Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself.
When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.
Let's Grow Together.
Teaching the children to think outside the box was something that worked well.
The use of different strategies of ‘games’ helped.
Generally a good program that may help weak students who actually have an interest in learning.
Teachers of St. Joseph Secondary School
St. Joseph, Trinidad & Tobago
Connecting the Dots – Attitudes to Outcomes
The Connect the Dots Programme was wonderful. It allowed me to share my feelings and this was most important to me. The games used and all other activities were good and I learnt many things.
Because I decided to change my attitude at home, my father noticed and now brother now helps in the chores at home. Due to the session on Attitude Towards School, I now get straight A’s at school.
Participant, 14 years old
"Make me think before I carry out my actions as well as understand the importance of certain values."
"Can help me in a lot of ways such as time management and help me understand myself a lot more."
"It allows me to see my future clearly and allowed me to plan and prepare myself in order to attain my goals."
Lower Sixth Form Students
First Day Reflections: On The Job Training Programme
‘It was quite a memorable experience indeed. I did not expect that I would have absorbed so much life- changing information’.
'I felt I was awakened to myself once again. I look forward to this life skills programme'.
River Lime Game to Encourage Learning
“The Education system needs to be transformed, and so teaching methods must be changed to keep up with the changing times in order to keep students interested in learning.” This was according to the Honorable Minister in the Ministry of Education, Mr. Clifton De Couteau, as he addressed the launch of the River Lime Educational game at the University of Trinidad and Tobago.
September 26th, 2011
River Lime Game Changes Classroom Culture
The joint initiative of the Delegation of the European Union and the National Parent Teacher Associations has certainly enhanced public awareness and knowledge of the environment in a participatory manner and has contributed to a very positive classroom climate in schools.