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Cadets Inspire Pride At Gospel High School

Cadets Inspire Pride At Gospel High School
From left: Gospel High School principal Daiana Nainoca, RFMF chief of staff Colonel Litea Seruiratu, Ministry of Education official, Mere Teleni and vice-principal Prashila Chandra. Photo: Ashna Kumar
April 29
10:03 2016

Gospel High School principal Daiana Nainoca said yesterday she was proud of the successful passing-out parade of the 475 students at the school grounds.

“I am thankful to the 475 students and even more grateful to eight of the disabled students who took part in the cadet passing-out parade this morning,” she said.

The school has been consistent in organising this programme for its students including primary school students.

Mrs Nainoca encouraged all the students despite the age to take part in such things because it taught them teamwork, independence, being obedient, and most importantly discipline.

“We could not organise this event last year but this year seeing the students perform so well and so maturely, I thank God and parents of the students who support the students and the school in organising such a successful event today,” she said.

“I hope students who could not take part this year are motivated by the cadet students by seeing their discipline. In just a week, the discipline in the cadet students have been lifted up, brought them confidence, the teamwork and love amongst each other and it is great to see our students be involved in such events to make us stand out.”

This 2016 cadet passing-out parade was witnessed for the first time by vice-principal Prashila Chandra who said this parade was really touching.

“This is the first time for me to see such a wonderful event and I am very much touched by the way students have performed today,” Ms Chandra said.

“I had been seeing the rehearsals and when I saw the submission of the authority when the point commanders were coming till to the highest point, it was a really emotional experience for me.”

Edited by Rusiate Mataika



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