Class/Form Comparisons
Age
Ghanaian
TRRS
UK School Year
Exams
4 to 5
Nursery
Reception
5 to 6
Kindergarten
Class 1
1
6 to 7
Class 1
Class 2
2
Key Stage 1 (British system)
7 to 8
Class 2
Class 3
3
8 to 9
Class 3
Class 4
4
9 to 10
Class 4
Class 5
5
10 to 11
Class 5
Class 6
6
Key Stage 2 (British system)
11+ (ISEB)
11+ UK
11 to 12
Class 6
Form 1
7
12 to 13
JHS 1
Form 2
8
Common Entrance (ISEB) 
13 to 14
JHS 2
Form 3
9
14 to 15
JHS 3
Form 4
10
15 to 16
SHS 1
Form 5
11
IGCSE (British system)
16 to 17
SHS 2
Lower 6
12
AS-Level (British system)
17 to 18
SHS 3
Upper 6
13
A Level (British system)
   

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Adinkra Symbols


WAWA ABA

"seed of the wawa tree" symbol of hardiness, toughness and perseverance The seed of the wawa tree is extremely hard. In Akan culture, it is a symbol of someone who is strong and tough. It inspires the individual to persevere through hardship.

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