The minister of Education, Culture and Sciences of the Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe Isabel Viegas de Abreu Thursday commended the teaching conditions of the Kimamuenho in Caxito, northern Bengo province.
This was at the end of a visit to the institution, aimed to learn of the country’s reality in the field of training of teachers.
São-Tome’s minister said that boarding school regime, school curricula and extra-school classes for learning handwriting are among the conditions that contribute to better learning for teachers.
“I leave Bengo with a good impression. Everything I found in that education institution constitutes the necessary conditions to ensure the training of teachers”.
In turn, the deputy governor of the province of Bengo for the Political, Social and
Economic Sector, José Francisco Pedro, said the visit will strengthen bilateral relations between the two peoples.
Kimamuenho Magisterious has 20 classrooms, five laboratories, cafeteria, gym, two boarding schools (female and male) and 32 rooms.
Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)