Kids in need of new classrooms

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With our P1 class in a grass hut and our P2 and P3 classes squashed in rooms meant for teacher’s accommodation we are in real need of a new school block at Neesim Primary School. We have been hoping and praying that the District Assembly (local council) would be able to build one for us, […]

Neesim Primary School one of the best in the district!

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During the third term of the 2010-11 school year, we appointed a supervisor from the Ghana Education Service to supervise our teachers, and to provide training and advice. Not only did our teachers benefit greatly from the supervisor’s expertise, but the supervisor and his colleagues at the GES office were greatly impressed by our school, […]

Sponsors gezocht voor de school!

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Project Share runs on gifts and donations from generous individuals, churches and charitable trusts in the UK, US, Germany and Holland. Could you help us to continue our work, providing hope and a future to children at Neesim Primary School? It costs £15 to fund a child’s education for one term at Neesim Primary School. […]

School sponsorship

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Thank you to the many people who have contributed money, either as a one-off gift, or as a monthly contribution, to sponsor some of our school children. We have been able to employ seven teachers, two each for KG1 and KG2 and one each for P1, P2a and P2b. All of these are untrained teachers, […]

We have a new building!

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During the first term of school (September-December), we had to run a shift system to be able to teach all our classes. Kindergarten 1 and 2 had classes in the morning, while Primary 1 and 2 had classes in the afternoon. This was not ideal and we were dreading the hot season when temperatures reach […]

Financial overview

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Over the Jan-Dec 2010 financial year Project Share had a total expenditure of €15,209.  57% was spent on the school, 29% on the nutrition centre, 11% on transport, and 3% on administration.  We had an income of €15,531, mainly from individual supporters and churches in Holland and the UK.  This also includes around €700 received […]

Pagikpema and Lasidu

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Pagikpema is 7 years old and comes from the little village of Yishelanyili just outside of Gushegu. She is one the oldest children in her class, KG2. Until Neesim Primary School opened last year she did not have the chance to attend school. The school charges only a minimal amount for school fees to ensure […]

Sponsor a class!

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‘Neesim’ Primary School is not a government run school, though we do use the Ghana Education Service materials. Being a private school then means that it needs to cover its own costs. One of the objectives of the school is to provide affordable quality education. If the costs of running the school were covered by […]

Primary school Pictures

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To meet the requirements for accommodations of the growing school, each year a new class room should be built. Due to various issues, a new class room built is delayed this year. Last year we had the opportunity to use a temporary shelter as is shown in this picture, but these can not be made […]

Last school day and Marching

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Every year all schools join the independence day march, to celebrate independence from Great Britain, gained on March 6th in 1957 . Here a class from Neesim school is marching behind the teacher.   Here we see the classes ligned up for the District Assembly on the last school day of the season. Not in […]