First year students and their parents who turned up at the Mfantsipim Senior High School (SHS) in the Central Region with their trunks and cleave boxes on Sunday have been left stranded after they were dismissed by experts of the school.
The school’s experts guarantee the students who were set in the school under the self-position module of the Computerized School Selection Placement System (CSSPS) were wrongly put; in this way they ought to return home.
One parent who addressed Graphic Online said upon landing in the school, specialists requested that they return home since her child’s name was not on the rundown of understudies who have been put at the school.
As per her, following her child’s arrangement, she grabbed the outline last Wednesday and was approached to answer to the school on Sunday.
“My ward was given Visual Arts. We came here on Wednesday after my ward was put at Mfantsipim and they gave us a plan. We’ve sewn outfits, purchased every one of the things and now they are requesting that we return home. We won’t go,” she disclosed to Graphic Online.
“When we went ahead Wednesday, they took our telephone numbers thus in the event that anything by any stretch of the imagination, they ought to have called us or sent us messages with that impact. The quantity of understudies doing visual expressions on the notice board is only 22 so guardians suspect there is something else entirely to it than meets the eye. They state they are not conceding however we have been given plan since a week ago to report today just to be given this news,” she included.
Then, the Ghana Education Service (GES) says no understudy was wrongly put by the CSSPS.
As indicated by the Deputy Director General responsible for Quality and Access, Kwabena Tandoh, understudies were set by their selection of schools.
In a meeting, Mr Tandoh clarified that understudies were set by legitimacy and in this manner it was incomprehensible for anybody to grumble that the individual was not set in schools or projects of their decision.