Japi Primary School

Japi Primary School

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I did my Grades one and seven at this school. My Grade one teacher was Mr Bubala and my Grade seven teacher was Mr MUNKOMBWE. Thanks my teachers for building me
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Japi Primary School is a School near Pemba town, it has provided quality education to many children & youth from different places both local and far.

Operating as usual

[10/18/19]   Education is the key, but our leaders has changed the padlock.

[08/27/17]   Education is still the key, even though we have affirmative action.

[02/06/17]   I speak not for myself but for those without voice... those who have fought for their rights... their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated.

[12/25/16]   The system of education instituted at the beginning of the world was to be a model for man throughout all aftertime. As an illustration of its principles a model school was established in Eden, the home of our first parents. The Garden of Eden was the schoolroom, nature was the lesson book, the Creator Himself was the instructor, and the parents of the human family were the students.

[11/22/16]   P.T.A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING

1. Kupala
2. Kuzulana
3. Kutambula basimuswaangano--PTA chair
TWAAMBO
1. Kubambulula ng'anda
2. Mali aamayake
And many more

12/11/2016

Japi Primary School

[10/21/16]   The right to education is a universal
entitlement to education. This is
recognized in the International Covenant
on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as
a human right that includes the right to
free, compulsory primary education for all,
an obligation to develop secondary
education accessible to all, in particular by
the progressive introduction of free
secondary education, as well as an
obligation to develop equitable access to
higher education, ideally by the
progressive introduction of free higher
education. Today, almost 70 million
children across the world are prevented
from going to school each day. [1]
The right to education also includes a
responsibility to provide basic education
for individuals who have not completed
primary education. In addition to these
access to education provisions, the right
to education encompasses the obligation
to rule out discrimination at all levels of
the educational system, to set minimum
standards and to improve the quality of
education.
International legal basis
The right to education is reflected in
international law in Article 26 of the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and Articles 13 and 14 of the
International Covenant on Economic,
Social and Cultural Rights.[2][3][4] Article
26 states, "Everyone has the right to
education. Education shall be free, at least
in the elementary and fundamental
stages. Elementary education shall be
compulsory. Technical and professional
education shall be made generally
available and higher education shall be
equally accessible to all on the basis of
merit. Education shall be directed to the
full development of the human personality
and to the strengthening of respect for
human rights and fundamental freedoms.
It shall promote understanding, tolerance
and friendship among all nations, racial or
religious groups, and shall further the
activities of the United Nations for the
maintenance of peace. Parents have a
prior right to choose the kind of
education that shall be given to their
children."[5]
The right to education has been
reaffirmed in the 1960 UNESCO
Convention against Discrimination in
Education , the 1981 Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination
Against Women,[6] the 2006 Convention
on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
[7] and the African Charter on Human and
Peoples' Rights.[8]

20/10/2016

Japi Primary School

[10/19/16]   Educational Inequality is the difference in
the learning results, or efficacy,
experienced by students coming from
different groups. Educational efficacy is
most often measured by grades, GPA
scores, test scores, drop-out rates, college
entrance statistics, and college completion
rates.[1]
Much of educational inequality is
attributed to economic disparities that
often falls along racial lines and much
modern conversation about educational
equity conflates the two, showing how
they are inseparable from residential
location and, more recently, language.[2]
Educational inequality between white
students and minority students continues
to perpetuate social and economic
inequality.[1]
Throughout the world, there have been
continuous attempts to reform education
at all levels.[3] With different causes that
are deeply rooted in history, society, and
culture, this inequality is difficult to
eradicate. Although difficult, education is
vital to society’s movement forward. It
promotes “citizenship, identity, equality of
opportunity and social inclusion, social
cohesion as well as economic growth and
employment” and for these reasons,
equality is widely promoted.[4]

[10/19/16]   Education is the process of facilitating
learning, or the acquisition of knowledge,
skills, values, beliefs, and habits.
Educational methods include storytelling,
discussion, teaching, training, and
directed research. Education frequently
takes place under the guidance of
educators, but learners may also educate
themselves.[1] Education can take place in
formal or informal settings and any
experience that has a formative effect on
the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be
considered educational. The methodology
of teaching is called pedagogy.
Education is commonly divided formally
into such stages as preschool or
kindergarten, primary school, secondary
school and then college, university, or
apprenticeship.
A right to education has been recognized
by some governments, including at the
global level: Article 13 of the United
Nations' 1966 International Covenant on
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
recognizes a universal right to education.
[2] In most regions education is
compulsory up to a certain age.

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640058, Pemba
Pemba
JAPI PRIMARY SCHOOL, 640058, PEMBA
Other Pemba schools & colleges (show all)
Pemba Secondary School Pemba Secondary School
P/Bag 1,Livingstone Road
Pemba, 10101

Co-Education Secondary School.