Kevin Owusu-Afriyie (MYP 5) manufactures an electric off-road vehicle

Every student in MYP is required to carry out a Personal Project in their final year. The Personal Project provides an opportunity for students to undertake an independent and age-appropriate exploration into an area of personal interest. Through the process of inquiry, action and reflection, students are encouraged to demonstrate and strengthen their ATL skills.…

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Community Project: Biblotheque Saint -Jean

As you may know, every year the Middle Years Programme requires MYP3 students (Grade 8) to come up with ideas for a community project in groups. For our project we are refurbishing a library at St. John’s Academy at Ashaiman, Lebanon. During our time of being at home and at school, we were able to…

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Service as Action – Autism Awareness by Nissi Ardy

During the break, Nissi Arday, G10, undertook a service experience by raising Autism Awareness in collaboration with HopeSetters Autism Center. During the festive season, she thought about persons living with Autism who may not even realize it’s that celebratory time of the year. Her goal, therefore, is to create awareness and educate people on Autism…

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Interact Christmas Donation

Will it be Beneficial to all concerned? Is it fair to all concerned? Yes, it is! We Interactors channel our commitment to service during the festive season through Community Service. As a team, we find ways to improve the quality of life for people in our communities. On 16th December, The Interact Club of Tema…

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Preparations Galore at TIS Primary School Campus

New year, new semester and new goals mean preparations aplenty. This has been the recipe for success and a pace-setting strategy for learners. The PYP and MYP Educators established their understanding of the IB continuum with a workshop to prepare students to be concept-driven learners. The preparation saw collegial and collaborative efforts among teachers to…

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Developing Effective Learning Spaces

3Learning transcends boundaries and happens in unimaginable ways. For this reason, a school environment needs a design that will allow students to explore ideas and concepts in a variety of means best suited to the learner. The school environment needs to be engaging to allow for effective learning inside and outside the classroom. A learning…

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Newbie Sports Day Event

As the newbies first set foot in TIS for this new academic year, it was our duty as council executives to make them feel at home and comfortable in their new environment. To do so many means were used ranging from Ice breaker activities to a school tour. As sports prefects it was important for…

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The Joy of IB PYP at TIS Primary School

At TIS Primary School, authentic learning takes place to develop specific skills in students and make them independent learners. Students are given a voice to make a choice and have ownership of their learning. This encourages them to take appropriate action to support their learning through inquiry-based classroom activities and develop their ATL skills. Learning…

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Tema International School Partners with the Oxford Scholastica Academy

Tema International School is very pleased to announce it has become one of the first schools to become an Oxford Scholastica Partner School. Dr Darvall has arranged for the school to join a growing number of schools around the world. Oxford Scholastica‘s mission is to inspire students to discover, explore and prepare for their futures…

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TIS places 2nd in University of Dundee Competition

  At Tema International School (TIS), celebrating our students’ success stories is our greatest pride! We congratulate our team comprising Chelpang, Awurabena, Nana Yaw, and J’dyl (DP1s) for their fabulous performance at the recently held mooting competition by University of Dundee. Competing against 12 schools in 5 African countries is no mean feat. Keep up…

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DofE CORNER

This experience is one of the most memorable events I have ever engaged in, even though it didn’t start off as well as I expected with the bad weather conditions and the tiny tent. Kayaking and paintballing on the second day were amazing, as it helped me realize I could do anything I set my…

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Action at TIS Primary School

At TIS Primary School, we believe that education must extend beyond the intellectual to include socially responsible attitudes, thoughtfulness and appropriate action. An explicit expectation of the IB PYP is that successful inquiry will lead to responsible action initiated by the student due to the learning process. This action will extend the student’s learning, or…

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