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Help preserve Ghana’s culture – Gateway school CEO urges parents

The CEO of the school, Mrs Fia, advised parents to prioritize the issue of instilling cultural values in their children.

GateWay School Complex, a leading private school at Kasoa in the Central Region, held a highly successful cultural day to celebrate Ghana’s diverse cultures. The children put on a spectacular cultural display with traditional Ghanaian clothing and dances, showcasing the beauty and richness of the country’s cultural heritage.

The CEO of the school, Mrs Fia, advised parents to prioritize the issue of instilling cultural values in their children. She stressed the importance of unity in diversity, with Ghana’s cultural diversity, a source of pride that should be preserved.


VSpeaking on the significance of the cultural day at Kate Way School Complex, Mrs Fia emphasized the need for Ghanaians to treasure and preserve their cultural heritage. She added that it should be the responsibility of parents and educators to ensure that children grow up with a deep appreciation for their own culture.

“The future of our cultural heritage lies in the hands of the next generation and it is our responsibility to educate them on the importance of our rich cultural values,” Mrs Fia said. “Our diverse cultures should be celebrated and embraced, for it brings us together as one people.”

The event was a collective effort by the various staff and teachers of the school. It was an excellent opportunity for the children to learn about Ghana’s diverse cultures, while promoting unity and understanding of cultural diversity.

Parents and guardians who attended the event expressed their pleasure and support for the initiative by Gate Way School Complex. They agreed with Mrs Fia on the importance of instilling cultural values in the younger generations.

“As Ghana gradually succumbs to cultural assimilation, it is essential that more schools follow the initiative of Gate Way School Complex in promoting culture as a critical value in society”.A parent said.

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