Newest addition to the Pacific in Union pilot group of schools, Kopkop College in Port Moresby, has expressed much interest in taking up the fast-spreading program.
On the road to kick starting the program, Pacific in Union Officer, Kapani Robert, presented equipment to the school body.
Kopkop College is one of the many schools within the Nation’s capital, to request and put in their expression of interest to have the PiU program implemented throughout their school.
Primary Physical Education Coordinator, Isaiah Senau, is excited to have the PiU program in their school, as it provides a good opportunity engaging kids in sporting activities.
There has been a number of delays in kick starting the program for 2014, given the schools lack of equipment and non-availability of playing fields. Despite this, Secondary PE Coordinator, Jeffrey Maruse says this is a wonderful opportunity for promoting not only healthy, active lifestyles, but a happy classroom within the school environment.
Other teachers also expressed their interest, saying the program would be a fantastic way of teaching the kids how to follow active lifestyles, not only through physical activity, but also through good eating habits.
Kopkop College will be joining the NCD Rugby Interschool’s competition later in term 3, if all goes successful with the implementation of the program.
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