Tag Archives: NaCCA

Students’ views solicited about the existing Curriculum and what needs to be reviewed- NaCCA

On the review of the new curriculum in senior high schools in the country, the management of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has officially disclosed that the various panels in the review process have interacted with some students in the various SHS to solicit their views. As a sequel to the curriculum… Read More »

Primary two pupils to write National Standardized Test later this year – NaCCA

The Director General of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment NaCCA, professor Edward Appiah has revealed that pupils in primary two in all public basic schools will be set to write the National standardized test later this year. According to Prof. Edward Appiah, this is in line with the introduction of the new curriculum… Read More »

SHSTS Curriculum writing. NaCCA recruitment of JHS & SHS Teachers, professionals

The management of the Ministry of Education and the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service 2019 introduced a new curriculum for basic schools. For a complete and standard curriculum in all levels of basic schools, the management of NaCCA is planning to introduce the new curriculum in… Read More »

NaCCA engages NAGRAT in High school Education Curriculum Development

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), paid a working visit to the offices of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) at NAGRAT Lyceum, Adabraka. The purpose of the visit was to engage its leadership on the Council’s ongoing efforts at developing the secondary education curriculum; as a complement to the Standards-Based Curriculum… Read More »

NaCCA has began the development of standard Based curriculum for SHS

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has initiated a process to develop a standards-based curriculum for secondary education. This move is critical to completing the pre-tertiary education curriculum reforms which began in 2018. In response to the 2018 educational reforms proposed by the Education Sector Plan 2018 2030, NaCCA developed and rolled-out the… Read More »

GES and SSNIT to launch teachers manual on social security for JHS and SHS Teachers

The management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Social security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) in Collaboration with the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) have successfully produced students Readers and Teachers’ manuals for the inclusion of Social security in Junior High schools and Senior High schools curricula. The Social Security and… Read More »

A 3-day workshop to align STEM concept with the Common Core Program (CCP) and SBC -NaCCA

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has organized a three-day workshop for the development of ‘A Guide for teaching; using STEM and Play-Based Learning (PBL) Approaches’.This project is being undertaken with support from Right-to-Play International. This program aims to help create a conducive atmosphere, strategy, and environment that is needed by teachers to… Read More »

70 publishers and how they will support the implementation of the Common Core program (CCP) curriculum

On Friday, 10th September 2021, the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) held a stakeholder consultative meeting with Publishers on the theme – “CCP Curriculum and its implementation: the role of the Publisher”. The event took place at the Accra College of Education. It was well attended by over 70 publishers from across the… Read More »

Some private schools have started using CCP Curriculum for instructions – NaCCA Boss

On the 8th of September, 2021, the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) held a meeting with seven private school associations at its premises. The purpose was to discuss and deliberate on pertinent issues regarding the purchase and use of textbooks, in support of the Standards-Based Curriculum (SBC). In his welcome address, the Acting… Read More »