St Vincent College of Education, Yendi named after the first Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Yendi, Most Rev. Vincent Sowah BOI-NAI, SVD was commenced on the 15th of September 2011. On that day (15 September, 2011) began the formal excavations and foundation cast for the construction of the first block of three lecture halls and four offices, with lavatories and huge verandas for the nascent St Vincent College of Education, Yendi.
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This was the realisation of one of the dreams of Bishop Boi-Nai who always wanted to solve in a special way the unprecedented rate of failures in most of the basic schools in Yendi and its rural environs, failures which prevent a great number of rural students from any academic progression after Primary and JSS.
This teachers’ training facility in Yendi, would be dedicated mainly to educating young men and ladies, willing to sacrifice and live and work among disadvantaged rural people as effective, morally disciplined, well-skilled and diligent teachers who are committed to transforming rural school pupils into great academic achievers.
Programs offered at St Vincent College of Education
The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Primary is a program designed for teachers who wish to sharpen their teaching competencies in the area of primary
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION
Junior High School (B.Ed.) lasts three years (ages 12–15). JHS ends with the BECE, which covers English language, Ghanaian language and culture, social studies,…