It is now a ritual for most private schools to set a day for its pupils to go professional. In the course of the set day, the school kids are made to don apparels of their dream professions.
Crown Prince Academy, one of Ghana’s leading basic schools, decided to take things up a notch higher when it held one such professional day recently.
To set itself apart from competition, the school ensured that pupils who aim at venturing into the health profession – mainly doctors and nurses – were given a feel of what their future career entails.
The wannabe doctors and nurses marched in a procession from their school in Kwashiebu behind Kata hostel to one of the well-resourced nearby health facility, MAB International Hospital at Darkuman-Nyamekye Last Stop.
The enthusiastic children were given a pep talk and later taken around the various departments of the hospital.
Managing Director of Crown Prince Academy, Mrs. Susanne Prince-Boateng told myjoyonline.com the Career Day is done once in every academic year.
The objective is to let them dress in various career outfits of their choice as they get exposed and familiarized with the actual job.
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