Feb 2, 2011, 12:02 PM
Students and teachers of
Speaking in an interview with The Point shortly before their departure from the Banjul Ferry Terminal, the head of the delegation, Ian Tidswell, revealed that the link was established in September, 2008 by Mr. Crordon Inglis, the principal of
He added that the link is very useful and they hope it will enable the children in
It is extremely important that young people from
We also pray that great friendships will be formed through this excellent link and the cultural exchange will work both ways.
Mr. Fatty outlined a brief history of the school by saying that the school was founded in September, 2000 and it started with a student population of 50 and now caters for more than 386 students the majority of whom are girls. This is extremely positive progress and all involved in bringing it about must be praised for their efforts. Again we state that our young people are our future in The Gambia and we must stop at nothing to ensure that they receive the best education they possibly can when they are young.
"Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave."
Lord Henry Brougham