Contact The School
If you would like more information or have any questions about volunteering to teach English at Westminster Comprehensive School in Ghana, please use our Contact Form. Someone from the school in Ghana or George Burr, our volunteer coordinator in UK, will respond to your query as soon as possible.
School Founder and Proprietor
If you have any questions about the school or it's requirements, please email or write to Mr Philip Yeboah, the founder and proprietor of the school.
Osei, volunteer coordinator
Please liaise with the school volunteer coordinator, Mr Osei Tutu Boateng - email, on your arrival time at Accra Airport and he will arrange the transport to your accommodation at Fumesua.
Once in Ghana, volunteers can contact the School Proprietor, Mr Philip Yeboah, on 07877551236 or the School Secretary, Madame Abotsi, on 244212134 or the Head Teacher, Mr Henry Osei Tutu, on 245851214.
If you would like to apply to volunteer to teach English or French at Westminster Comprehensive School in Ghana, please use our Application Form.
If you are considering volunteering at Westminster Comprehensive School in Ghana then please read the important information on volunteering.
Correspondence from Other Schools
Westminster Comprehensive School welcomes correspondence from students in other schools. Connect your classroom with our school in Ghana and learn first hand what school is like for children in the Ashanti region of Ghana.
Westminster Comprehensive School is a private school that serves a wide variety of people from different race, ethnic background, and religion. Admission of boys and girls starts from age 3 and continues to age 15 (Junior High School).
Please write to the Head Teacher, Mr Henry Osei Tutu, at Westminster Comprehensive School, PO Box 5395, Kumasi, Ghana. Or use our Contact Form to find out more about connecting your school with Westminster School.
You can find out more about assisting Westminster Comprehensive School in Ghana by donating any surplus school text books and basic furniture such as tables and chairs.