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Inclusive school St. James

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  • Director's name: Mme Perpétue Afomasse
  • Year of creation: 2002
  • Address: Lot 2120 Menontin
    ------ Cotonou
    Benin Africa
  • Phone number: +229 21 38 74 23
  • Email: saintejocelyne@nullgmail.com
  • Go to website www.saintejocelynegroup.com/
The inclusive school has 425 students, of whom 40 have special needs because of their disability.

Organisation Project:

Mrs perpetuating AFOMASSE HAYDEN, in his great vision for the education of the child, felt dissatisfaction in his work as an educator in the public schools. After more than twenty years of service in public administration, she was supported by her husband Dominique AFOMASSE to create school St. James in September 2002. At the inauguration, the school had just three (03) children. The next day, other children were registered. At the edge of the end of the school year holidays, the only "native" class for the new school brought together 32 children. The following year, an addition of 54 new did pass membership to 86 children including children with disabilities. The 3rd year, with the creation of the primary course, St. James had 175 students or an annual increase of more than 100% of the workforce. After 10 years, the school has about 400 children each year with all classes of primary school.
With our nursery, our kindergarten and our elementary school, we support overall education and education of our children without segregation. where the inclusion of children with disabilities, which today are our pride because their result we know both Benin outside by international organizations. Holy Jocelyne currently 41 children with disabilities or 10% of its workforce.

Experience Index Cards

Saint Jocelyne school group welcomes about 40 children with disabilities in 425 students, Cotonou, Benin
With our nursery, our kindergarten and our elementary school, we support overall education and education of our children without segregation.