Who's the Best Worm in Town?

Nov 3, 2016

Are you a voracious reader? Are you looking out for ways and means to indulge in some time for reading? Are you a book worm and are willing to take up a challenge? Then ARIS has some exciting news for you.  We ar...

JHS Model United Nations Conference: ARIS Takes Overall Winning School!

Oct 25, 2016

On 24 October, UN Day, Life Link hosts the JHSMUN Conference, The Life-Link Model UN programs have been endorsed by the United Nations office in Ghana and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as good avenues that provide unde...

Interview with ARIS Principal, Dr. Fatma Odaymat

Oct 21, 2016

Fatma Odaymat is a Medical Doctor and Public Health Practitioner by profession, with extensive experience in managing projects and programmes dealing with women and children. For more than 15 years she has been involved...

Splish Splash Water Play!

Oct 14, 2016

EYP Water Day fostered the pupils learning in all development areas. Dressed in their rain gear the wild water fun began. The water play dipped into math and science concepts and strengthened their physical and social sk...

Rainbow Day

Oct 14, 2016

EYP Climaxes their colour themed days with a rainbow celebration. The children and staff in the Foundation Stage came to school dressed multi coloured clothing. The aim of the celebration is to reinforce the children's u...

Biology by the Sandy Shores, Accra Beach Ecosystems

Oct 14, 2016

The Year 12 & 13 Biology and ESS students traveled to the beaches in Accra to discover the effect of human activity on the ecosystem. 

PYP Yellow Day

Oct 13, 2016

EYP celebrates Yellow Day. Once again the Foundation children and staff came to school dressed in different shades of yellow. The children engaged in a variety of activities focusing on the colour yellow. The aim of Yell...

Baby's Day Out

Oct 11, 2016

Playgroup pupils held hands as they eagerly loaded the bus, headed to the ARIS Secondary Campus. The Unit, My School, took the pupils on a fun outing to the secondary campus. The kids interacted with the secondary studen...