Tobago, Charlotteville Methodist and Speyside Anglican, have been given a new lease on learning with the successful completion of their Arrow training marked by a graduation ceremony held in Charlotteville last week.
Launched in September 2012 by sponsors BP Trinidad and Tobago, (bpTT), in collaboration with the Arrow Foundation, the programme focused on remedial work in reading and spelling, and assisted students to overcome academic challenges by transforming their entire approach to learning, a release from bpTT said.
Speyside Anglican’s Standard Five student, Nyrel Denoon, was honoured as one of the most improved students at the graduation. “I was having problems with my school work, but the training helped me to improve my reading, spelling and writing. I am doing much better in class now and I am sure I will do very well in the SEA exams next year. I’m happy I got this chance to improve and I hope other students will benefit from this wonderful learning experience,” an enthusiastic Nyrel explained.