Dear Parent

Just In Time

I have advised during the week:

  • DP students now have access to SmartPrep which should be a valuable resource, especially for G12 students;
  • Kognity has just released its IGCSE Maths textbook which G10 students can now access.

Havana Night

An annual students’ entertainment activity is the annual ball, “Havana Night” on 13 April.  The following information is provided for parents and students so they are aware of costs, if students wish to participate.

 Dress Code: 

– Semi-Formal

–  All white clothing

–  White jeans are the only colour of jeans allowed for girls

VIP Section:

– GHC 60 will be paid to acquire VIP placement

– Only six slots available

– Includes: One bottle of non-alcoholic champagne, customised and casual lounge setting, free full meal including drinks.

Food:

– Finger foods will be provided for free

– Full meals will be sold at GHC 25

– Vendors will be available for those who are not interested in meals.

 Entry:

There is free entry to the event for all students.

2019 ALAMAU Conference

Overview – Kendric Effah- Gyan

Why a vision?

Africa is stereotyped as inferior in our world today and we ask ourselves, why?

Is it our lack of Pan-Africanism? Our dependency ratio? Or our own ignorance?

The stimulus for formulating a vision for Africa was provided by prestigious delegates, using passed resolutions and action plans from the 2019 ALAMAU conference. In light of this, the delegation of Tema International School showed an outstanding exhibition of maturity and passion for Leveraging Africa’s progress for sustained growth. This was evident when Chisolum Anyaehie (Grade 11) and Kendric Effah- Gyan (Grade 11-Head of Council) were chosen to be among the key presenters in a simulated Assembly of Heads of State meeting with all 54 African presidents of which John Quartey (Grade 11-Anthony hostel prefect) was president of South Africa, along side their numerous advisors, after two days of heated debated caucuses.

Presidents questioned arguments given by presenters but they stood their ground and delivered their justifications for the resolutions they were presenting. As a result, a number of awards were attained from the delegation of Tema International School consisting of superlative and official awards.

 

Formal Awards

Passion for Africa Award for the Executive Council: Kendric Effah-Gyan

Passion for Africa Award for the specialized technical committee on education: Chisolum Anyaehie

Honourable Mention: Chelsea Bada

 

Formal Recognitions

President of South Africa: John Quartey

 Honourable presenter for the specialized technical committee on education: Chisolum Anyaehie

Honourable presenter for the Executive Council: Kendric Effah-Gyan

 

Superlative Awards

Most likely to become a president: Chelsea Bada

Most likely to date another delegate: John Adjei

Most likely to steal your girl: Kendric Effah-Gyan

Enjoy your weekend