St Peter’s Anglican

St Peter’s Anglican

Introduction To St Peter’s Anglican

HISTORY
The School was established in the year 1960 and was formerly known as Ofankor Anglican Primary School but their pupils were being used to feed other schools until the inception of the JHS in the year 1988-1989. Hence the name of the school became St. Peter’s Anglican School.

VISION STATEMENT:
The School strives to empower and nurture learners, developing the full potential of every learner through quality holistic education and enabling them as citizens to assume a meaningful role in society.

MISSION STATEMENT:

  • To work as a team with educators, parents and learners to make the community part of the school and the school part of the community.
  • To encourage our learners to develop academically, culturally, spiritually and socially and to promote sportsmanship.
  • To equip learners for a technologically competitive world and to prepare them for society.
  • To instill in our learners the values of respect and sensitivity, embracing others and the environment.
  • To develop a strong moral code and sense of social responsibility.

SUCCESS STORY
Ofankor Anglican primary has also chopped some successes. The School was formerly a dwarf structure but
with the support of the Municipal Assembly, a proper building was erected for the school. In the area of sports
the school’s performance has also improved, some of the pupils were awarded with trophies and certificates

STAFF ENROLLMENT

NAME CLASS
CHARLOTTE AYISI KG1
ELIZABETH FRIMPONG KG2
CHRISTIANA BIRAGO P1
ABIGAIL NOBI P2A
GETRUDE ZIDAH P2B
GLORIA ADWUBI ARHIN P3A
COMFORT AMPEH P3B
VICTORINA WOYOME P4A
RITA MANKO P4B
ERNEST SEKO P5A
CHRISTINE ADOM P5B
CHRISTOPHER BOATENG P6
JOYCE SERWAH ASEMANI ICT/OLE/KG1

 

PUPILS ENROLLMENT

CLASS BOYS GIRLS TOTAL
P1 22 25 47
P2  A&B 36 32 67
P3 A&B 28 36 64
P4 A&B 25 30 55
P5 A&B 19 35 54
P6 20 27 47
KG1 12 18 25
KG2 10 10 20

 

CHALLENGES
Ofankor St. Peter’s Anglican Primary 1 also has some challenges which need to be addressed promptly. The School building needs to be rehabilitated as well as a proper building for the pre-school, for better Teaching and learning to take place. Moreover the School needs to expand electricity to all the classrooms for effective usage of the facilities; last but not the least there is an urgent need for a place of convenience for both teachers and pupils in the School since it’s a human environment.

CONCLUSION
St. Perter’s Anglican 1 primary School is very happy to be part of the OLE program which seeks to help both teachers and pupils to learn more end enjoy the usage of technology in teaching and learning in the classroom.

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