Students of the Queensland International School in a performance. Picture: BENJAMIN GLOVER.

Parents urged to guide children on technology use

by Benjamin Glover
The Director-General of the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT, Mrs Dorothy Gordon, has appealed to parents to have a deep understanding of technology and guide their children on how to effectively use it to enhance their education.
Organise clean-up exercises to keep the environment clean.

Teen Chat: Don’t litter, keep your surroundings clean

by Fraikue Kwow Nyan
During the rainy season, many places, especially in Accra were flooded. Some people even lost their lives as a result. Anytime it threatens to rain,…
The Business Manager of GCGL in charge of the Tema Metropolis, Mrs Eugenia MacCready, interacting with the pupils after lecturing them on the importance of reading.

Tema Regular Baptist Academy introduced to Junior Graphic

by Benjamin Glover
The Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), publishers of the Junior Graphic newspaper, has introduced the paper to schools in the Tema…
Miss Regina Nyagima (right) receiving her prize from Mr S.Y. Inusah, a Science Tutor of the school, during the ceremony. Picture: EMMANUEL MODEY.

21 Tupaso students honoured

by Emmanuel K. Mordey
Twenty-one students and four teaching staff members of the Tupaso Senior High School in Wa in the Upper West Region have been honoured for their…
The six students who made it to SHS. Standing from left are Dora Normanyo, Anthony Ziddah, Joyce Tomey and Richmond Dzorkpe. Those squatting are Richmond Sakpatey and Abigail Kaman.

Exposure enhances BECE performance of Bebuso R/C JHS candidates

by Emmanuel Bonney
The one-week exposure given to final-year students of the Bebuso R/C Junior High School (JHS) at Donkorkrom in the Eastern Region at the Mary Mother…
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Teen Chat: Cultivate the habit of saving money

by Emmanuel Tachie Otoo
In view of the economic situation in the country, there is the need for everyone to save for future use. As children and youngsters we all need to…
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Dan Ibu Int. School marks silver jubilee

by Emmanuel K. Mordey
The Dan Ibu International School, the first private school in Wa in the Upper West Region (UWR), is 25 years old.
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Marilyn, winner of Citi FM Write-Away Contest

by Augustina Tawiah
She is 14 years and came tops when children all over the country competed in a writing competition organised recently by Citi FM, an Accra-based…
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Reduce sugar intake - Children advised

by Tuinese Agbeko-Dawuso
The Senior Midwifery Officer of the Tema General Hospital, Mrs Mary Amoadua, has cautioned children against the excessive intake of sugary products.
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Abigail Mortey makes Ghana proud; Best STME student in Africa

by Augustina Tawiah
Ms Abigail Buerkour Mortey, 16, has won the Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering (STME) Competition organised for the Africa Region.
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Donkorkrom gets Junior Graphic Fan Club

by George Folley
The Zonal Manager in charge of the Eastern and Volta regions of the Graphic Communications Group Limited, Mrs Catherine Ablorh, has inaugurated a…
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Shocking fate of hundreds of children orphaned by Ebola

by Mail online
Sobbing, Lydia, 16, and her younger siblings, Blessing, 11, Pauline, nine, and Paul, five, can only watch as the body of their mother is taken away
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Nigeria army back-tracks on Chibok schoolgirls’ release

by Junior Graphic
Nigeria's military has retracted its statement that some of the schoolgirls abducted from Chibok town in April by Islamist militants had been freed.
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Obese pupils ‘do worse at school’

by Mail online
Its damage to health is well known but obesity could take a heavy toll on a child’s grades.
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Make hay while the sun shines

by Tachie Otoo,
Amos was the last and only male child among the four girls of his parents. In a community where boys were highly revered, his birth came as a joy to…
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Tell us why; Did children have dolls in olden times?

by Junior Graphic
Today, we have dolls that walk, talk, cry, sleep, eat drink—they are made to look like living beings. But suppose a little girl’s parents can’t…
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Talk to Auntie; BettyDad doesn’t have time for me

by Junior Graphic
Dear Auntie Betty, I live with my parents but my dad does not have time for me. He comes home late and wakes up early for work so I hardly see him. I…
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Let’s stop depleting our forests

by Albright Appiah-Owusu,
Dear Editor, The rate at which our forest reserves are being depleted is a major source of concern to all Ghanaians. This is because our forests are…
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Barney returns to Ghana

by Irene Palgrave Boakye-Danquah
Barney, the adorable, huge and funny dinosaur is coming to Ghana again to rock the kids’ world with a double package of entertainment on October 12…
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Boy, 8, makes over $1M a year playing with toys

by Business Insider
Meet Evan, a cute little 8-year-old with the world’s best job. He rakes in hundreds of thousands of dollars while doing what all kids do, playing…
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Let’s talk about sex - Educate youngsters

by Rebecca Kwei
It is a three letter word; very simple but the mere mention of it can cause many to wonder what is going on. The word is ‘sex’ but the focus here is…
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Teen Chat: Kill the Maths phobia

by Epaphras Agyei Twumasi
Mathematics is an old subject which ancient Egyptians used thousands of years ago. It involves counting, addition, subtraction, etc. of numbers.…
Rev. Father Christopher Armah (standing), addressing the children. Picture: Lydia Essel-Mensah

Accra Anglican Diocese holds camp meeting

by Lydia Essel-Mensah
The Assistant Priest of the St Mary’s Anglican Church in Accra, Rev. Father Christopher Armah, has advised children not to give up when they face…
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Canadian International School inaugurated

by Yaa Ntiriwaa Adjei
The Canadian International School (CIS), established in April this year with support from the Canadian High Commission in Accra and the Breton…
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Results of 64 BECE candidates cancelled; 11,759 others withheld

by Junior Graphic
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has cancelled the entire results of 64 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates for…
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Ishmael Nii Amanor Dodoo: The ambitious little boy becomes a career diplomat

by Augustina Tawiah
He could have ended up a vagabond at Amamomo, one of Accra’s indigenous communities, but for the keen interest his relatives took in his education.…

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