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Sat, 02 Feb 2019 11:56 - Updated Sat, 02 Feb 2019 11:56

Angolan Consular School in Congo needs support

Cabinda - Angola's Consular School in Ponta Negra (Congo Brazzaville), affiliated with the Angolan Consulate General in that city, created in 2006, needs support from the Ministry of Education and Government of Cabinda Province, said the Angolan ambassador to Congo Brazaville , Vicente Muanda.

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Cabinda: Angolan students in Ponta Negra (file)

Photo: Pedro João

The school operates in the former Catholic Mission, in the outskirts of the city of Ponta Negra, in the neighborhood of Fount Tié-Tié, given by the local clergy to attend school children and young people of the Angolan community.

It was officially inaugurated in 2006, thanks to the order of the then Minister of Education, António Burity da Silva, which authorizes its creation after working with volunteer teachers from 2004 to 2005.

The minister directive, published in the State Gazette no. 140, in its First Series, clarifies that the newly created institution, is part of the National System of Education and Teaching following the curricula in force in the official schools of the country.

The Consular School is able to teach Primary and Secondary Cycles (high education) which includes the level of initiation to Grade 12, being located in the urban geographic domicile.

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