Presiding over the graduation ceremony, the Senior Administrator for MBH, Mr Nji Richard noted that graduation is an important event in the lives of the pupils and kids given that it takes them from one educational level to another. He congratulated the teachers and pupils of both schools for the brilliant results recorded in the Common Entrance Exams and urged them to keep the flag flying high. Mr. Nji commended the efforts of the parents in sacrificing resources to ensure that their children acquire education in the schools. He noted that the pupils had been built up spiritually, morally and academically. The Head Teacher of ISFD, Mr. Che Manasseh represented the Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (SEEPD) Program Manager who was out of the country for other assignments.He called on parents to partner with the SEEPD program in order to continue providing holistic support to persons with impairments while ensuring their inclusion in the society. Mr Che noted that with the collaboration of the SEEPD program, ISFD was able to organize joint socio-cultural activities for the two schools aimed at promoting social inclusion. He disclosed that the secret of their success every year is team spirit and hard work. The Head Teacher of Mbingo One Primary and Nursery School, Mr. Ndousak Solomon said 403 pupils have passed through the school with so many of them now into different professions. He noted that the brilliant results of the schools have become a tradition and called on parents to send their children to these schools in the coming academic year. The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) presidents of the two schools used the ceremony to appreciate Dordrecht Bamenda Foundation Netherlands for donating classrooms to ISFD. They added their voices to that of the previous speakers in congratulating the schools for their results. In separate speeches, the head girls of the schools appreciated the Ministry of Basic Education, CBC Health Services, the administration of MBH, their parents and teachers for facilitating their educational process. They pleaded for continuous spiritual, moral and financial support to enable them ascend the academic ladder and other facets of life .They called on the CBC Health Services to continue partnering withcommunity leaders in order to educate other children with impairments in the community. Dressed in their purple and green robes, the graduates with great smiles on their faces thrilled their peers, parents and teachers with songs, poems, speeches amongst others. Pleased with the results and efforts of the teachers, some parents appreciated them with a cake as a sign of their joy.
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