The Assistant Headmaster of Kpeve Senior High School in Kpeve in the Volta Region, Mike Adzie, has bemoaned the lack of infrastructure at the school such as dining and assembly halls as well as a staff common room for teachers.

Mr Adzie told Accra News’ Nana Ampadu on Thursday, 26 July 2018 that the school’s environment is not conducive for teaching and learning, a situation that is affecting the academic performance of the students.

He noted also that the headmaster’s office has been turned into one of the classrooms to accommodate more students.

Also, the school, he said, has no boys’ dormitory and library.

Mr Adzie called on government to come to aid of the school and refurbish the buildings.

He said: “We don’t have a dining hall, we don’t have an assembly hall and staff common room. Teachers sit under trees, and that place has become their staff common room. There is no boys’ dormitory, we have no library. The administration block which is being built with the GETFund has also stalled. The Headmasters office has been turned into one of the classrooms.”

He added: “We are appealing to the government to refurbish the school and provide the logistics and facilities we need.”

Source: Ghana/

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