One of Accra’s leading private schools, Crown Prince Academy is set to roll out e-learning platform to enable pupils have unlimited access to the school’s educational materials while off campus.
The project is expected to be fully-fledged in the latter part of 2015 as soon as the power situation in the country improves.
Headmaster of the School, Joseph Appiah Addo announced this at the 12th graduation ceremony of the school Saturday.
This, he said, would first be piloted at the Junior High School level, and based on its success, replicated at the upper primary (class 4 to 6) and subsequently to pupils in class 2 and 3.
“We intend in the next five years to rebrand, reinvent and leverage our core business as an institution and also take advantage of the new economic concept,” he added.
In all, 100 students who recently sat the Basic Education Certificate Examinations were graduated and those who excelled in various disciplines while in school were awarded.
Appiah Addo charged the graduants to make great impact as thinkers and innovators who are capable of fashioning out how to make Ghana proud.
A renowned educationist Anis Haffar who was the guest of honour charged stakeholders in education to introduce practical strategies in teaching that will make students critical thinkers.
He indicated that the grammar only curriculum will encourages examination malpractices because the students only chew, pass and forget.
Anis Haffar advised the graduates from Crown Prince Academy to dedicate their leisure time to in-depth research and be curious to know more than engaging in irrelevant activities.
At CPA, we strive at encouraging critical and analytical thinking, not only during instruction and contact hours, but also through the introduction of unique programmes.
In the years to come, management will endeavour to roll out more innovative ideas and programmes that will manifest the principles we believe in.
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