Various individuals both at home and the UK have contributed immensely towards the setting up of the school for which we are very grateful. Here in Ghana, the most significant is the contribution of Nana Osae Nyampong the chief of the area where the school is being sited. He provided the land for a fee at an advantageous position for the establishment of the school.
In the UK, we are very appreciative to the following people:
Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson Head Teacher of Abderton Primary School in the UK, she has provided some funds for the construction of the school building, Computer Lab and the provision of furniture. She also has been supplying used clothing to be giving to needy parents and pupils as well as teaching and learning materials. She monitors the school always by receiving progress of the school quarterly.
Nikki Craig of Selly Park Technology Collage. School in the UK, has been a source of encouragement in carrying out this venture, has donated a lot to the development of the school. She has worked tirelessly on the Connecting Classroom project, without her the Ghanaian visit to the UK would not have been possible.
Mr. Mohammed Ali of Anderton Park Primary School in the UK. He has provided funds for the establishment of a computer laboratory for the school. He also donated a set of books to the school.
Miss Samantha Crayton of Mayfield Special School has made to the school. She also contributed to the provision of the initial funds for the establishment of the school and also, funds for the purchase of a TV set, books and teaching learning materials.
Diana Littles from the USA promotes the school’s image by providing workshops and in-service training to the teachers to develop and improve their teaching strategies and techniques. She also donates teaching and learning materials. She always scrutinize by receiving progress reports of the teachers and pupils performances from the administration every six (6) month. She supports the infrastructural development of the school.
Monica Pringle from the USA supports the school by organizing workshops and inservice training to the teachers to develop and improve their teaching strategies and techniques. She also donates teaching and learning materials. She always examines the progress of the teachers and pupils performances through self assessment questionnaires every six (6) month.
Lastly I would like to thank several teachers in the UK, Mat Richards, Paul Bradly, David Parry, Cathy O’Connaine, Michael Newman, Salma Aktar and Jason John for their continued support.