effective resumption of schools 2nd week into the new year

The first week of the 2015-2016 may have come to an end, but some schools are still getting ready with finishing touches. This last minute but necessary readiness seeks to provide conduisive parametres under which the children will be equipped for studies.
Security & Health topping the preparation charts, the teaching and administrative staff of some schools merge efforts for the upkeep of clean and welcoming classrooms for the learners.
Tables and chairs set to receive the pupils for lessons, blackboards, water tanks and vehicles cleaned and maintained to serve the pupils' needs, administrative staff robbing minds with the Headmaster on goals for the new school year, the ball is set rolling for all parties to achieve excellence in the training of literate and functional pupils and students for tomorrow's challenges.

Education Stakeholders reflect on ways of graduating brilliant students

Education being the backbone of success, pedagogy managers of the education family of the North West Region of Cameroon define and lay out a proper road map for the new school year. With primary role to produce brilliant school graduates ready to embrace the professional landscape, these teaching resources retrospect on last year's achievements, while yet reflect on dynamic mechanisms to make their work easier.

Chairing the beginning of the year's sector conference and launching of the 2015-2016 academic year, Governor Lele l'Afrique Adolphe Tchoffo Deben assured the education family of the North West Region that all has been put in place to handle the security threats.

The ceremony drew to a close with the award of meritorious certificates to some teachers and students in recognition of their excellent performances in different examinations.

Booksellers make brisk business at the dawn of the 2nd week of the 2015-2016 school year

This scene welcomes you to the second hand book vending hub at the Commercial avenue of Bamenda. Parents are still buying books days 8 days into the academic resumption of the 2015-2016 school year.

The Booksellers admit the late start could be blamed on the hardship and difficulties parents face on daily basis. From the commercial avenue, a visit to some bookshops met us with some parents very much involved in the buying of books for their kids at the beginning of the second week of the 2015-2016 school year.

Bookshop owners and managers affirmed that there is brisk business this season compared to last year. They however testified the exercise wasn't hitch free.
The Bookshop sellers promised to tackle the non availaibility of required books as parents in their struggle continue to make the necessary efforts for their children to begin late, than never, on a good foot.

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