Gordon International School

Gordon International students exhibit science innovations

Their innovative projects range from technological inventions and models of 22nd century boats, creative ideas surrounding renewable energy for sustainable development.

From the knowledge on how to save energy, the students have created innovative products that contribute globally to sustainable development.

The students in Grades 1 and 2 based their creative ideas on how to conserve the environment.

The Grades 3 and 4 looked into the future and designed boats for the 22nd century and renewable energy inventions like solar power and wind turbines.

Gordon International to host science and technology fair

The students will give a series of inspiring explanations in this exploration of cutting edge science and technology exhibition.

The parents and guardians have been invited to attend and meet the young to be scientists, discover something new and have fun with hands on activities.

Deputy principal Alice Naime said the exhibition is part of their science curriculum under the topic energy. 

Gordon International students enjoy athletics carnival

Despite the dull weather and light drizzle, the students put on an impressive performance for their teams.

They showcased their athletic skills and talent in running the 50m, 100m and 200m sprint events.

Overall, green team Kokomo did exceptionally well finishing first on 657 points, the blues Kumul finished in second place on 642, yellow team Tarangau finished third on 623 followed by red team Muruks on 618.

Physical Education teacher Alex Rangrang said the day was a success and the students performed well despite most running over two races each. 

Gordon International students achieve academic excellence

They are  10-year-old Mapule Popu from Manus Province, 14-year-old Heni Dia Guba from Hanuabada, NCD and 15-year-old Barry Mangipu from East New Britain and Southern Highlands Province.

The three students scored over 90 out of 100 marks in the English subject exams of the system test.

The testing is held every year for all IEA schools in PNG since 2014.

This symbolises the PNG IEA students’ achievements within the international body.