LEARNING AT HOME: 1. GhLA ONLINE LEARNING SOLUTIONS: Following the President’s declaration of the indefinite closure of schools as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, the Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) has therefore taken the initiative to recommend a number of online learning resources where Ghanaians in every age group can access learning materials remotely. Go on our website www.ghanalibrary.org, click on “Resources” and select “Online Resources” from the drop-down menu. Or Download the Ghana Library app on Play store or App store, select “vendors” and have access to these online resources. We have categorized various online resources based on different age groups. 2. MoE ONLINE PLATFORM:The Ministry of Education, Ghana has created an online study platform for all Senior High School students. To access the platform 1. Click here: icampusgh.com 2. Enter your BECE index number as your username. Note. For SHS 3 students, add 17 to the index number E.g. 309074025 then 17 to read 30907402517. 3. Enter ghana@12345 as your default password and click on log in. 4.You will be required to change the default password before you can continue using the platform. 5. Click on View all courses to see the subjects available. Click on any of the courses available and enroll. Benefits of the platform. 1. Access to all core subjects and selected electives. 2. Access to video lessons and lessons notes. 3. Access to virtual labs and simulations (in some instances). 4. Access to online Test after every lesson 3. VODAFONE INSTANT SCHOOL: Click here 4. YOUTUBE CHANNELS: FOR KIDS (Two to Fifteen Years): Crush Course Kids, National Geographic Kids, Kids Learning Tube, SciShow, Geek Gurl Diaries… THREE to EIGHTEEN YEARS: Tynker, Outschool, Beast Academy…. THIRTEEN to TWENTY- FIVE YEARS: Udemy, Curiosity Stream, Creative Bugs
Notice of new working hours

The National Inspectorate Board wishes to inform the general public of its new working hours as part of measures to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic effective Monday, 23rd March, 2020 until further notice.

Working Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:30am-3:00pm

Kindly reach us on 0302907587, 0302907539, 0545723688 or send us an email: info@inspectorateboard.gov.gh


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Suspension of conduct of 2020 WASSCE, TVET and other international examinations (e.g. IGCSE) for school candidates

The National Inspectorate Board (NIB) is reliably informed of the suspension of the conduct of 2020 WASSCE for school candidates by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC). In line with the above directive, the NIB wishes to inform and direct that:
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Suspension of school activities due to Covid-19

It has come to the attention of the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) that some private pre-tertiary schools are still operating contrary to the President’s directive that all schools be closed effective Monday, 16th March, 2020
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NIB halts School Inspection and Registration

In accordance with the President of the Republic’s directive for all schools to be closed until further notice as an emergency measure to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) hereby announces the suspension of school inspections and registration
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