We were thrilled to be invited to speak at the launch of the Early Grade Student’s Association (EGSA) at the Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education.

Sabre’s Assistant Early Childhood Education (ECE) Technical Manager, Francis Lord Acquah, delivered a emotive speech on his career in ECE, and how our collaboration with the Ministry of Education’s Early Childhood Department is helping to improve ECE on a large scale across Ghana.

The student association’s primary objective is to create a strong collaborative network of ECE students, whilst promoting the welfare of ECE students in their careers.

EGSA is the first-ever association for Early Grade students to be formed in the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo areas. We hope the association will foster a community of learners to communicate challenges and celebrate successes in ECE to help young learners to succeed.

We express our deepest gratitude to Sabre Education for their support and presence at the launch of our association. It was an honour to learn from Sabre’s expertise in the field of Early Childhood Education, and we hope to build and nurture this collaboration to fruition.

Seth Igwe Agbayisah, Head of the Early Grade Education Unit, APWCE.