While Sierra Leone schools remain partially closed due to the COVID pandemic, the Child Reintegration Centre education department has been holding test preparation classes for students facing promotional exams. In most of West Africa, students who hope to promote from the Primary, Junior Secondary, and Senior Secondary levels are required to pass difficult examinations on a broad range of subjects. CRC students have been invited to attend classes in small groups, where they are tutored with a focus on mathematics and English. Education Manager Mabel Mustapha organized a system to help the students continue to study and prepare at home.
In early July, the government reopened school for students sitting public exams so they can attend remedial classes. The children will have at least two weeks of test preparation classes before the examinations are held. Children who are not taking public examinations will be assessed by their teachers on the two terms that were conducted before schools closed.
The NPSE exam for promotion from primary school is scheduled for July 31, BECE exam for promotion from Junior Secondary is scheduled for July 15, and the WASSCE exam for graduates of Senior Secondary is scheduled for August 4th.
8/29/2020 03:40:52 am
So good to see that CRC are yet again keeping the students education as a high priority as they did with Ebola..
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