THE SCHOOL

Every Child Matters

Photo of staff and students
School cheering for Raphael Botsyo (Wheelchair Track Olympian); MKA board member
  • MKA's VISION:
  • A society where all people can live side by side respectfully and appreciate that we each have a unique contribution to make to the world. 
  • MKA's MISSION:  
  • To build confidence and competency in all learners
  • To promote excellence through an enabling environment
  • To promote inclusion to empower each and every student to reach their potential
  • To integrate fully with our community through sharing knowledge and resources

MKA is on two sites: Lower Primary & Main School

Photos of Main School and Lower Primary school
Left to Right: Main School & Lower Primary

Multikids Academy ws established as a not-for-profit school in September 2009 and is governed by a Board of Directors. MKA was co-founded by Sigrid Kootstra and AJ Budge. It is Ghana's  first and only inclusive international school, educating children in a co-existing learning environment regardless of any learning challenges that they might have.  MKA combines specialist creative, academic and vocational teaching and learning for students from 2 years to 21 years.


MKA Parent Team

Parents organised a Sponsored Walk in Legon Gardens to raise money for a generator
Parents organised a Sponsored Walk in Legon Gardens to raise money for a generator

PTA  Executive:  

Chair:  TBN

Vice Chair: Nana Akua Akuffo - Acting Chair

Secretary:  Iris (Kwasi's mum)

Treasurer: Dee Hill (Storm's mum)

Apart from regular PTA meetings, parents meet regularly to discuss the progress of their wards, for example, 12 parents met to discuss the new SRE (Sex Relationship Education) programme in the Secondary department. Parents of ASD children have met on several occasions to discuss how to manage challenging behaviour and to support each other.

" The school and the teachers are working hard to bring out the talents and potential of our students. Thank you again!" Rebecca - Nana Yaw's mum

Comments from parents after the Carnival & Open Day

  • Wonderful performance -  alot of work put in by both teachers and students (David's dad)
  • Pupils need to dance alot more as most of them don;t do the same at home.  They need to show a lot more sweat... I loved the way they danced today...secondary parent
  • The children of Multikids' Academy have gained alot of self-confidence and also are more focused  ....  Biana Blegt
  • Impressed withthe activities in the school, very stimulating and creative.  Love the involvement of the teachers in all aspects of the curriculum ....Barbara Larbi
  • It's good to know what our children are up to when they are here.  I'm really glad I brought Kweku here!! Multikids Academy really brings out the talents of our special ones....Kweku's mum, Margaret Akuamoah
  • The carnival day was fantastic!  Thank you for organizing the students to present some of their project work for parents. The school and the teachers are working hard to bring out the talents and potential of our students. Thank you again!  Rebecca - Nana Yaw's mum
  • Today's prgramme was spectatular and I think it should be encouraged! Great stuff....Ray Yeboah - Nana Boateng's dad
  • Arriving to see children drumming and dancing - it was very impressive. I talked to my son's teachers and the Education Director. about his progress. ...Sonia.

Open University Film on Inclusion

This film looks at the different ways in which Multikids Academy (MKA) tackles the stigma of children having special or additional needs by providing qualtity education. This documentary illustrates how inclusive education can help pupils and students previously excluded from classrooms, but most importantly how our children can become valued as individuals and as learners.

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