Final year students in the senior high schools are to report to school on May 5, instead of April 6, according to an official statement issued by the Ghana Education Service (GES).
“This is to give the forms 3 students an uninterrupted instructional period till they write their final examination,” a statement from the GES reads. Owing to this new development, the students will be in school until they write their WASSCE.
Below is the full statement from the GES;
PRESS RELEASE POSTPONEMENT OF REOPENING DATE FOR SHS 3 STUDENTS
Management announces for the information of students. staff and the general public that the reopening of form 3 students has been postponed to 5th May 2021.
This is to give the forms 3 students an uninterrupted Instructional period till they write their final examination. Ordinarily, the form 3 students were to have reported to school today 6th April, and be in school until 28th May 2021.
They were then to have gone on Vacation from 28th May to 29th June 2021. The current arrangement, therefore, means that when the final year students report on 5th May 2021, they will be In school until they write their WASSCE.
Management of GES, therefore, considers this. as a better option where the students will not break their Instructional period and have their full 1.080 hours needed prior to the final examination. Management sincerely apologizes for the late communication of this new development. CASSANDRA TWUM AMPOFO
HEAD, PUBLIC RELATIONS UNIT.
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