From The Principal
It was only 6:30 a.m. on Monday the 25th of January when I was greeted at the Gate to the main quadrangle by the smiling face of Jerr Manguling, accompanied by his Mum, as he walked in to be our first student to arrive in School for the commencement of the 2016 school Year. Jerr, who is in 6.2 this year, has been with the School since 2011.
In the last two months, I have interviewed over 300 new students and ….
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The month of April was an activity filled month. The Years 5 & 6 visited Nature Park; the School conducted the election of the 2015 Head Boy and Head Girl; the School celebrated Easter in a Special Assembly, and the Parents collected the First Term report on Friday 10 April before the students went off for a week’s well earned break. We also had the Induction of Prefects in our second week back at school and our Guest speaker was none other than the famous Barbara Sapea, who is not only a former Olympian hurdle sprinter but also is someone who represented PNG in 3 South Pacific Games. Barbara is our Years 7, 8 & 9 Personal Development Teacher.
It was pleasing to see that our students has adorned our Notice Boards w i t h memorable Easter Celebration messages before the School went off for the Easter
Break. (I have included some of the messages on this page) It is worth mentioning
that students new to the School this year had a first hand experience in limited
preferential voting when they went to the Polls to elect the 2015 Head Boy and Head
Girl. Congratulations to Geno Pulayasi our Head Girl and Barry Bagu our Head Boy.
Port Moresby Grammar School’s Foundation Day is an annual event that celebrates the founding of this fine Institution. The School was established by the owners of the school, Mr Donald Daniels MBE and Mr Graham Bamford in 1993 in the old Burns Philp building downtown and the School relocated to this purpose-built site in Boroko in 2001.
It is an important event on the School’s calendar as it is not only a celebration of its founding, but also it is an opportunity for students to display and celebrate their traditional dance. Read more …