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Minister Of Education Finally Comes Out With The Actual Date That School Will Be Reopened

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The Education Minister Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh has finally announced that the date that schools will be reopened fully again.

The COVID-19 Pandemic  as we all Know has come to change our lives and activities in a different angle. We as people can no more live the lives the that we used to live any longer.

As a results of the the pandemic schools and church were closed in early March this year. Our children has been in the house for some couple of months now.

According to Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh schools will resume in early next year 2021 but they are putting the necessary measures in place to ensure that the children are safe as classes would be fully opened.

He also stated that clearly that they are yet to conclude on the exact date but will hopefully be in the month of January.

Source: GhanaCNN.com

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Newcastle University, UK – FREE Scholarships 2021 – APPLY HERE

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This year, Newcastle University, in collaboration with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, is providing scholarships to students from Ghana, China, India, and Malaysia applying for postgraduate programs.

The GREAT Britain Campaign is an initiative of the UK Government to promote the UK globally as a GREAT place to visit, research and do business. The British Council is a participant in the movement to raise awareness and encourage the strengths of the United Kingdom in education, English, and the arts.

The scholarship is fully sponsored by the British Council and the University of Newcastle.

The University grants scholarships on the basis of academic merit and other details contained in the application form. Applicants must have or hope to earn the equivalent of an Upper Second Class UK honors degree or higher to be eligible for awards.

Applicants selected to receive the awards will be measured on the basis of evidence of academic ability, evidence of dedication to study, and standard of application and will be contacted for additional information.

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UK Tuition Free Universities and Scholarships for Ghanaian Students – APPLY

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The United Kingdom has become a popular destination for foreign students seeking international education.

European universities deliver globally recognized programs at a comparatively lower cost compared to the United Kingdom, the United States or Australia.

In addition, there are a large number of scholarships available that allow foreign students to study in United Kingdom free of charge.

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GES Postpones The Reporting Date For SHS 1 Students

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GES Postpones The Reporting Date For SHS 1 Students

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has declared that first-year Senior High School (SHS) students across the country will return to school from Thursday, March 18 to Sunday, March 21, 2021.

On Wednesday, March 10, 2021, first-year SHS students across the country were supposed to report to school.

The GES has delayed the reopening date to give “students and parents enough time to prepare for classes, while School Management prepares to accept them,” according to the GES.

“Management has also recognized that some students have not yet enrolled, and the extension will allow these students the opportunity to do so as well,” according to a statement released by the GES and signed by its Head, Public Relations Unit, Cassandra Twum Ampofo.

“Academic work will begin in earnest on Monday, March 22nd, 2021.”

Second and third-year SHS students will have a Mid-Semester Break from Monday, March 8, to Thursday, March 11, 2021, according to the announcement.

“The Mid-Semester Break is not mandatory, but students who wish to remain on campus must be fed and follow school rules,” it continued.

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