Located at Okea in the Guadalcanal plains, Wings of Hope Christian School offers Early Childhood Education.
The school is the fifth under the education authority of the Church of the Nazarene. It uses the Accelerated Christian Education Approaches and Resources.
Chairman of the school Pastor Dickson Manongi said the schools just commemorated one year of providing Early Childhood Education for children in GPPOL-one.
Cutting of ribbon to officially open Wings of Hope Christian School Pastor Manongi said the school will provide children with an education that encourages them to flourish in their physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
“With this, I want to express my sincere appreciation to all parents who have prayed and supported the school from infancy to now,” Pastor Manongi said.
Headteacher for Wings of Hope Christian School Raymond Baro says it is such a joy each day to help children achieve their daily tasks and goals.
“Our approach of teaching and modeling of students is different from our secular government schools. We teach according to individual students' peace of learning. As a teacher, I see it as one of the greatest responsibilities and is a call to serve our children. It is the command from God, not just a career,” Mr. Baro said.
Ishmael Boboli on behalf of parents residing in the Kondazale area said the establishment of this school is a source of blessing for parents, children, and surrounding communities.
“We thanked God for putting this school at our doorstep. From now on we will no longer spend more money to travel far to seek education for our children. This school will help our children to grow physical, mental, and spiritual well-being,” Boboli said.
Moreover, the vision of the school is for all children ages three to ten years within the school catchment must access early quality Christian education and its mission is to provide a conducive environment for early childhood teaching, teachers must always be available to teach and children are nurtured with love utilizing preventive approaches with clear guidelines and expectations to help the child be successful.
Source – Island Sun newspaper.
I congratulate all concerned in the opening of the Wings of Hope school and hope to learn of the success of the school in relation to the students who will attend, to the teachers and to Pastor Manongi and the school’s headmaster, Rayond Boro.