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Bethesda School Exams

Six of our boys at Bethesda have now taken their National Primary School Examinations (NPSE).

Bethesda Orphanage was founded by The Connexion to provide support and education for a large number of children who were previously living on the streets of Sierra Leone, and also orphans whose family cannot be traced.

Primary schooling in Sierra Leone stretches over six years, educating children between the ages of 6 to 12. The curriculum is typically designed to provide core fundamental skills in reading, writing and mathematics, and it is necessary to pass the NPSE in order to move up to secondary school education.  

Pictured from left to right are: Bernard, Alansan, Moses (Jnr), David, Joseph and Mohammed. The results of their examinations are expected in 2-3 months.

We offer our prayers for all of the children at Bethesda, and ask for these young men to receive positive results for their exams, which will open new doors for their futures.