COLONIAL STUDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN: STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF LONDON INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1946
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Mr J A Ankrah, from Accra, Gold Coast, helps children to mix their paints during a 'general activities' class at Marlborough Infants School, Isleworth. One boy is painting a picture of a sailing ship. According to the original caption, Mr Ankrah was a student at Achimota College and won the Gold Coast Teacher's Certificate. During the war, he was seconded to the Department of Information in Accra and is "particularly interested in schools broadcasting". He is taking a special course in Infant-Junior work at the Institute.