The 487 pupils in the school hitherto sat on the bare floor of the classrooms during contact hours and lied down to write exercises on the blackboard.
The two bodies donated the furniture following appeals made by the headmistress about inadequate furniture at the school.
Alhaji Sulemana of the Wa Municipal Assembly, who was at the school to present the furniture to authorities, encouraged both teachers and pupils to improve upon the academic performance with the supply of the furniture.
He also appealed to the school authorities to take good care of furniture to the benefit of the pupils.
Alhaji Sulemana announced that the Assembly would also supply about 1,500 dual desks to other deprived schools in the Municipality.
Madam Rosina Die, the Headmistress of the School, said the furniture would impact positively on teaching and learning and expressed gratitude to the Education Ministry and the Wa Municipal Assembly for the support.
Madam Die, however, expressed disappointment that some people were reading different meanings into her genuine appeal in the media for furniture for the school.
The Headmistress’ appeal has also prompted Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, the Vice Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party to visit the school, and he also promised to provide 500 dual desks to the school.