A Journey into my WASH (Water Sanitation and Health) Project

Inspiration for WASH Project During the first meeting with my CAS Coordinator, I was challenged to remain committed to the provision of service to my community and, at the same time, positively impact my community through my CAS initiative or project. Upon accepting this challenge, I wondered what the “perfect” CAS project would be. At…

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Fundraiser for Millicent Open Heart Surgery

The Gustoso restaurant session on Tuesday was amazing. Once again Ayeyi, Baaba and Davina were able to mobilize the school community to raise funds for Millicent. These young ladies are committed not only to reach their goal but to create opportunities for others to be involved and understand the important of given. The atmosphere at…

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IBDP1 Extended Essay Café- 23 – 24 April 2019

Students presented their research questions, chapter headings and snippets of interesting findings they may have come across in their reading. The audience, made up of students and supervisors, had the opportunity to offer comments and suggestions for improvement.   The two day program also offered an opportunity for students to learn about the different topics…

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Grade 9 science trip to Ada Songhor Salt Project

One of the importance of experiential learning is it gives students the opportunity to link the theory learnt in class to real world application. It is on this basis that Grade 9 Chemistry and Biology students from Tema International School embarked on a trip to Ada Songhor Salt Project site. Students had first-hand information of…

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CAS/Service Learning trip to Akorlikope

Preparations toward Akorlikope were wonderful and all my classmates were eager to go. Being the leader for the trip was a really good experience. Collaborating with my grade mates and assigning roles, while engaging with Pen in a Box, were splendid. The journey there was fun and on getting there I was touched on seeing the kids.…

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Theatre for Young Audience: MYP Grade 7 Drama Unit

‘We stop being creative the moment we stop playing’ The world of young adults can be messy, unruly and playful. However, within these lie an unlimited range of creativity. As rightly noted by Pablo Picasso, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” It is against…

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MYP3 Students Visit The Save Them Young Orphanage

Following their last location visit into the community, the Grade 8 class of Tema International School have been organizing their thoughts through critical thinking to come up with projects that will ensure mutual benefits. After much deliberation within their specific teams, different project ideas have been realized and approved. In order to kick start the…

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CHILD ADOLESCENT WELLBEING WORKSHOP

The Tema International School Wellbeing team is happy to announce the successful outcome of the first ever wellbeing workshop that took place at the Einstein hall, TlS, on 12 December, 2018. The one day training dubbed CHAD wellbeing workshop, gathered teachers, pastors, social workers, headmistresses, human resources persons, counselors among others from neighbouring public and…

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TIS goes for MYP authorization

On Monday and Tuesday of this week, TIS went through the authorization process to complete our bid to become an MYP school. What is the authorization process?  This is a process where by the International Baccalaureate visits a candidate school to monitor the progress which has been made since its application to become a full…

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Students’ reflections from SOS MUN Conference 2018

At the start of the conference I was a bit nervous like any first timer will be, but I challenged myself and set a goal of not being a quiet delegate. On the first day I talked more than I expected to and I’m proud of myself though sometimes I had questions to ask and…

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Grade 10 Geography trip to the Ghana Meteorological Services Authority.

The Geography students undertook a trip to the Ghana Meteorological Services Authority on 27 September, 2018. The trip enabled the students to describe and appreciate the methods of collecting and measuring meteorological data. The students were accompanied by Mr. Emmanuel Sampong and Mr. Michael Odame.   Below are reflections of the trip by some of…

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Human Rights-Friendly School (HRFS) Working Group Workshop

As part of activities to sign unto Amnesty International’s Human Rights Friendly Schools Programme in Tema International School, a one-day workshop was organised for selected staff and students. The selected staff and students constituted a working group who will be overseeing the implementation of the programme. Three resource persons facilitated the workshop and took the…

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