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Salaga Secondary School Wins Constitution Game Competition


2005-04-29 12:55:02
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The National Commission for Civic Education honoured the Salaga Secondary School for emerging champions of the Fifth Constitution Game competition for second cycle schools.

The Competition that formed part of activities marking the Fifth Constitution Week celebration was organised at the regional levels

Salaga representing the Northern region emerged the winner with 175 points at the final of finales stage of the competition that took place from Monday to Wednesday in Accra.

The school received a specially crafted Constitution Week plaque, a 24-inch colour television set, and copies of the 1992 Constitution.

Kpando Secondary from the Volta region, which emerged second with 130 points, received a jumbo public address system with cordless microphones, copies of the 1992 Constitution and a specially crafted Constitution week plaque.

Tarkwa Secondary School had 110 points to take the third place and received a 21-inch colour television set, a specially crafted Constitution week plaque and copies of the 1992 Constitution.

Mansen Wamfie Secondary representing the Brong Ahafo region was 4th with 90 points while the defending champions, Boa Amponsem Secondary School representing the Central region took the fifth place with 85 points and with 75 points Swedru Secondary School representing Central region took the sixth position.

The rest are: St Joseph Secondary Seminary, representing the Ashanti region had 60 points for the seventh position; Ada Secondary School representing the Greater Accra region took the eighth position, Abuakwa State College representing Eastern region ninth position, Nandom Secondary School representing Upper West region tenth place and Zebilla Secondary School representing Upper East region eleventh position.

Presenting the awards to the schools at the 5th Annual Constitution Week Celebration in Accra, Laary Bimi said the reintroduction of civic education in the school curriculum was important to the realisation of national integration.

Kate Bigson, a Civic Education Club Instructor at Tarkwa Secondary School, told the GNA that the establishment of Civic Clubs in the Second Cycle schools was a healthy development that could assist in eliminating occultism and indiscipline among students.

She said: "it has served as an eye opener to the students, teachers and the school community, created a healthy academic competition on the Constitution."

Bigson said the NCCE through the Civic Education clubs has broken the myth surrounding the Constitution and therefore urged other schools to join the club.

source: GRi

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