11th December 2016

Emotional Capital in Ghana

Educational leaders in Ghana have the opportunity of joining the SESA Initiative, to pioneer a new path within Ghana’s education sector.

Without doubt this study into prevailing social emotional skills within young people aged 13-17years, is the most powerful insight ever, a deep-dive into the existing levels of Resilience and Wellbeing within girls and boys.

All schools taking part will be pioneering the introduction of social emotional skills research within their country.

In addition they will be provided with a powerful new teaching insight, the road-map to building tangible new Resilience and Wellbeing in their young people..

Never before has it been possible for educators within Ghana, to lead the way into Defining and Measuring the social emotional skills (SES) in young people.

SESA Ghana “Emotional Capital in Young People” launches in schools during February 2017.

Join some of the schools already taking part:

Ajumako Senior High School,

Box AJ 7, Ajumako, Central Region, Ghana

Proprietor: Mr. Alex Arthur

Startrite Community School

NTG 20 Brim Central Municipality Akim Oda, Eastern Region, Ghana

Proprietor : Kwame Baah Mensa( B.A. Hons French)

Ghana Education Staff Development Institute (GESDI)

Basic A/B Ajumako, Central Region, Ghana

Proprietors: Emmanuel Amihere (Basic A) and Daniel K (Basic B).

Pat Goshen Academy

P.O.Box GP 1258, Accra. Ghana.

Headmistress: Mrs. Susie Takyi

To sign-up your school, please contact James Addison, co-founder of SESA Ghana.

Visit: Addison International Centre of Emotional Intelligence, Box DS 243, Dansoman, Accra.

Call: +233 26 833 0951