MYP Community Project: One Bite Zero Hunger

Acadia Miles-Darko, Tiffany Forson, Malick Cisse and Kevin Owusu-Afriyie are the initiators of One Bite Zero Hunger Community Project. With the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No 2 at the back of their minds, they wish to contribute their quota to make their community a better place. According to the UN, SDG No2 is designed…

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Enhancing disciplinary and interdisciplinary ways of knowing

How do we communicate? Do we have to always buy our gas? How do I change my style of writing to support my message? Can I measure happiness? The IB way of learning states that there are several different ways to arrive at an answer. For each method used there will be advantages and disadvantages.…

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TaekwanDO it – Community Project

The Community Project allows student to take their learning outside the four walls of the classroom and learn to become responsible citizens of the community around them and beyond. One of the community Projects by Grade 8 students titled, “TaekwonDO it”, initiated by Eugene Cobbinah, Winston Mwindare & Emmanuel Essel is one such authentic learning.…

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TIS wins the 2019 World GIS Day Inter-Schools Project Competition

The Individuals and Societies Department honoured an invitation to celebrate this year’s World Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day. The program was organised by AccuGeospatial, an Esri Business Partner and hosted by SOSHGIC in Tema on Wednesday, 13 November 2019. The day was celebrated with the theme, GIS: An Essential Tool for Critical Thinking. As part…

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A Stunning Performance!

Brilliant in its simplicity, entertaining, and a showcase of known and new talent. Ebenezer finally gets the credit he has earnt over the past few years by ensuring a calm and smooth performance that was appreciated thoroughly by the audience on each night. Every year there are surprises by performers that you may never foresee…

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TIS Interact Club’s Efforts are Celebrate at The Angel Ball

Rotary International Ghana, has nicknamed the Interact Club of TIS as the most Promising Club and indeed the club is living up to standards. As shared over the past months, the Club raised GHC58, 734 to support LittleBigSoulsGhana Foundation, who are concerned with Premature Babies and Maternal issues in Ghana. Through tally cards, food sales…

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TIS Spatial Thinking (SpaT) campaign by ACCU Geospatial

Spatial Thinking (SpaT) Campaign is a program that has been instituted by AccuGeospatial, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility. This program targets students in second-cycle institutions with the aim of equipping them with spatial thinking skills, as well as creating awareness of the use of geospatial tools and platforms. This can be achieved by…

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Parents’ Information Day – MYP5

Parent’s information day last Friday at TIS hosted record numbers of parents and guardians who took time out of their busy schedules to come into school and find out more about the completion of MYP, its assessments and requirements and the IB MYP Certificate. Parents were given a chance to try the MYP onscreen assessments…

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Spatial Thinking (SpaT) Project

The Individuals and Societies department is excited to host a Spatial Thinking Project with MYP Geography students. This project aims to equip students with analytical and reasoning skills using place specific data. As part of the project students will have the practical and hands-on exposure to field data collection using smart forms on smart devices,…

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Educate them Young – Community Project

The initiators of Educate them Young Community Project had a fulfilled day on 11 September. They were all smiles when they visited their beneficiary of their project at Calvary Presby to cater for her textbooks, uniform, feeding fee and tuition fee. The goal of the group is to convince or lobby people in high places…

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