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Civoniceva Foundation Recognised

Civoniceva Foundation Recognised
March 24
09:44 2015

Petero Civoniceva Foundation has achieved charitable trust status and will begin working with schools around the country next month.

Co-Founders Lauren Jagger and Chris Tomlinson worked closely with Munro Leys, Fiji’s largest law firm in achieving that status.

Petero Civoniceva, rugby legend and for former Fijian Bati captain was delighted the Foundation has been recognised and praised the service of Munro Leys.

“Munro Leys has been fantastic and couldn’t have been more professional,”Civoniceva said.

“Their local knowledge was indispensible and combined with their efficiency the whole process was made a lot smoother. On behalf of the Foundation I would like to express my appreciation to Nick Barnes and his team”.

Tomlinson shared the same sentiment.

“All the staff at Munro Leys were great, Patricia Naisara and Nehla Basawaiya in particular went above and beyond. We were always kept in the loop with progress and we could always rely on them to provide practical, clear, concise advice.”

The Petero Civoniceva Foundation is now ready to roll out the delivery of their exciting “Get Healthy with Petero” programme. Developed by Jagger, a qualified teacher from the UK, the Foundation will work with schools to encourage young people to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

Petero Civoniceva Foundation staff will spend time at schools providing a hands-on and practical approach to delivery.

The programme will introduce new styles of teaching, including cross curricular learning.

The programme will be delivered over 5 weeks and the resource packs and opportunities for teacher training will guarantee the sustainability of the initiative.



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