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Kopkop College Early Childhood Care and Education

The Early Childhood Curriculum aims to:

  • Foster positive relationships between staff and children by practicing active listening techniques, maintaining eye contact and role modeling positive interactions
  • Enable students to develop an understanding of and respect for local cultural values and traditions
  • develop an integrated approach to teaching basic skills in English and mathematics which will prepare students to continue into primary school level
  • equip students with knowledge, skills and attitudes for effective communication, and and social and spiritual development.
  • Prepare children for later schooling, through learning beyond traditional academic subjects and applying methods that promote independence, curiosity, decision making, cooperation, persistence, creativity, and problem solving.

Increased Confidence and Self-esteem:

At our Daycare, 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.

Language, Mathematics, Environmental Science, PNG Culture and Health lessons allow the children to think critically, act, question, reflect and imagine.

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.

Phonics and Reading

  • At Kopkop College, Phonics teaching is an important element of the curriculum for all children who are at this stage of learning. A variety of materials must be used with Letters and Sounds providing a core scheme in the Day Care and Preparatory Stages. The school encourages the use of book bands to provide a broad range of reading materials for individual pupils in the early stages of reading.  Regular guided reading sessions for all pupils throughout the grades in primary school will develop reading skills and provide an opportunity to share, discuss and enjoy books.

    Day Care at Kopkop College is made up of students age between 2 – 3 years old.  They learn a range of subjects that effectively prepares them for the Preparatory Beginners Class.  Day Care students also have extracurricular activities throughout the year.  Subject studied in Day Care include:

ECCE _DAY CARE

Language

  1. Phonics (Oral Learning) Sounds A – Z
  2. Alphabet Letters
  3. Write the alphabet letters
  • Capital letters
  • Small letters

Mathematics

  1. Numbers – Counting 0 – 20
  2. Recognize, write numbers
  3. Spell number words
  4. Match number words to Number/Picture

Environmental Science

  1. Weather Patterns
  2. Living Things / Non Living Things
  3. Drawing
  4. Five Senses
  5. Solar System

PNG Culture

  1. Identifying Needs and Wants
  2. Traditional/Modern Dances and Instruments
  3. Important Places in the Community, example: Hospital, School, Police Station, Church, etc

Health

  1. Hygiene Practices
  2. Food and Nutrition
  3. Safety

 

 

 

Student’s progress is assessed through:

  •  Teacher – Student Conferencing
  • Drawings
  • Cut and Paste

A 15 marks per term, 30 marks per semester

60 marks per year is collected to assess student’s progressr is collected to assess student’s progress

 

ECCE _PRE PREP

Language

  1. Phonics (Oral Learning) Sounds A – Z
  2. Reading
  3. Pre-Writing
  4. Pre Drawing
  5. Independent Writing

Mathematics

  1. Numbers – Counting 0 – 30
  2. Counting
  3. Matching
  4. Drawing
  5. Number Words

Environmental Science

  1. Weather Patterns
  2. Living Things / Non Living Things
  3. Five Senses
  4. Solar System

 

PNG Culture

  1. Practical Culture
  2. Attire
  3. Different Instruments
  4. Important Places in the Community, example: Hospital, School, Police Station, Church, etc

Health

  1. Hygiene Practices
  2. Food and Nutrition
  3. Safety

Student’s progress is assessed through:

  • Teacher – Student Conferencing
  • Drawings
  • Cut and Paste

 

25 marks per term, 50 marks per semester and 100 marks per year makes up the student assessment in

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.

Day Care at Kopkop College is made up of students age between 2 – 3 years old.  They learn a range of subjects that effectively prepares them for the Preparatory Beginners Class.  Day Care students also have extracurricular activities throughout the year.  Subject studied in Day Care include:

Here’s the current academic subjects being taught to our Early Learners.

ECCE Academic Subjects

  • Literacy
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Pre-drawing
  • Spelling
  • Pre-drawing
  • Culture
  • Dressing
  • Singing

Numeracy

Addition

Counting

Number Pictures

Colours

Shapes

Number Patterns

Number words

  • Hygiene
  • Nutrition
  • Weather
  • Plants
  • Animals

Your Future Starts Here.

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Location

Port Moresby Campus
Modiki Drive, Gerehu Stage 2

Kavieng Campus
NIP, Nusa Parade

Our hours

8:00 AM – 4.30 PM
Monday – Friday

8:00 AM – 4.30 PM
Monday – Friday

Contact us

Phone: 326 1822 / 326 2839
Email: admin@kopkopcollege.ac.pg

Phone: 984 2922  / 7959 5694
Email: kopcol.kav@gmail.com