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Decathlon Ghana donates Sports Items to GIS
From Left;  Marilyn-Maisy Adu-Awuah (Assembly Prefect), Mr. Amponsah-Mensah (VP-Upper Secondary), Ms. Ida Abbeyquaye (VP-Lower Secondary), Dr. Mrs. Kristine Marbell-Pierre (Head of Guidance and Counselling), Ms. Pamela Asare-Saforo (Decathlon GH. Rep) and Mrs. Akotoh (PE and Sports Teacher)

Decathlon Ghana, a French Sports equipment and Sportswear company in partnership with Ghana International School’s (GIS) Physical Education (PE) and Sports Department, donated footballs and an archery kit to enhance sports within the School Community.

Mr. Amponsah Mensah, Vice Principal, Upper Secondary addressing students at assembly
Mr. Amponsah Mensah, Vice Principal,Upper Secondary (Left)  introducing the representative from  Decathlon Ghana  to students at assembly

Speaking at the Secondary School Assembly, Ms. Pamela Asare-Saforo, Human Resource Manager at Decathlon Ghana highlighted that the kind gesture was in line with Decathlon’s vision to make sports available to all.

Together with a representative of the School’s PE and Sports Department, she further went on to handover the items to Justin Adumako (Upper Sixth Form), Boys Sports Prefect. She went on to congratulate Mrs. Akoto, PE and Sports Teacher at GIS for introducing the Archery Club as one of the co-curricular clubs on offer to students for Terms 2 and 3, 2017-2018 Academic year.

Ms. Pamela Asare-Saforo a representative from Decathlon Ghana(middle) together with  Ms. Catherine Tukpe (Head of Department of   Physical Education at GIS)  presenting the items to Justin Adomako (Upper Sixth Form Student), Boys Sports Prefect

Ms. Pamela Asare-Saforo expressed her sincere gratitude to the School Management for opening its doors to embrace the vision of supporting and enhancing sports in Ghana

On behalf of the GIS Community, we say a big thank you to Decathlon Ghana for their kind gesture.

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