Right To Play charges parents, caregivers to ensure continuous education of their children

Right To Play Ghana has marked the International Literacy Day (ILD) with an urgent call on parents and caregivers to ensure the continuous education of their children at home despite the threat posed by the coronavirus. The organisation said the school closures across Ghana since March 2020, should not put on hold the education of […]

GES says Right To Play’s psychosocial support to children is special

The Ghana Education Service has commended Right To Play Ghana for its decision to extend psychosocial support to children during this period of coronavirus pandemic. The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, has described the project by the organisation as a “special one” which will help children and their parents in rural […]

Right To Play Ghana honours 150 teachers in Ga South for promoting play-based learning

Right To Play Ghana has charged Ghanaian teachers to employ play-based learning methodology in their classrooms. Ghana Programmes Manager of Right To Play Ghana, George Ahiable, said play “enhances children’s academic and developmental learning outcomes.” “Play-based learning methodology is the present and future of quality primary education and many studies have pointed to this,” he said. […]

‘You have given us 21st Century skills’ – Right To Play Ghana lauded

Right To Play Ghana has roundly been praised for introducing play-based learning methodology which enables teachers to incorporate play in their lesson delivery. Keta Municipal Education Director, Victor Kwaku Kovey said play has proven an important classroom tool such that its use brings about improvement in the performance of children. Speaking at the Teacher Recognition […]