A class four teacher identified as Freeman Gebute has taken to social media to reveal how he teaches his pupils at the Kaasa Basic School in Siniesi in the Builsa North District of the Upper East Region.

According to a Facebook post sighted by xorlali.com, Freeman Gebute said for his pupils who can’t afford to visit any heritage sites in Ghana he had to creatively modelled some of the tourist sites to help them understand the topics and appreciate the attractions in the country.

During one of his History class, he beautifully modelled the iconic Larabanga Mosque and the Jamestown Lighthouse to help the pupils have a sense of what the tourist sites look like.

He hinted in a Facebook post that models of the Flagstaff House and the Osu Castle are in the offing.

”Larabanga Mosque might be too far from me & my pupils, James town lighthouse might sound too strange to my pupils.

”Hmmm, we need to learn and know the more historical location in other to match other pupils who can easily visit these places. Thanks to my Sculpture & Graphic design masters, they gave me all I needed. I shall pass it to the young ones. Flagstaff house and Osu Castle loading,” his pos read.

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