The Director for Archfield School located at Fijai off Kasoa Nyanyano Road in the Central Region, Mr Archbold Appiah has stated that the technical and vocational education needs to be treated with care to help eliminate the high level of unemployment rate in the Nation.
He made this statement during the fourth graduation ceremony held at the school’s premises on 1st August 2018.
He stressed that if the vocational and technical education is handled well in the country Ghanaians will have their jobs even before coming out of school.
He therefore proposed to government to have a lot of attention to improving the technical and vocational education in the nation.
On the other hand, the head master for Archfield school, Mr Ernest Sowah also added that the upbringing of every child is done both at home and school but since the first point of education start at home, he urged parents to monitor their children very well when they are in the house.
He added that, parents should restrict their children from watching some programs on television since telenovela has suddenly taking over our TV Channels.
The school which was established in 2011 graduated 22 students as its first batch of BECE candidates who sat for the examination this year.
27 pupils were also graduated from class six to the JHS level of the same school while 32 number of pupil also graduated from KG2 to the lower primary.