Interview With A Proud Mother – Ms. Kisian Koke


We the parents of Junior Joseph Keamau wish to extend our great appreciation to the school Principal, the Preschool Class Teach Miss Kua and all the teachers and staff of Bava International School for all your hard work and professional teaching to our child in the school throughout this year 2014.

Joseph now has the initiative to count numbers, read small children’s books and speak in English. Although he was sick for most school days due to malaria, we have seen a lot of improvement this year and would like to thank you all for a job well done.

May the good Lord richly bless you all and the school in the coming year 2015 and beyond.

Joe Keamau (father)
Elizabeth Keamau (mother)
Phil Keamau (sister)
Joan Aufofoi (aunty)

Joe Keamau - Father

I would highly recommend to any parent who want the best for his/her child to choose Bava International School because you won’t go wrong in your choice like I personally did for my children.

Bennie Daniel - Parent

In 2004 enrolling Abigail Kauma, our niece, at your school while enrolling our own daughter Shirley Ben at a different school gave us the comparison of their progress academically and socially. We saw that Abigail was happier and enjoyed her school work than Shirley. Eventually it dawned on us that something was missing, it was that special attention-the love your school gives that was missing in her former school. Once we enrolled Shirley to your school she was the happiest person and everything else fell in place.

We also enrolled Charlie Patini my last born brother at your school who was a boy from the village where they hardly speak English. At your school he spoke English fluently within the year and achieved the excellent grades.

Our children love coming to your school. Our son Donovan even asked us if he can be a boarder at your school after the sleepover at your school due to the last heavy rain in POM damaging our car and causing traffic jam that we couldn’t make it to come and pick them.

We can confidently say that the foundation of performing academically well is build at your school. Abigail and Charlie have shown and are showing at their primary and secondary respectively maintaining the high achievements and even taking the leadership roles. We believe it will be the same with our own children Shirley, Donovan and Paul and all the other students who attend Bava International Pre School.

We are so thankful to our Lord that it is blessing that our children attend your school. We pray May the Lord continue to Blessed you, your teachers, administration and management in running the school and reach out to so many families.


Noreen & Robert Ben - Parent

I first learnt of how superior Bava International School was when I first enrolled my first born child (Alice Daniel) at the school about 17 years ago in 1995. When my daughter left Bava International School in 1998 after successfully completing Grade 3 to continue her schooling from 1999 onward when she switched-over to the PNG Curriculum, she has since then not looked back until now when she is doing her third year Bachelor in Fisheries & Marine Resources Management at the University of Natural Resources & Environment (UNRE), hoping to graduate next year 2013.

Because of the above success story of my daughter and also; from my personal observation of the IEA Curriculum, Materials and Activities offered at the school, I highly recommend Bava International School to those parents who want the best for their children’s early learning.

Bava International School is indeed a very unique International School and to attest to that; I again enrolled another child of mine at the school since 2007 at Preparatory Year level up until now.

One thing that stands out also at Bava International School is the ratio of teacher to students which plays to the great advantage of the children as compared to other similar schools in NCD and I believe throughout the country as well.


Bennie Daniel - Parent