Lower Basic School over the weekend celebrated their winning Star 2 Award
certificate presentation held at the school ground.
The winning Star 2 Award certificate competition to the deserving Lower basic school in the country is a program designed and organized by the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education to assess and measure outstanding performance of the National Assessment Test results including efforts of students and general performance of the particular school management system.
School management committee chairman Lamin E. Camara thanked the entire school administration and staff for tirelessly working which leads to the winning of the Star 2 Award competition.
He commended the school’s partners such as GAMRUPA Gambia chapter and Children Without Borders for their contribution in creating conducive learning welfare for the students and their teachers.
“I am delighted to celebrate not only the contribution of the staff and students but also to recognized the education standard of the school set by all the past head teachers and their staff,” he said
Sunkary G. Sanyang, head mistress of the school recognized the contribution of her entire staff and students in winning the Star 2 Award certificate competition.
She advised the students to take the award as a special opportunity in setting their life time future of becoming bright and successful. “The award winning ceremony is an indication of their tremendous achievement and meaningful performance towards their school curriculum as students and academic struggles.”
West Coast Region governor Bakary Sanyang reminded both students and staff of the School about the importance of education, saying for a nation to develop economically and achieved her youth employment target, education must be given a priority.
He said the award winning indicates the readiness of his region towards embracing education and national development . “The celebration is not only for Siffoe Lower Basic School but the entire region as the winning title is finally set to be celebrated for ever in the region for years to come. But again, let me emphasize here that the celebration we are having here today should continue.”