Bisease Senior High School Welcomes 17 New Teaching Staff in a grand style 

Bisease Senior High School Welcomes 17 New Teaching Staff in a grand style

Seventeen (17) ready-to-work persons who for various assignments have joined the Bisease Senior High School for the second semester, have been today ushered fully into the school by the headmaster and his lieutenants.

During a session today, three categories of teachers were introduced to the old staff. There were those to do observation, for internship and national service.

Their presence will among other reasons augment the teaching strength while at the same time give them an exposure to the realities in the teaching field.

In his welcome address, Mr Francis Afari Sackey, head of the school, urged the new teachers to freely contribute to the success of the school

“Orientation would soon be organised for all you. This is to ensure that you can identify yourselves better with the school” he assured.

Mr Edward Ampiah, assistant headmaster of administration, encouraged the new entrants to be time and duty conscious. “As you render various services to the school, bear in mind that commitment and selflessness would define your actions”
He entreated mentors to coach the upcoming Teachers well and avail them to the right pedagogical skills. “Do not leave them to their fates, be with them during practical teaching lessons and ensure they are always on the right path”


Consequently present were Madam Philomena and .Mr Fiatuga Sesime, both deputising the headmaster in his quest to make Biseco a brand name.

Reacting to the warm reception offered by the old staff, some of them new ones wondered how a dynamic school with teachers with so much individual differences could be such United, friendly and hospitable.

Mr Bernard Addae, an intern from the University of Education, Winneba expressed his personal appreciation to the English Unit and the languages department for accepting him and already guiding him on the practicalities of all he’s learnt.




Source: ,Ajumako Bisease