Curriculum Policy

Curriculum goals

Our curriculum will ensure students:

  • Continue their growth towards meeting the national goals and directives called for in the National Constitution, the Philosophy of Education
  • Begin learning the English language in Early Childhood Education
  • value education as a continuing lifelong process
  • improve individual standards of education to be amongst the best
  • develop an understanding of Papua New Guinea’s many cultures and languages which form the foundation on which the curriculum is based
  • understand how their societies work and their place in developing Papua New Guinea and Papua New Guinea’s place in the world
  • develop a sense of identity and pride in their cultures and learn the language of their own communities which should be reinforced throughout their school experience as well as English
  • acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes important to their communities and participate and cooperate as part of a group in community activities
  • learn and develop respect for their people, cultures and communities
  • develop their intellectual, emotional, cultural, physical, creative, recreational and spiritual potential to help them to live a fulfilling and productive life in the communities in which they choose to live and serve
  • develop a knowledge and appreciation and respect for the natural environment, physical and human resources and for the need to develop these in ways that are sustainable for the benefit of all
  • develop healthy self concepts and be responsible for their actions, consider health and leisure to be an important part of life, in order to become healthy citizens of Papua New Guinea
  • understand that parenthood is a lifelong responsibility and the foundation of family and community stability and solidarity
  • learn about the importance of hard work and behave the way their society expects them
  • identify and respond to the value systems of their culture while being appreciative of and respectful of those different from their own
  • have effective communication skills, think creatively in a rational manner and develop better problem solving and decision making skills at appropriate levels
  • develop a positive sense of social awareness and respond critically to social issues
  • develop a spirit of enjoyment while appreciating, tolerating and valuing the changes taking place in the development of their own culture and that of others in their area
  • develop their own moral and ethical values and standards of personal conduct based on personal integrity, respect and consideration for others
  • appreciate their potential as well as their limitations and accept responsibility for themselves.