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Teamwork School successfully defended the title as High School Athletic Champions at the JISA-CPJ Invitational Friendship


On Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Teamwork School participated in and successfully defended their title as high school champions at the 2nd staging of the Jamaica Independent Schools Association/Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited (JISA-CPJ) Western Invitational Friendship Meet.  The staging of the meet was more than a display of talents and abilities but one used to impart values…

JISA-CPJ Invitational Meet 2013


The Jamaica Independent Schools Association (JISA) will be hosting its first ever ahletics meet for prep schools and we will be there! Come out and support us on June 13, 2013 at the Catherine Hall Stadium. It’s a special event as the last meet for Prep Schools in the West was conducted fifteen years ago…

2012 Inter House Competition


Our inter-house competitions took place over the course of a week, except the culinary competition. The culinary competition was held on November 27, 2012 under the theme ‘Caribbean Infusion’. Each house was assigned a Caribbean country and they were asked to prepare a 3 course meal representative of a particular country, giving them the opportunity…

Inspired By Classical Music


Our kindergarten, prep and grade 7 students got quite a treat when we got a visit by Mr. Sam West, the violinist from London, of Jamaican parentage. Sam West is well known and respected within the UK music scene – especially for his work as a vocal trainer to contemporary singers. His vocal work is varied and involves coaching. Sam’s formal training began with violin lessons, in 1974 at the age of 12. He progressed quickly, culminating in a valuable period of full time study at The Royal College of Music, London. At the same time, Sam could often be found playing the piano and organ in churches, and directing church choirs. His ‘classical’ training, and gospel background, has allowed him to view music broadly, and work with a wide range of artists of various styles.


Our 2012 Outameni Experience


As part of our academic program, our 7th and 8th grade social students along with grade 12 Caribbean studies students, recently took a field trip to the Outameni Experience, a local attraction documenting the culture, history and traditions of Jamaica. About twenty of the students from Teamwork school participated with three teachers and were taken on a two hour tour highlighting the different cultural groups that came to Jamaica and helped to formed the culture we now know as our own.