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Awards Night - 2015

Awards Night 2015   

Despite the theme, ‘Platinum’, swaths of turquoise and gold cloth wreathed the school as the 2015 batch of Wesley Girls’ High School held their long awaited Awards Night on the 18th May, 2015. The Dynamic Eagles, as the 2015 batch proudly call themselves did not let the side down but rather set a standard which the following batches will struggle to attain.

 The programme took off at about 8pm with the opening prayer by the Chapel Prefect. The first performance was a lovely poem called Tears by Abigail Otoo. Other performances included dances by groups such as E2 , 3B1 and Manolo; songs by a few students, another poem called ROYGBIV by Rosaline Defia about the colours of the rainbow and fashion shows by Betty Effa and Selasi Kutchiati, two enterprising designers.


Finally, the 12th of October, the day of the heart-pounding, stomach-wrenching, long awaited arrival of our sisters from Swedru Senior High School. As the curious-looking, smiling girls stepped out of their bus for probably their first close-up view of Wesley Girls’ High School, they were blown away by the warm welcome given by the prefects which came complete melodious singing backed by a jovially- coloured, eye-catching poster hoisted at Compton’s Bridge.


We were ushered in with drumming and cultural dancing by a troupe of cultural dancers. While waiting for the dignitaries, we were treated to some lovely music by the John Teye Memorial School band. The chairman was then introduced after the arrival of the distinguished guests. He in turn gave his response, speaking on the value of education and the achievement the awardees had gained.
After this, there was a dance drama by Wesley Girls’ High School which left the room in awe and applause after. The compere spoke about their performance saying that went to show that Wesley Girls’ High School was not all about studying and passing but gaining a holistic education as well.

Tour of The School by African Conference of Principals

A lot of preparations went into the reception of the African Conference of Principals. Wesley Girls’ High School, as usual, went to great lengths to make our visitors from different parts of Africa comfortable. The assembly hall was decorated to the point that it looked like a restaurant at a first class hotel and very fine cuisine was prepared for the principals by the very capable kitchen staff of Wesley Girls’ High School.



 Finally, the much anticipated WASSCE has begun in full earnest. The Visual Arts and Home Economics students started their practicals in the early weeks of March. 


This year’s Jesus Festival was indeed an exceptional one. As usual, Rev. Betty King and her team prepared the way for the start of Jesus Festival. They were here on the 8th of April, a week before the program began.













 Speech and Prize Giving day was the programme that climaxed the annual one week celebration. The old girls who graced the occasion were the 1954, 1964, 1974,1984,1994,2004 and 2014 with the 1994 year group being the sponsors.

The programme officially started with a short parade by the Wesley Girls’ High School Air Force Cadet Corps and the School Air Force Regimental Band which took place at the old car park. The whole crowd was amazed by the precision and accuracy with which the Cadet girls displayed the drills in the march past and also the manner in which the Commanding Officer, Miss Darlene Thompson, commanded the parade. The prowess and dexterity which the Regimental Band girls showed in playing their various instruments was impressive considering the fact that they had been inaugurated just two weeks ago. The colour party of the Cadet Corps also did well by displaying the Ghana National flag and the “Wey Gey Hey” flag. The Cadet girls were beautifully clad in their deep blue trousers and sky blue shirts with their brightly shining black boots. The Regimental Band girls were also in their Air Force uniforms. After the inspection of the parade, which was conducted by the Chief Justice, Justice Georgina T. Wood (Special Guest of Honour) and Esther Cobbah (Lady President), the contingent marched past and left the square in slow and quick time in an arrow-head formation amidst the deafening claps and shouts from the various old girls and students.


 Harvest 2014 occurred on the 23rd October 2014 on Sunday at about 4:00 pm. The service begun with the introit from the choir singing hymn 964 as the processional hymn. 

The Call to Worship was done by Christodea Asamoah Appiadu, the Chapel Prefect. The Opening hymn, hymn 962, was sung followed by a prayer from Rev. Aidoo, the School chaplain.