HomeFounder

Vision

Projects

Contact Info

JOHN ABAH MEMORIAL SPECIAL SCHOOL, OJUWO - IGA

COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS:

 

Administration

The principal supervises the day-to-day activities of the school as staff and students carry them out, staff member are classified into teaching and non-teaching. Teachers run extra curricular activities beside their primary assignment of classroom teaching. Teachers sit on different committees like welfare and disciplinary committees. The school has a proprietor. There is the school board known as the school based management committee. The board formulates policies to be implemented in the school in line with the national policy of education. Just as the students are answerable to the statf, so is the staff to the principal and the principal to the proprietor and board of the school.

 

^Go Up

Nature Of School

The school is co-educational as boys and girls are admitted. Deaf and dumb, blind and crippled children whose disabilities are severe are been provided accommodation to be near school for studies. The primary school section is purely for disabled children while in the secondary school section disabled children learn along side with their non­disabled counterparts to promote integration. Non-disabled student are however not boarders.

Staffing

The principal of the school was posted on secondment by the state Teaching Service Commission. The Hospital Management Board also posted his wife who is trained staff nurse to the school on secondment. National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members are posted to teach in the school yearly as part of their Nation Youth Service voluntary programme. Kogi State College of Education, Ankpa post students for teaching practice for three months each year.

 

^Go Up

Inspections

Kogi State Ministry of Education through the Area of Inspector of Education conducts routine inspections in the school. The school needs to be successful in meeting up with requirements for having examination center for award of West African School Certificates (WASC) and those of the National Examinations Council (NECO)

Boarding Facilities

At present, disabled boys and girls live temporarily in the house of the school, proprietor. As more children with disabilities are brought for the admission, the need for hostels becomes more crucial.

Classrooms

One block of four classrooms is currently being provided in the school. Some pupils have temporal shades for lessons. More classrooms are needed.

 

^Go Up

SUPPORT NEEDED:

  1. Children's feeding

  2. Water

  3. Boys and girls hostel

  4. Two blocks of four classrooms each

  5. Assembly hall

  6. Library

  7. School clinic Instructional materials

  8. Staff quarters

  9. Science laboratory

  10. School Van

  11. Generator

  12. School Kitchen and Dining hall

        ^Go Up

 

 

Copyright © 2007 - 2022 Project Partner's Ministries. All rights reserved

Site Designed by Agape Concepts, Nigeria.