Naa Maneh Foundation has presented various educational items such as classroom furniture, boxes of chalk, exercise books, pencils, sharpeners, erasers, slates and school bags to the Kindergarten one (KG1) pupils of UGARS Basic School in the Denkyembour District of the Eastern Region.
Class Six pupils of Ideel Community School, Anyaa, Accra, displayed their talents during an arts exhibition organised for the school.
The exhibition, which was on the theme, ‘Our environment’, was in two parts - visual arts and performing arts.
For the visual arts display, the pupils entertained the school and guests with things that depicted traditional culture and modern day life while for the performing arts, they put up a drama, dance and music performances.
As part of the programme, there was a drawing competition which saw the pupils draw the portraits of the Proprietress of the school, Ms Lucil Otoo, and the guest of honour for the programme, Ms Carol Annang, who is the Country Director of Invest in Africa.
The Class Six teacher of the school, Mr Emmanuel Coleman Andoh, explained that the programme was meant to educate pupils about culture and the influence of arts on culture.