Free Reading, Writing and Math Web Resources
Our Librarian, Ms. Mohammed, has compiled these Math, Writing and Reading resources below. Writing and Math Web Resources No Red Ink (Grades 6 and up; ages 11 and up). No Red Ink is a website dedicated to helping students develop their grammar and writing skills. It is free to sign up and if you want premium … Continue reading Free Reading, Writing and Math Web Resources
Pink T-Shirt Day Winning Design
Congratulations to Anabel Fraites, Liam Maharaj and Tamara Siu Chong of Grade 3!
Vacation Adventures in Costa Rica
Kristin Aanensen of Grade 12 shares her experience.
Vacation Adventures in Oxford, UK
I came to the life-changing idea of choosing a career other than medicine. I liked the comfort and pride that came with becoming a doctor; when I really thought about my passion in life, it was easy to decide on Film.
In the first week of school, all students in Grade 7 were asked to bring a pre-loved novel for a class Book Exchange. Upon students’ arrival last Wednesday they received a “shopping” bag and chose from a selection of novels. The books were a mix of students’ contribution to the Book Exchange, Mrs. Fakoory’s personal … Continue reading Grade 7’s Book Exchange
Happy 25th Birthday Maple Leaf!
Twenty five years ago on September 4th 1994, Maple Leaf International School opened its doors at 7 Sweet Briar Road, St.Clair. This school was the dream of a few exceptional people who sought an alternative to the traditional educational programme offered in Trinidad and Tobago; Tessa Sutton, Barbara Bovell and Lanny Steinburg. There were 36 … Continue reading Happy 25th Birthday Maple Leaf!
Take Our Kids To Work Day
Last Thursday, March 14, was ‘Take Our Kids To Work’ day. This is an annual event at Maple Leaf which provides first-hand learning about work, and a range of career opportunities for Grade 10 students taking the Career Studies course. Students participate by job shadowing an adult at a particular place of work. ‘Take Our … Continue reading Take Our Kids To Work Day
This year, the students created King and Queen costumes based on the theme, Wildlife of Trinidad and Tobago.
Writing competition launches with Decibel Dream Big School Tour
The 13th annual edition of Maple Leaf’s writing contest kicked off on Thursday to the sound of the popular 2019 Carnival song “Famalay” whilst blue and yellow balloons cascaded from above. The contest launch featured the Decibel’s Dream Big School Tour organised by Question Mark Entertainment. Maple Leaf was treated to performances from up and … Continue reading Writing competition launches with Decibel Dream Big School Tour
Volleyball U14 Girls into the Semi Finals
The team played exceptionally well at group stage defeating Arima Central Secondary and top ranked team in North Zone, South East POS.