Primary School

Welcome to Kopkop College Primary School

Primary School is one of the most exciting and foundational periods in our young students’ lives. It is when we celebrate and explore their natural curiosity and acceptance of new ideas as we build a solid foundation of skills through our interdisciplinary, approach to learning.

Prinicpal message

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Ms Mary Udu, Principal Primary

Academic stages

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EECE

Early Childhood Care and Education

At our ECCE, daily activities establish the foundation for all future learning and give your children as early as 3 years old the opportunity to safely explore the world around them. When it’s finally time to move on, ECCE students begin Primary School with a great sense of resourcefulness and independence, thanks to their blossoming great start at our ECCE and their increased confidence and self-esteem.

  •   Literacy
  •   Reading
  •   Writing
  •   Pre-drawing
  •   Spelling
  • Numeracy
  • Addition
  • Counting
  • Number Pictures
  • Colours
  • Shapes
  • Number Patterns
  • Number words
  •  Weather
  •   Plants
  •   Animals
  •   Pre-drawing
  •   Culture
  •   Dressing
  •    Singing
  • Hygiene
  • Nutrition
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Junior school

Pre-prep and Prep

At our Junior School our aim is to give your child the best possible start on their educational journey. We believe that by providing a balance between child-initiated and adult-led activities, we offer a curriculum that meets the individual needs and interests of the children. We believe in the power of collaborative learning and the benefits of tailoring lessons to different learning styles.

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking and Listening
  • Phonics
  • Spelling
  • Drawing
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Weather
  • Plants
  • Animals
  • Solar system
  • Culture
  • Dressing
  • Singing
  • Hygiene
  • Nutrition
  • Safety
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Middle School

Grades 1, 2, and 3
 
Our students are:
  • Curious about the world they live in – our teachers support students to ask questions about what they learn in class
  • Keen readers and thinkers – our courses are based on children’s literature.  Our teachers challenge our learners to think about the themes and characters of the books they borrow every week
  • Confident communicators – we help our students to value and refine their ideas and articulate them fluently both verbally and in their writing
  • Team players – our teachers encourage students to actively contribute to group work in order to successfully complete rigorous classroom tasks
  • Reflective learners – in our supportive classroom environments, students see error not as failure but the road to improvement and a vital stepping stone to academic success
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking and Listening
  • Phonics
  • Genre
  • Grammar
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Numbers and Place value
  • Fractions
  • Shapes
  • Measurement
  • Graphs and  Tables
  • Time
  • Area
  • Volume and Capacity
  • Angles and Directions
  • Patterns
  • Probability and sets
  • Plants and Animals
  • Changes in the environment
  • Managing Resources
  • Links in the environment
  • Managing Waste
  • Community
  • Trading
  • Culture
  • Growing up
  • Personal Health
  • Nutrition
  • Harmful Substances
  • Safety and First Aid
  • Health services
  • Healthy Environment
  • Music
  • Dance and drama
  • Craft
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Senior School

Grades 4, 5 and 6

Here, its all about getting them ready for Secondary School. Our curriculum gives students the skills and knowledge they will need for the transition into Secondary School and their further education, as well as making a strong and positive contribution to society. 

In the class room our teachers use dynamic marking which happens live and provides students with instant feedback on areas of work to focus on. Our teachers are continuously assessing and tracking individual progress, ensuring that learning in personalized and opportunities are not missed. It is important for us that our students are able to think globally, work well in groups and be confident enough to take their own path where necessary.  Outdoor learning is also considered vital to our students’ development and children spend considerable time outside, rain or shine, each day.

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking and Listening
  • Genre
  • Grammar
  • Numbers
  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Percentages
  • Ratio
  • Indices
  • Directed Numbers
  • Volume and Capacity
  • Graphs and Tables
  • Probability and Sets
  • Working Scientifically
  • Substances
  • Science in the Home
  • Space Exploration
  • Managing Resources
  • Better Living
  • Community Development
  • Environment and Resources
  • Organisation
  • Culture
  • Integrating Projects
  • Relationships
  • Movement and Physical Activity
  • Our Culture, Lifestyle and Values
  • Health of Individuals and Populations
  • Living and Working Together
  • Music
  • Dance and drama
  • craft

our Prefects

Each Head of School develops the curriculum content for all Primary School subjects.

Nathaniel Be

Nathaniel Be

Prefect 

Annette Kora

Annette Kora

Prefect 

Marai Bitu

Marai Bitu

Prefect 

Jamaal Silau

Jamaal Silau

Prefect 

Clarence Ame

Clarence Ame

Prefect 

Jacobeth Rara

Jacobeth Rara

Prefect 

Kinsford Wambea

Kinsford Wambea

Prefect

Rupert Rapese

Rupert Rapese

Prefect

Jeromati Olemau

Jeromati Olemau

Prefect 

Travailah Lulue

Travailla Lulue

Prefect 

Grace Mapiso

Grace Mapiso

Prefect 

Irai Faith Pobe

Irai Faith Pobe

Prefect 

Blake Kopana

Blake Kopana

Prefect 

Riatha Buskens

Riatha Buskens

Prefect

Grace Vinau

Grace Vinau

Prefect

Meet Our Head of School

Each Head of School develops the curriculum content for all Primary School subjects.

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Antonio Romano

Head of ECCE

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Winifred Lilivo

Head of Junior School

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Isaiah Senau

Head of Middle School 

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Diana Pasi

Head of Senior School