ARTICLES ON THE ARROW PROGRAMME
Angostura, Arrow to boost literacy in Laventille
Saturday, June 3 2017 (Newsday)
TEACHERS of the Success Roman Catholic (RC) School of Laventille will benefit from the Arrow Intervention Programme through the support of the House of Angostura Ltd.
The teachers are being trained to run the Arrow (Aural, Read, Respond, Oral, Write) programme in the school with full support from the Arrow Foundation. This process allows the entire school population access to the powerful literacy intervention programme and is in support of the Laventille School Project launched by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley late last year.
“Angostura Ltd is again at the forefront of supporting schools and children in the Laventille and environs, and see this partnership as crucial to the development of young people in the area,” Giselle Laronde- West, Angostura’s senior manager Hospitality and Communications, said in a media release.
RBC supports training in ARROW methods to St. Phillip’s teachers
Tuesday, July 12, 2016:
STUDENTS of St. Phillips's Government Primary School, of Old St Joseph Road, Laventille, who need remedial teaching to achieve their academic potential, will now enjoy the benefits of the specialised skills as three of their teachers have completed training in the acclaimed Arrow teaching methods.
Teachers Tracy Jo Ali, Cleshia Philip and Marcia-Ann Riley were congratulated by representatives of RBC Royal Bank Trinidad and Tobago on successful completion of the training at the school on Thursday.
The teacher training is the second phase of an ongoing partnership between the Royal Bank Education Foundation and the ARROW Foundation and its specialised teaching initiative with the student population and teaching staff of St Phillip's. The first component of the programme was completed in March when 20 students celebrated their successful completion of the ARROW study programme.
Helping pupils shoot ahead
Published on Mar 7, 2016 (Guardian)
A renewed passion for learning has been infused into 20 pupils from St Phillip's Government Primary School in Port of Spain, who celebrated their successful completion of the ARROW training programme with a graduation ceremony held at their school on Tuesday.
According to Standard Five pupil Kadisha Williams, who delivered a moving valedictory speech, taking part in the training was a really wonderful experience.
“I enjoyed using the computer and hearing my own voice to learn. The ARROW programme was fun and interactive and the tutors and teachers really helped us. I am grateful to RBC and ARROW for giving us this chance to learn and improve. I feel more confident that when I write SEA this year, I will pass for my first choice. I wish that every child who needs an extra boost could get to use the ARROW programme,” said an ecstatic Kadisha.