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VALLEY SAINT ACADEMY

ECOLOGICAL HOLISTIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

To start with an educational project in Ghana which urgently does need every support the Association Learning From Cultures e.V. decided to build a new school in Akatakyiwa before starting with building the Campus  my-ecocamp Ghana in the same Valley.

The new buildings will use natural materials as bamboo, wood and cle. The school can be run fully autarc.

Solar Energy, Solar Charging Station, Bio-Compost Toiletts, Biogas for the Organic Kitchen. Watertanks for water storage by rainwater harvesting. Automatic programmable irrigation system with underground pipes. Organic farming, cuddling zoo, bamboo bicycles, climbing playgrounds

 

Donations for a new Valley Saint Academy


GLS Gemeinschaftsbank eG
Konto                                   400 8884 400
BLZ                                      430 609 67
IBAN DE                              50 4306 0967 4008 8844 00
BIC GENO DE M 1 GLS

 

Private Primary School

Founder of the school is Hammah Eben Selassie. Headteacher and creative director of this privately organized school is Ike Augustine Baffoe. Being supported by his wife Linda Nkansah Selassie. Also a teacher at Valley Saint Academy and mother of three young children.

At the moment there are three more teacher

Godfred OTwey, Prince Zenuvu and Martha Lisborn supporting the children in learning about most important things in life.

School Basics             reading - mathematics - natural science

Self love
Caring of each other
Learning about nature
Tradition - Apatampo

APATAMPA

Apatampa is most prerformed by Fantes Communities in Ghana.

The saying is that it had been created for women as a couple. Apatampa started as an ensemble played by only women. Males joyned to play.

The purpose of Apatampo is to fulfill their recreational needs as well as to entertain themselves.

VALLEY SAINT ACADEMY APATAMPA GROUP - Dua Wusuu

Thanks to his choreografic talent as art teacher Ike and the APATAMPA Group - Dua wusuu - could already three times convince in traditional competitions.

MEMBERS

Charlotte Klassah              LEADER

Jayla Nketsiah

Deborah Monney

Isabella Mensah

Jessica Banso

Sylvanus Arthur

Prince Quayson

Francis Otoo

Klisdom Awer

Philemon Wassah

Jamila Ishmeat

Veronica Otoo

Beatrice Quayson

Yahaya Ishmeal

 

The new performing dresses with traditional fabrics will be designed and tailored by Francisca Eshun, a free designer and teacher.

Fabrics and tailoring will be sponsored by the Association
Learning From Cultures e.V.