31 graduate at King’s Kid Academy

Tuesday, August 26, 2008
King’s Kid Academy International School, on Saturday, certificated 31 outstanding graduates during the school’s end of term party held at the school grounds at Lamin Village in the Kombo North District.

King’s Kid Academy was founded in 1997 by a missionary, Reverend E Dennis Ejila, with the aim of providing affordable and quality early childhood education to children from the ages of three years and above.

Speaking at the ceremony, Rev E Dennis Ejila underscored some of the achievements the school has registered, pointing out the qualified teachers from the university whose techniques and experience have enabled the school to give quality and standard education to the children.

According to him, the school’s main source of income comes from the school fees paid by parents and other petty levies.  

He further went on to praise good Samaritans, who have contributed immensely by providing sponsorship to the most needy students, as well as providing cash donations and educational materials.  

He also used the opportunity to appeal to the donors to give more support to complete the construction of classrooms.

For his part, Mbemba Bojang, the Alkalo of Lamin Village said he was impressed by the speeches delivered by the students, adding that, it gives a clear testimony of the quality of education the school provides.  

He thanked the school administrator for the dedication and hardwork and finally urged the parents and guardians to support the school in their drive to improve the welfare of the school,. He also thanked The Gambia government for providing a conducive environment for learning.
The occasion was attended by a good number of parents and well wishers.

Author: by Sheriff Barry