THE Bryan Acheampong Foundation (BAF) in collaboration with Atlas Volunteers, have organized vacation classes for close to 1,000 pupils in the Kwahu East District of the Eastern Region.
The BAF Vacation School (BAVS) is tailored at providing lessons and educational activities for pupils during the long vacation.
It provides pupils with other non-curricular educational experiences.
It utilizes its special-needs education or aided education activity, which addresses the individual differences or peculiar needs of pupils.
The Special-needs education initiative focuses on learning disabilities such as dyslexia, communication disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Sarfo Adams, the Communications Manager of the Bryan Acheampong Foundation told DGN Online that BAF’s aims to continually offer pupils, a varied way of learning.
That, he said, will not only address the different learning styles among pupils but promote quality minds within the society.
He explained that “we acknowledge that not all pupil learns the same way. Some need to learn through drawing pictures.”