Baidoocom Academy Received Teaching and Learning Tools And Materials From German Company

A Company In Germany Supports Baidoocom Academy Academic Excellence Materials.


Nanasuano, Bono region, November 04, 2022

Baidoocom Academy, a private Basic school at Nanasuano in the Berekum West District of the Bono region has received teaching and learning tools and materials from Worker Drie Drive Logistics (WDDL), tea and spices production company in Humbug, Germany. 

The items donated on Wednesday are school bags, shoes, clothes, kids playing equipments, toys, balls and skateboards for academic excellence.

Others includes reading and writing materials such as books, rulers, sketching tools, drawing pads, colour pencils, pens, erasers and many more to be distributed to the kids to help their practical works in school and at home.

Mr. Opoku Kwasi, the Proprietor of the school who lives and work with the company in Germany presented the items to management and staff of Baidoocom Academy.

He did the presentation on behalf of Makus Mikesker, Wibke Lulau and Lydia Schirev who are manager and assistants respectively and the entire company body in Germany.

Speaking in an interview with the media after the presentation, Mr. Opoku expressed profound gratitude to the management of WDDL company for the kind heart to support both academic, physical and psychological growth of pupil of Baidoocom Academy in Ghana.

In further interview, Mr. Joseph Tutu-Ansu, the Headmaster revealed that some of the kids have challenges in terms of tools and materials for learning because their parents could not afford. 

“This items would therefore be of great help to such children and ease the burden of their parents and the school”, he said.

This is because if the children don’t have what is needed for them to study, it slows down their academic works and affects the performance of not only them, but the school in general, he added.

Mr. Tutu-Ansu said the school started in 2019 and have total population of about 450 pupil from creche to class four with over 20 teaching and non teaching staff. 

Madam Bridget Asiedu Kyeraa, a class two, madam said because their teachings were based on purply practicals, the items received would help the children to touch and feel what is being thought.

Benedict Effah Antwi, the prefect of class four was much grateful to the donner company and his school authorities, saying, some of his colleagues were not having most of the items, particularly bags and even reading books, therefore the donation is going to redeem such people from their situations so they can also enjoy teaching and learning.


Children displays some of the items given them
Mr. Opoku Kwasi presenting the items to Mr Tutu-Ansu

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *