Madam Rosemary Graham was one of the club facilitators for the St. Sylvanus R/C Basic School Exploratory club. For seven (7) years running, she served as an assistant to the lead facilitator of the club, Mr. Akologo. She loved to engage her students in practical lessons and some of her favorite activities were on magnetism, the solar system and the human body systems. She has been transferred to St. Joseph R/C Basic School located at Fise also in the Ga West municipality. Rosemary’s advice to current club facilitators is that, they should take advantage of the opportunity given them to learn and improve performance in their teaching.
Prince was a club facilitator at the Nii Otto Kwame III Basic School Exploratory club. He served in that role for a year. He enjoyed teaching and conducting experiments on acids and bases during club meetings. He was also actively involved in preparing students for the annual Design Challenge. Prince has been transferred to Ajumako Kwanyako Methodist JHS in the Central Region of Ghana.
Sebastian served as the lead facilitator of the A.M.E Zion Basic School Exploratory club for seven (7) years. Key among his roles was to ensure the smooth running of the club and also helped to recruit new facilitators for the club. He loved to engage his students in practical activities during club meetings. Sebastian has been transferred to Amamorley Methodist ‘1’ Basic School and hopes to start a new club there.
Madam Rosemond was the lead facilitator for the Mataheko Basic School Exploratory club. She served in this role for over six (6) years. During her time with Exploratory, Madam Rosemond took active part in the annual Exploratory teachers training program and also helped in preparing her students for the Design Challenge competition. She has been transferred to New Abossey Okai Basic School in Accra.
William Opoku Gyampoh
William was the lead facilitator for the Tieku Basic School Exploratory club in Nsawam. In his four (4) years as lead teacher, William helped to expand the Exploratory club in his school from the Junior High School department to the primary department. William served as a coach to the Nsawam teams that competed in the 2018 and 2019 national Design Challenge competition in Accra. He has been transferred to James White SDA School also in Nsawam and hopes to start a new club there.