Morobe Province will roll out its early childhood learning program next year to improve the learning system in elementary schools.
The education program is fully supported by the Governor who launched the program at the Gentamo Head Start School in Lae today.
Governor Saonu said it is a way forward to improve the education standards in the province.
The education reform of early childhood learning was introduced and supported by the administration of the Morobe Government in August this year.
The program was established to help children ages 4 – 10 years old.
Gentamo Head Start School in Lae is such a school that trains children under this program. Governor Saonu launched the program today during the schools graduation ceremony.
Gentamo Head Start School was established in Lae in 2013, with the early childhood learning concept by the Founder and Director, Haring Koreka.
Today (December 4), the school also graduated its pioneer students to grade 3 next year.
Students are also trained to be confident during public or stage performances. The ceremony was led by a Grade 3 student, 10-years-old Kennedy Kulunias.
Governor Saonu says early childhood learning is a way forward for the Province to help improve learning standards in elementary levels of the education system.
The School’s Principal, Serah Nakau has called on the nine local MPs of Morobe to support the program and have it rolled out in their districts to improve the students learning standards.