COLONIAL STUDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN: STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF LONDON INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1946
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Mr J G Anquandah from Accra, Gold Coast, tells a story to a group of 5 year olds at Marlborough Infants School in Isleworth, as part of his training at the Institute of Education. The rest of the class can be seen, continuing with their work at desks behind them. According to the original caption, Mr Anquandah was a student at the Accra Government Training College, and won the Gold Coast Teacher's Certificate. He was headmaster of a large infant school in Accra and is taking a special course in Infant-Junior work at the Institute.