Greenpath Primary Newsletter

October 2022 Edition

Great leadership has more to do with character, courage, and conviction than it does with specific skills or competencies.
Leadership skills are amongst the numerous soft skills being instilled in young learners in the 21st Century. It is important for students to experience leadership opportuinities during their schooling, to learn the art of building relationships within teams, defining identities, and achieving tasks effectively. It also provides an opportunity to learn to identify and display effective communication and interpersonal skills. That's why we (at Greenpath Preparatory School) build our school events around activities that will promote leadership skills and other relevant soft skills.



Continuous Assessment Test (CAT)

Our first continuous assessment tests were taken in the month of October. College students put in a lot of effort and produced brilliant results as they look forward to making the honour roll at the end of the term..

Parent Teacher Conference (PTC)

Teachers meet with each student's parents to discuss academic growth and progress based on classroom observations, test results, assessments, portfolios, and assignments; to learn from parents about their children's strengths, needs, behaviors, and learning preferences; and to talk about enrichment or intervention strategies to support students' learning. We had a fruitful PTC and are eager to put every tactic to use to bring out the best in our students.


Stay informed of the security situation around you. (This includes local and national information)

Avoid attracting attention.

Whether you're at home or the office, restricting entry into your space is one of the best ways to ensure you're safe.

A little planning for the day will help you save time when making emergency decisions.

Put the knowledge you have to use by staying alert.

Finally, if you see something; say something! (Report to the appropriate authority)