Ogua SDA Primary
Introduction To Ogua SDA Primary
Ogua SDA Primary was commenced in January, 1971 with seventy two pupils and four teachers by the late Nana Yaw Duodu- the chief. It was man temporary by Mr. I.K. Owusu till Ms Serwaa got appointed as the headmistress of the school.It is located at Ogua, a suburb of Effiduase of the Sekyere-East District in Ashanti Region, Ghana. The structure was raised with joint efforts from community members, and well wishers through communal labours and donations. It was later officially commissioned by the chief through a durbar with colleague chiefs, opinion leaders, stake holders and community members in attendance.
The school has produced countless people in various field of endeavor because it instills in pupils the core values and skills necessary to succeed in this challenging world. The environment is also perfect for teaching and learning. After years in operation, Ogua SDA Primary now has one hundred and seven registered pupils and still counting and eight dedicated teachers.
As part of the second visit to Sekyere East, the OLE Team organized a half day seminar for the two schools on the Ghana Reads Program on the topic ‘Teacher as a Manager’. At Ogua the session was held outdoors and virtually all the teachers were present despite a strike action by Teacher Unions. Teachers were asked to give a working definition of who a manager is and then asked to compare the duties of ‘a manager’ to the duties of a teacher. In their responses teachers indicated that a manager defined in terms of...
These pictures show Akuakrom and Ogua pupils with assistance from their teachers taking their turn with technology in the...
Ghana celebrated her 56th Anniversary as an independent state from British Colonial Rule on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. It is the first Sub-Saharan country to break it links with colonial authority. The day is normally marked as statutory public day and characterized by colorful parades by school children, security personnel, workers and other identifiable bodies at Black Stars Square in Accra and all regional and district capitals across the country. Holiday makers patronize the various entertainment centers, night-clubs and beaches in their...