The Culture of children of Ghanaian origin The History of Ghana The current situation in Milton Keynes The main cultural/linguistic groups of Ghana Akan/Ashanti (Fanti/Twi) Dagbani Ewe Ga Hausa Nzema Twi A cow was grazing in a field of grass. This field was near a pond which was full of frogs. When the frogs saw him some of them exclaimed, "This fellow is extremely big." Just as they said this, one of the frogs remarked, "I can blow myself up as big as this cow." No sooner had he said it, than he began to blow himself up, and he went on blowing until he burst. Religious practices Social structure Naming systems Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Male Female Kojo Kobla Kwekwu Yaw Kofi Kwami Kwesi Ajua Abla Akua Yaa Afua Ama Esi/Akosua Rites of passage Foods Ghanaian dress Kente cloth Music and dance Art Architecture Schools Plenary How can you develop your practice for supporting Ghanaian children in your school?