Greetings to you all!
I am Gabie Alvina, the Principal of IPEKA INTEGRATED Christian School for Kindergarten and Elementary level. I am grateful being involved in the education ministry at this school.
Kindergarten and Elementary are the basic and primary level for the students to be prepared going to the next level. Both levels are important since during that period, children are easily absorbing information and character trainings. Putting down a strong foundation of faith at this age is also important and beneficial. Aligned with our school mission we have the desire to educate students holistically, in every aspect of their life, academically, socially, and spiritually.
Teachers are important in educating the students. Teaching the students an aligned knowledge with the Word of God requires devoted Christian teachers. We pray that God can use us as his tools to reach out these students to Him.
Teachers and parents are hand in hand to give the best education for these students. We are aware that we are responsible to God, not to man, in doing this ministry. We expect the graduates of IPEKA INTEGRATED Christian School will have excellent academics and godly characters so that they can bring good impact to their society in the future
Soli Deo Gloria!
Gabie Alvina, S.Psi, M.Ed
Kindergarten & Elementary Principal
IICS Kindergarten uses Australia’s Early Years Learning Frameworks and the NSW Australian curriculum standards to set their outcomes and plans in order to provide early learning experiences for young students to develop in all areas of development. The outcomes and plans ensure our students to develop foundations for their future learning. Through curiosity-promoting and technology integrating activities, students are introduced to their world and taught to connect to it using God’s perspective. Biblical principals are integrated wholly into all learning activities.To provide a firm foundation for academic excellence and to ensure spiritual development, we include subjects such as:
• English (Phonics, Reading, Writing and Enrichment)
• Physical Education
• Ballet and Movement Class / Futsal
• Character Building
The teaching and learning activities focus on producing individuals who are articulate, knowledgeable, and of sound character, able to make good decisions and function well as members of a free society. Inside and outside of classroom learning experiences encourage and prepare young students to develop necessary skills, such as communication, critical thinking, collaborative, and reflective skills by exposures to science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.