Tullow Ghana Confined (TGL) has supported 2,170 ultimate calendar year Junior High University (JHS) learners in the Western Area in their preparations for the 2020 BECE last exams.
As section of the Company’s Educate to Innovate with Science, Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Venture, TGL partnered with Youth Bridge Basis (YBF) to supply sustained extra tuition for students in 21 faculties.
Utilising many platforms including cellular STEM Clinics, revision sessions with WAEC examiners and the to start with-ever Tullow STEM radio programmes, learners from 21 beneficiary educational institutions of Tullow’s Teach to Innovate with STEM task gained additional tuition and participated in realistic experiments in Arithmetic, Science and English.
The Teach to Innovate with STEM Undertaking is a single of TGL’s STEM initiatives aimed at advertising and marketing and supporting STEM education at the pre-tertiary stage.
The Project is applied by YBF, with assistance from Ghana Education and learning Service, in 7 coastal districts (Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly, Effia-Kwesimintsim Municipal Assembly, Shama, Jomoro, Ellembelle, Ahanta West Districts and Nzema East Municipal Assembly) of the Western Area.
In the last a few a long time, the Project has supported roughly 10,000 college students at JHS and Senior Substantial College concentrations in the 21 Job beneficiary colleges with just after college tuition classes in STEM, realistic science lessons, industrial web-site visits and mentorship guidance.
Corporate Affairs Director of Tullow Ghana Cynthia Lumor commented: “Tullow Ghana is committed to advertising and marketing STEM education and learning and developing the ability of our youth in STEM.
We are happy of the assistance we provide in STEM development and enthusiastic to have also located modern methods these as Tullow’s STEM radio school to prepare students throughout the COVID restriction time period.
Through the Risk-free University Product framework being operate under Teach to Innovate with STEM, we have been capable to adequately put together ultimate yr JHS learners for their BECE exams and we desire them each results as they start their examinations on the 14th September.”
In furtherance of its determination to Shared Prosperity in Ghana, Tullow Ghana supports STEM enhancement with initiatives from kindergarten to tertiary instruction.