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Wesley Girls High School Holds 182nd Speech and Prize Giving Day

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The Wesley Girls high School in Cape Coast, over the weekend climaxed it 182nd Speech and Prize giving day with a call on parents to instill in their children the coveted Ghanaian moral values.

Speaking on the theme for the celebration, SAFEGUARDING THE VISION OF OUR FOUNDING MOTHERS - THE WAY TO ACHIEVING HOLISTIC EDUCATION, the guest speaker, Miss Atawa Dzabea Akyea said, the only way to achieve a holistic education is to have an educational system that has hinged on discipline and moral consciousness.

These principles according to Miss Dzabea has been the underlying vision of Wesley Girls high school. She therefore charged parents, old girls and the students to live by the principle of living pure and righting all wrongs at all times.

Wesley girls, she explained has demonstrated its excellence and fortitude in all spheres of the Ghanaian educational space and thus charged students and old girls to project these values everywhere they find themselves.  

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The guest speaker, Miss Atawa Dzabea Akyea

On her part, headmistress of the school, Mrs Kay Oppong-Ankomah said despite the enormous support from the old girls and other stakeholders, the school continue to grapple with a number of challenges with the greatest being the need for infrastructure. 

She said “Although we appreciate the fact that the less endowed schools must be given enough attention; we still believe as our number keep increasing there must be a corresponding increase in facilities.”

She indicated this is an urgent request considering the increase in the number of science students in the school presently. She also indicated that the school needs additional staff accommodation and thus appealed to the general public for support.


Headmistress of the school, Mrs Kay Oppong-Ankomah

The Honourable Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Vocational and Technical Education, Barbara Asher Ayisi who is also an old girl of the school, donated 20 led street light to improve visibility on campus.

The 1998 year group who were the main sponsors for this year’s speech and prize giving day constructed a nine seater washroom for the school. While the 1968, 1978 and 1988 year groups also provided items, including a 10,000 litre poly tank, a 12 seater bio fill washroom and a research laboratory for staff.


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