Science class revisited

Our journalist Obayaa Annan is currently visiting public and private schools in Ghana’s Greater Accra Region to visit science classes. Her aim is get an overview about science and education, and also to negotiate future co-operations with ScientifiKIDs.

  • This is African Child School
  • in Achimota. Our jounalist...
  • Obayaa went there...
  • to visit science classes:
  • There she met Margaret.
  • She wants to become a doctor and cure deadly diseases.
  • Here she is mixing potassium and water.
  • Kelvin wants to measure the density of a stone...
  • ...and gets help from Margaret!
  • Vera is blowing air...
  • into lime water to show...
  • that she breathes out CO2.
  • Does light travel...
  • in a straight line?
  • Or can it shine around the corner?
  • Discussing the findings...
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In March 2013, she has visited two schools: “African Child School” and “Victory Preparation School”, both in Achimota / Accra. We will soon post a detailled report. In the mean time, watch a short slide show about Obayaa’s visit at “African Child”.


  1. Joseph Costy Martey 15/04/2013 at 15:15 Reply

    Dear Journalist Obayaa Annan, you and your team are really doing a great job for mother Ghana, I can only hope that you receive some kind off support from the Government and other local and multi national companies in Ghana. We as a people can not seat back and allow such a praise worthy innovation by ScientifiKids to fade away as many potentially good innovations has suffered. May i suggest that your team write to some big companies in Ghana and if possible, check who the decision makers are, which primary schools they attended or their kids attend and target those schools to benefit from this brilliant concept…… maybe you can start with me hahahhaha, Keep on the good work for mother Ghana

  2. Abigail Amarh-Amartey 18/04/2013 at 19:39 Reply

    An interesting concept, a brilliant piece and beautiful pictures. Keep up the good job!!

  3. Cecil Edem Nuworklo 21/04/2013 at 21:48 Reply

    This is a very good site for children of these days! to explore, understand and explain the world of science

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