As part of Government’s phased easing of restrictions, final year Junior High Students returned to school on Monday to prepare for their Basic Education Certificate Examination (B.E.C.E).
The students are expected to spend 11 weeks in school before sitting the exams.
The schools were directed to reopen while adhering to all COVID-19 health and safety protocols including minimising number of students per class, compulsory wearing of nose masks, handwashing facilities among others.
A visit to the Kwabenya M/A Cluster of Schools showed some level of preparation by school authorities towards the reopening of Schools.
Though officials of the school refused to speak on record, they told ABC News that the school is adhering to all safety protocols enumerated by the Ghana Education Service and the Ministry of Education.
Some students shared with ABC News how their first day at school went, particularly, being the first day since March that Junior High Schools have opened.
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