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Transforming Lives One Wave at a Time

Trinity Yard School is transforming lives not only with their holistic educational programs but through surfing. Surfing has been part of the daily life at Trinity Yard for the past 20 years. The art of riding waves and learning to read the movements of the ocean has caught the interest of our students and village youth throughout the years. It

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Our Farm

Trinity Yard School’s Farm Project: Fostering Sustainability and Empowering Communities

Fostering sustainability must be at the forefront of our efforts to create healthy communities and maintain healthy ecological systems worldwide. In a world increasingly concerned about environmental degradation and the need for a more sustainable future, Trinity Yard School (TYS) is at the forefront of fostering sustainability and empowering communities in West Africa. Our onsite farm plays a pivotal role

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Culture

Handmade African Batik School Uniforms at Trinity Yard School

In the heart of Ghana, Trinity Yard School is preserving the rich tradition of African Batik by empowering students to design and create their own batik uniforms. This hands-on learning opportunity has captivated students since 2018, empowering them to design and create their own batik uniforms, a testament to their creativity, cultural appreciation, and the legacy of traditional Ghanaian craftsmanship.

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Managing weeds on the Sustainable Farm
Our Farm

NURTURING SELF-SUFFICIENCY: Trinity Yard School’s Innovative Permaculture Initiative for NGO Schools

In an increasingly resource-constrained world, Trinity Yard School is pioneering a groundbreaking approach to sustainability that is not only nurturing self-sufficiency among its students but also setting an example for NGO schools worldwide. This transformative program, known as the Permaculture Initiative for NGO Schools, is seamlessly integrating agriculture into the curriculum, empowering students to become stewards of the land and

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Culture

Drum Skinning Workshop

We have been honored by our dear friend and master drummer Joe coming to teach a workshop on skinning drums. He came from very far, all the way from Volta region to show our students how to repair drums by stretching new goat skins on them and tuning them with rope and pegs. he also showed up his virtuoso drumming

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Our Farm

Cassava Harvest

Green Day is my favorite day at TYS! This is when we learn about methods of sustainable agriculture, recycling and waste management outside the classroom. Recently we have been harvesting cassava from our farm land and turning it into garri. Garri is a starch extracted from cassava root which is one of our staple foods here in Ghana.

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