23 Jul 2016

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Pen to Paper Ghana are excited to announce that they have recently started teaching in a primary school.

20 Feb 2016

Common Faith Academy commenced on the 14th November 2011, at the house of a woman called Adebor, in the Trede area. After three months the landlady informed us that she needed her house and therefore we had to relocate, which caused a lot of stress in finding a new loc...

15 Feb 2016

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So, our first week of teaching the literacy programme has been a great experience, with challenges but also lots of laughter and fun. We thought it’d be interesting to share how the 4 days of teaching went.

On day 1, we had 11 students turn up to our class. This include...

2 Feb 2016

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After the co-founders, Katie and Richard spent time talking to the District Director, the Head Teacher and English Teachers, Pen to Paper Ghana has been able to start its literacy programme.

 

Since the teachers knew the abilities of the students, they were able to alloc...

25 Jan 2016

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Katie had forewarned me that the children at the school would go crazy with excitement when they saw me, but I wasn’t prepared. Opening the car door, the children ran over to me and in seconds I was surrounded, which definitely put a smile on my face too. The children...

12 Jan 2016

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With an amazing donation from a company in Scotland, we were able to do a number of things in the primary school, Common Faith Academy. We bought 11 bags of cement to improve the flooring in two of the classrooms; there was then less dust in the rooms, creating a healt...

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