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School’s Back, So Is The Fiji Sun

Fiji Sun Publisher/chief executive officer Peter Lomas said: “Not only are students updated on issues surrounding them. Having the newspaper also promotes reading.”
22 Jan 2021 13:43
School’s Back, So Is The Fiji Sun
Swami Vivekananda College, Nadi, Year 12 prefects read yesterday’s Fiji Sun newspaper. From left are Sharvesh Kumar, Zu Feng, Viliame Rokoduna, Joan McGowan, Shruti Kumar with their teacher (standing), Maria Rabuka.

The prominent Nadi college is among schools across the country benefiting from the Fiji Sun’s Newspapers in Education programme.

Swami Vivekananda was one of the first to join and has been a strong supporter. The programme provides the Fiji Sun daily to senior students to promote literacy, and as an important educational resource for teachers.

Fiji Sun Publisher/chief executive officer Peter Lomas said: “Not only are students updated on issues surrounding them. Having the newspaper also promotes reading.”

Tilak High School librarian Mrs P Singh, teacher N Ramlu with students Rahul, Berenadeta, Anush and Aryan all reading yesterday’s Fiji Sun newspaper as part of the Fiji Sun’s Newspapers in Education programme. Photo: Shonal Chand

Tilak High School librarian Mrs P Singh, teacher N Ramlu with students Rahul, Berenadeta, Anush and Aryan all reading yesterday’s Fiji Sun newspaper as part of the Fiji Sun’s Newspapers in Education programme.
Photo: Shonal Chand

Feedback: mereleki.nai@fijisun.com.fj


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