Merry Christmas to You and a Happy New Year
As part of activities to mark Reformation Week, Trinity Lutheran School will be holding a joint Reformation Health Walk on Saturday, 1st November, 2014.
As well as this Walk being aimed at imbibing in our pupils the importance of physical exercise in their development and general well being, it is also a platform for us to sensitise them on the need to make a change in their generation as Martin Luther King, our Founder did in his. The walk is therefore under the theme: Be the Change You Want To See!
Our pupils are very excited to participate in the Walk, however, the event will be incomplete without you, our Cherished Parents and Guardians, so please come along and let's Walk for Change!
Kindly find below the details:
- Venue: Trinity Lutheran School
- Arrival: 6 am
- Roll Call: 6:15 am
- Attire: Thursday Wear
- Departure: 1:30 pm
Parents and Pupils are encouraged to come along with bottled water, snacks and fruits for the Walk. There will also be light refreshment after the event and plenty of music too.
Let's see you there, Mum and Dad, it'll make our day.
Welcome to the 2014 – 2015 school year! Our commitment at Trinity Lutheran School is to provide a safe, positive, intellectual learning environment that will empower students to become creative problem solvers, critical thinkers, and inspired learners prepared for high school, college, and life in the twenty-first century.
As we enter the 2014/15 academic year, we would like to continue setting high expectations for our students in regards to academic performance within the classroom, participation in co-curricular activities as well as responsible citizenship at school and in the community. We are asking each student to make a commitment by being active participants in their learning and acting responsibly as an individual within our learning community. Doing so will enable all to have a successful and enjoyable school year.
Our staff have participated and taught how to use Google Applications to plan their lessons to allow for more real time collaboration with their students and increase their 21st century learning experiences.
It is an exciting time, but it can also be challenging with the increase in workloads and the social adjustment to being on a larger campus and having multiple teachers through the course of the day. We encourage you to do the following so you can be successful in your transition and time in the coming terms:
- Communicate with others in a respectful and meaningful way.
- Pose questions, examine possibilities, and challenge yourself to find ...
Fires can and do happen just about anywhere. The goal of this Fire Safety Training was to provide a knowledgeable understanding on the origins of fires, sources of fires, how to protect yourself and how to prevent fires from occurring. This Fire Safety Training course gave a good understanding of fire safety, including an understanding of the variety of elements that can come together to make a fire, including static and electrical discharges, friction, vapor pressure, chain reactions, and flash points. This is important because if you can understand the many different ways a fire or explosion can occur, and have the knowledge to mitigate these circumstances, this will go a long way in creating a safer work environment for you and those around you.
EBOLA PREPAREDNESS PLAN FOR TRNTITY LUTHERAN SCHOOL
Ghana has had no confirmed case of Ebola at present, with the Ghana Health Service(GHS) and various stake holders putting in place measures to ensure the country’s preparedness in case of an outbreak. In view of this, Trinity Lutheran School, following the recent meeting with the GHS and the MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, is putting in place contingency measures to monitor and respond in case of any suspected Ebola case.
Genera information to the entire Lutheran School community; There would be bulletins and educational materials made available to both staff and students informing them of the current Ebola outbreak and general education on Ebola Viral Disease, signs and symptoms and protocols to follow in case of any suspected fever or related illness to rule out EVD.
2.1 SYMPTOMS OF EBOLA
The symptoms of EVD typically include
- Fever ( body temperatures greater than 38.6 C OR 101.5 F)
- SEVERE HEADACHE
- MUSCLE PAIN
- Weakness Diarrhoea
- Abdominal (stomach) pain
- Lack of appetite
Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to Ebola virus, although 8 to 10 days is most common
3.0 HOW EBOLA IS SPREAD,
The virus is spread through direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with blood and body fluids (urine, faeces, saliva, vomit and semen) of a person who is sick with Ebola, or with objects like (needles) that have been used or contaminated with ...Read the rest of this topic
The Management of Trinity Lutheran School-Tema, announces for the information of the general public that it has vacancies in the following departments of the School:
a. Pre-School( Nursery 1, Nursery 2, KG 1 & KG2)
b. Primary(Basic 1 to 6)
c. JHS (1 &2).....there is currently no vacancy in JHS3
We encourage our cherished parents, guardians and all residents in and around Tema to enroll their wards in the best basic school within the Tema Metropolis!
Meanwhile, school shall reopen for the 2014/2015 Academic Year on Wednesday, September 3, 2014.
Please pick a form in the school's reception or visit our website at www.lutheranschoolsghana.com to download an application form, fill and thereafter submit to the school's PRO.
For further information, please call any of the following numbers:
0501336227............Supervisor of Studies