Inadequate Classrooms Forces Some Pupils of Piisi Primary School to Sit Under Trees for Lessons.
The School Management Committee of the Piisi Roman Catholic Primary has complained about inadequate classroom infrastructure for pupils in the school.
According to the Committee, the Piisi R/C Primary School has a three-unit classroom block and a temporary two-unit wooden attachment confined with roofing sheets.
Speaking to Mohammed Musah and Aminu Ibrahim of Info Radio, the Piisi SMC said, the school has a population of about five hundred pupils who depend on the limited infrastructure for teaching and learning, adding that it slows down the pace of academic work.
The Chairman Parent-Teacher Association of the school, Joseph Mwini expressed dissatisfaction about the situation saying that, some pupils sit under trees and whenever it rains, lessons come to a close. He described the situation as a barrier to the swift flow of academic activities.
The School Management Committee therefore called on the Wa Municipal Assembly and the Government to construct additional classroom blocks for the school.