On December 10, 2022, Dr Hilda Haggar Ampadu, the Executive Director of the National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA), served as the Special Guest of Honour at the Anglican Church of Transfiguration (ACT) Mission School’s 14th Graduation, Speech and Prize Giving Day in Haasto.
The event’s theme was “Private Schools, Good Partners for Quality Education,” and Dr Ampadu addressed the role of private schools in improving access to education, the significance of missionary schools in maintaining discipline and preserving societal moral values, and the relevance of STEM education in shaping the development and future potential of children.
Dr Ampadu also acknowledged and expressed gratitude to all those who have contributed to the success of ACT Mission School, including the school’s founder, faculty, students, parents, and other stakeholders. As the Inspector-General of Schools, Dr Ampadu emphasized the shared responsibility of the school, community, and nation in shaping the future of students.
NaSIA is dedicated to enforcing standards and ensuring quality in education, with the goal of improving learning outcomes for all students.
Bellow is the details as shared on Facebook by Dr Hilda Haggar Ampadu the Executive Director of National schools inspectorate authority NaSIA
“On 10th December 2022, I represented the Honourable Minister for Education, Hon Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum as a Special Guest of Honour at the Anglican Church of Transfiguration (ACT) Mission School’s 14th Graduation, Speech and Prize Giving Day at Haasto.
The ceremony’s theme was “Private Schools, Good Partners for Quality Education.” I touched on a few topics including The Role of Private Schools in enhancing Access to Education, The Role of Missionary Schools in Upholding Discipline and Restoring Societal Moral Values, and The Relevance of STEM Education in the Development of a Child and Harnessing their future potentials.
I also recognized and thanked everyone who has contributed tirelessly and in a variety of ways to getting ACT Mission School where it is today, including the school’s founder, the faculty, the students, the parents, and all other stakeholders. As the Inspector-General of Schools, I firmly believe that you, the school, the community, and the entire country are responsible for the future of students.
#InspectorGeneralofSchools #NationalSchoolsInspectorateAuthority #EnforcingStandardsEnsuringQuality #ImprovingLearningOutcomes”