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Iva Gets Best Conduct Trophy

Iva Hotchin, 14, of Yat Sen Primary School, in Suva was proud to receive the Charlie Chow Trophy for Best Conduct at their prizegiving ceremony last Friday. “Education is very
23 Nov 2014 09:42
Iva Gets Best Conduct Trophy
Iva Hotchin of Yat Sen Primary School with the Charlie Chow Trophy for Best Conduct at their prizegiving ceremony last Friday. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Iva Hotchin, 14, of Yat Sen Primary School, in Suva was proud to receive the Charlie Chow Trophy for Best Conduct at their prizegiving ceremony last Friday.

“Education is very important in everyone’s life and we should make the best use of this time to study and work hard,” Iva said.

She said students should also behave well, not only before their teachers but before other students.

“Students must obey the school rules to maintain order and set good examples for other students. Education should be a priority in life for all students and if you will study hard, you will become successful.”

SPECIAL AWARDS
– The Patrick Tam Trophy for Best Artist: Keean Fong
– Sportsman of the Year: Temafa Yalimaiwai
– Sportswoman of the Year: Lilikalani Waqa
– Scout of the Year: Sakeasi Sovanivalu
– Girl Guide of the Year: Kiera Fong
– Brownies of the Year: Kiri Leong
– Red Cross of the Year: Sarah Manulevu
– The Mee Kwain Trophy for public speaking in English: Lidia Kondaiya

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