Mammobi Prisons Primary

Mammobi Prisons Primary

Introduction To Mammobi Prisons Primary

The Prisons primary school which is now Mammobi Prisons Primary school was first located within the compound of St James prisons Camp otherwise known as Borstal Institute. The school was originally established primarily to educate the wards of the officers of Ghana Prisons       Services working at the facility. It was managed by Prisons authority and teaches were officers of the Prisons service. Later the school was absorbed by government and moved to its present location to serve the larger community. One of the major reasons for this change was because of the regular transfers of officers and their families.At present the school has 2 streams which feed two separate JHS schools. Together with the JHS they form a cluster with a population of about 700 pupils and 36 teachers. With the abolishing of the shift system the school runs a single shift starting from 8:00am to 2:00pm for the primary section while the JHS close at 3:00pm. Three years ago the school started a kindergarten section. The Pentecost church situated on the compound serves as an assembly hall and is also used for workshops and other activities when the need arises.

Although the school is under the Ghana Education Service, the Prisons authority still offers some social service and show a lot of interest in its activities. At the beginning of the Second Term of the 2011/2012 academic year, the school embarked on the OLE Ghana Teachermate Trials. This has resulted in an increased liking for learning. The school is confident sees the Ghana Reads program as a perfect sequel to the Teachermate and will help further boost pupils literacy skills.

INSET AT Maamobi Prisons Primary

Posted by on June 18, 2013 in News at Mamobi Prisons Primary, Timeline Activity | 0 comments

INSET AT Maamobi Prisons Primary

Staff of Maamobi Prisons Primary held an in-service training with their coach on 31st June, 2013 on the school premises. The participants were the Coach, the Assistant Coach i.e. the Head mistress, the Lead teacher and all the other teachers in the school. The objectives for the in-service training were: To assist teachers be conversant with the resources in the BeLL To lead teachers discuss the modalities of the incoming games competition (Nkabom Adesua) The Coach took the teachers through the teacher resources in the BeLL. It was found out...

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Mammobi Prisons Primary Carries Out INSET

Posted by on March 10, 2013 in News at Mamobi Prisons Primary, Timeline Activity | 0 comments

Mammobi Prisons Primary Carries Out INSET

After the deployment of equipment for the commencement of the Ghana Reads program, the Head Teacher of Maamobi Prisons Primary has organized an INSET for the teachers to discuss when and how the equipment could be used to improve the literacy skills of the children in the school. All teachers were present. Among major activities carried out included the drawing of a timetable for the use of the equipment teachers familiarizing themselves with the available resources for the Ghana Reads program, teachers learning how to manipulate the...

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