LEAF International features T&T in

International Learning about Forest (LEAF) featured Trinidad & Tobago, including Tobago International Academy, in its global newsletter. Check it out! http://www.leaf.global/news/2017/10/6/leaf-trinidad-and-tobago-kicks-off Learning about Forests aims to increase knowledge about the key role forests play in sustaining life on our planet through outdoor and classroom learning. The international programme encourages students to reconnect with their woodland heritage and imbues them with a sense of ownership of their environment … Continue reading LEAF International features T&T in

Planting A Tree for Peace

On September 21 Tobago International Academy celebrated International Day of Peace with the Tobago Chapter of Junior Chamber International (JCI) and Learning About Forest (L.E.A.F) nonprofit group by planting trees in the schoolyard. Secretary of Instructure, Quarries and the Environment in the Tobago House of Assembly, Councillor Kwesi Des Vignes was on hand to lend assistance to the children as they planted a cherry tree. … Continue reading Planting A Tree for Peace

Alexis Douglas only Tobagonian finalist in CTO primary school writing competition

Alexis continues in the CTO writing competition as one of three international finalists for her category, the other finalists hailing from St Eustatius and Montserrat. In total, only 12 international finalists were selected from the 28 CTO member countries. Continue reading Alexis Douglas only Tobagonian finalist in CTO primary school writing competition

Order your uniforms online!

Now there is an easy way to order and collect your Tobago International Academy uniforms! Simply use our online order form below and make your selections. Tobago International Academy Uniform Order Form Once your uniforms items are ordered, the office will contact you with your total and arrange payment collection. UNIFORM ORDERS AND PAYMENT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED BY JULY 5TH. Continue reading Order your uniforms online!

Turning Negatives into Positives

Seeing their happy faces and hearing their cheerful chatter, you wouldn’t think the dozen children in the tidy schoolyard in Crown Point were left school-less and abandoned by their school principal just days before. On March 1, 2017, the principal of Campbell’s Preparatory School, a private primary school in Bon Accord, Tobago, unexpectedly notified the school’s parents, students and teachers via a WhatsApp message of … Continue reading Turning Negatives into Positives