Head teachers, school management committees (SMCs) and parent and teacher association (PTA) executives from two circuits in Bolgatanga Municipality have benefitted from a capacity building training.
The workshop aimed at strengthening cordial relationship between SMCs and PTAs was sponsored by Afrikids Ghana, a non-governmental organisation operating in Bolgatanga.
The 46 participants who were drawn from Bolgatanga Central Circuit A and B, were taken through rudiments of building effective rapport among stakeholders in education.
Mr Mark Nabia, a Deputy Upper East Regional Director in charge of supervision at Ghana Education Service, said the workshop could not have come at a better time since it provided opportunities for the participants to their increase knowledge on education policies and programmes of the GES.
He charged the participants to protect school lands from encroachers and ensure that they adopted prudent maintenance culture in managing school property.
Mrs Victoria Lamisi Anamzaya, Community Participation Coordinator at the Municipal Education Office, expressed appreciation for the workshop and appealed for more of such trainings for teachers to be abreast of policies of the GES.
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