Students of Multikids Inclusive Academy, an inclusive educational facility in Ghana on Wednesday night put up a splendid performance showing the abilities of especially children with special needs
|some of the students on display|
The Show dubbed: “Embrace” had children with all kinds of special needs as well as “normal” children recite poetry, dance and drama and artistic performances to the admiration of parents and audience.
The show which also marked the end of year programme for the school was also used to raise fund to support the feeding of children in the Accra Psychiatric Hospital
Ms Amanda Budge, Head of Multikids Inclusive Academy, said end of year show is used to demonstrate the abilities of children especially those with special needs and let the world know that “every child matters”
She called on Ghanaians to embrace all children especially those with special needs saying “they have special abilities”.
The students at the end of the show invited all audience to dance to the tune “Heal the World” calling for acceptance of all children in society regardless of their needs.