New uniform shows GES is paying attention to students – Annis Hafar

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An educationist, Annis Hafar has backed a decision by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to introduce a new school uniform for Junior High School (JHS) students in the country.

According to him, the introduction of the uniform shows that GES is paying attention to JHS students thus giving students a sense of importance.

Speaking on Eyewitness News, the educationist, who’s also a member of the GES Council, said there is nothing wrong with the introduction of the new uniform saying it will only add up to the number of uniforms they have already thus promoting hygiene.

“Bringing in something new never hurts, we live in a very dynamic world, we don’t want things to be so static. We want the children to see that it is a new day, there are new expectations and there is nothing wrong with changing uniform as long as there is enough for them to wear. The psychology is important in the sense that they would feel we are paying attention to them[Junior High School (JHS) students]. Being hygienic is part of a school system that supports the psychology of student, ” he said.

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