26 KG1 pupils of Careguide Montessori School, located at Gbawe, in the Greater Accra Region moved a notch higher on their academic ladder after the 4th graduation ceremony for the 2013-2014 academic year of the school.

[Headmistress, Madam Grace Lamptey, inspectng a guard of honour by the cadet of Careguide before the ceremony kick started]

Three students also graduated from the Junior High School level, to the senior level.

The event, which came off at the Gbawe Methodist Church on Saturday July 26, 2014, saw friends and families  thrilled by a graceful show of talent by the pupils as they treated audiences to good drama, music and poetry performances.

Guest speaker at the event, Mrs Josephine Tetteh, a social psychologist said she was confident that the graduands, having received the best of tuition from Careguide Montessori School will be able to progress to the next level of their educational path.

“I know for sure that with what your parents have done so far, they are willing to let you move on, and so I urge you to apply the various knowledge, discipline and morals that have been imparted onto you”, she told pupils.

The graduation, which was on the theme, “Ghana Needs You”, was aimed at emphasizing the need for the pupils to realize their worth and importance in national building efforts.

“You must succeed because Ghana needs you. You have no alternative than to succeed because Ghana needs you”, she reminded the students.

Mrs Tetteh charged the pupils to pursue the things that they enjoy doing since that was key to success.

She also urged parents to desist from forcing their children to take up tasks they [the parents] could not complete or were unable to succeed in doing in life.

Mrs Tetteh who also works with “Conscious Humanity” a human development NGO said such parents derail their child’s own unique talents and stifle self development and success when they attempt to superimpose their wishes on their children.

Careguide was established on June 14, 2004 to train “morally upright and patriotic children” at their own learning pace.

Prizes were awarded to deserving pupils.