School kids in Sokabiisi Primary School, Bolgatanga, in the Upper East Region study on the bare floor over lack of furniture.

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The pupils, according to a report by Accra-based Citi FM, are forced to use wood slaps as tables, and they either lie on their bellies or sit on the bare floor to write.

Nursery kids also sit on mats under a Baobab tree for lessons, the report adds.

Sokabiisi Primary School is a six-unit classroom block and has a 257 student population.

Pictures from the report show the pupils dressed in the school uniforms and sitting on the bare floor in their classrooms.

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The pupils and the school's authorities have appealed to the government and the general public for support.