The management of Pope John Senior High School and Minor Seminary (POJOSS), Effiduase- Koforidua, with the support from Pope John Old Boys Association (POJOBA), organised a one-day workshop to formulate a 5-year strategic plan for the school.
The workshop drew representatives from key stakeholder groups of the school. Some of the stakeholders were the school management, the Governing Board, student leadership, the Catholic church, teaching and non-teaching staff, POJOBA, and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA).
Pope John Senior High School and Minor Seminary, which was formerly known St John’s Seminary and College, is an all-boys boarding school, located at Effiduase, Koforidua, in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
It was established in 1958 by the late Bishop Joseph Oliver Bowers SVD, as a Catholic seminary for boys who wished to become priests.
Pope John, which is one of the “Grade A” schools in Ghana offers courses such as General Arts, General Science, Business and Visual Arts.
The workshop was sponsored by the POJOBA 88-Year Group and Lead-it Africa, with support from Daasebre Bright Boateng (1980/82-Year Group), the CEO of Empire Court Hotel and Interpharma.
Lead-it Africa is a training firm belonging to Daasebre Dr. Herman Yobo Addae (1988/90 Year Group).
The workshop had a pre-event exercise, where the broader base of stakeholders were asked to share their views via an online survey. All input collected shall be included in the draft document and shared with stakeholders for the next level of broader engagement, alignment and implementation.
Story: Radio Angelus News