The Principal, Miss Njapha, Governing Body Members and Staff of PGHS would like to express their condolences to those who have lost loved ones during these trying times.
We also send our heartfelt support to any of our school community members who are not well or have lost their jobs as a result of this pandemic.
We wish to express our sincere appreciation to all of those who have continued to pay their school fees despite experiencing difficulties. This has helped us to cope with all the added expenses we have incurred in meeting the obligations of the Covid-19 protocols.
The school has procedures in place to ensure the safety of all our staff and learners. These are in line with all the regulations set out by the Government and the Department of Education. We appeal to Parents and Guardians to assist us by ensuring that learners adhere to the school policies and Code of Conduct. Please also ensure that the learners follow Government regulations when using public transport or walking home.
In terms of academics, the learners will be given full support by the Staff. However, they will need to be at school every day and fully engaged, in order to be taught, assessed and prepared for 2021.
We send our best wishes for Women’s Month to all the women who nurture and care for our learners.