Monday, January 9, 2012

Thanks to Methanex Trinidad Limited the A.R.R.O.W Literacy Programme has finally been implemented in a secondary school in Tobago.

This was the first time that the Leading UK based, Multi-sensory intervention Programme has been used in a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. In the past, only primary schools have been benefiting from the programme and its fast result benefits.
15 students from the Goodwood Secondary School in Tobago received the A.R.R.O.W intervention programme which was a total success. The 15 children were sponsored by Methanex Trinidad Limited and most of them had tremendous improvements in both their reading and spelling ages. Some students achieved reading increases as high as 15 months after just eight hours on the programme, and improvements in their self esteem and motivation were also noticed.

This Programme culminates with A.R.R.O.W’s presence in Tobago and it’s on going commitment to ensure that all children in Tobago get the opportunity to improve in their literacy and skills. A.R.R.O.W

Both Goodwood High school and The A.R.R.O.W Foundation would like to thank the Sponsors for this wonderful opportunity to have A.R.R.O.W implemented into the school.

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