Tutu Methodist Basic School gets Facelift
The building contains an ICT room, Staff common room, Heat teacher office, a creche, 12 classrooms
The Municipal Assembly of Akuapem North and the Local Council of Tutu in conjunction with the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service have handed over Six Unit classroom and three-Unit classroom facilities ahead of the reopening of school to the Tutu Methodist School authorities.
The primary and Junior high students were earlier in congested facilities at their old site in the middle of Tutu township, with little space to operate, without a school playing ground due to the rocky nature of the environment.
Learners before the Covid-19 pandemic squeezed themselves to fit in limited classrooms and struggled with insufficient desks whiles Teachers majority of teachers were not accommodated in the staff common room.
The pupils’ enrolment continuously increased annually, a key factor which contributed to the facelift of the new site.
The new building includes an ICT room, Staff common room, Heat teacher office, a creche, 12 classrooms for lower and upper primary and six classrooms for the Junior High School.
Unfortunately, the land for the school's playground and football field is what has been 'illegally' occupied by COP Maame Yaa Tiwaah for her storey building.
William Ofori Akwaboa, Eastern Regional correspondent