Volunteer to Teach English at Westminster Comprehensive School, Ghana
 

Football Match between Westminster School and Ejisu School

Usually, Fridays are used for different games in Westminster School and as part of this there was a football match on Friday, 17th of July, 2009 at Ejisu Town Park.

Westminster Ladies football team Westminster Ladies football team Westminster Ladies football team
Westminster Ladies football team
with two teachers Samuel and Napo
Students jubilating after the match The two teams combined

The ladies football team played first, with Westminster ladies beating Ejisu Methodist 2 goals to nil.

Westminster Football Team coach seriously talking coach seriously talking
See the Blues
(Westminster Football Team)
The coach seriously talking to his
players after the 1st half of the game

Westminster was defeated by two goals to nil. The most interesting thing was that after the children’s game was over, it’s now the turn of the teachers of the two schools. Imagine what will happen on the pitch.

on the pitch Michael and Adam Westminster Teachers Football team

Imagine what will happen
on the pitch.

Michael and Adam in
5 and 2 jerseys respectively
Westminster Teachers’
Football team

 

The goal scorer After the game Adam, Sinead and Philip

The goal scorer, Michael

After the game Adam, Sinead and
Philip on the pitch

 

A Visit to Kumasi Kejetia

On Saturday 18th of July, Philip took the three volunteers to Kumasi Market (Kejetia)

Kumasi Market Kumasi Market Kumasi Market

 

Kumasi Market Kumasi Market Kumasi Market

 

Kumasi Market Kumasi Market Sinead
Guess what they are enjoying here Sinead sharing her experience in Kejetia with friends and love ones

The three medical students have also taught the teachers and some of the students first aid and later went to visit Lake Bosomtwi and recently they have gone to Cape Coast, or Cabo Corso, the former capital town of Ghana, then the Gold Coast.