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Fiji Sun tour an ‘eye-opener’

By FONUA TALEI Nicely tucked away in their ‘hidden paradise home’ oblivious to the city hype, the Fiji Sun headquarters in Walu Bay was an eye-opener for 53 students of
13 Oct 2012 09:15

By FONUA TALEI

Nicely tucked away in their ‘hidden paradise home’ oblivious to the city hype, the Fiji Sun headquarters in Walu Bay was an eye-opener for 53 students of Nabaka Primary School who visited the premises yesterday.
Accompanied by six teachers and members of the school’s Parents and Teachers Association, the students eagerly listened to marketing rep Isoa Damudamu as he took them on a tour of the different departments.
Head teacher Kaliappa Gounder said the excursion was a good experience for the children as it gave them an opportunity to learn things outside of the classrooms which also made teaching easier for the teachers.
“This is part of their social studies programme where they learn about the city, important local landmarks, media, societies, and the history of Fiji. Even though it’s an educational trip, it’s also a treat for some of them who have hardly been to places outside of their community,” Mr Gounder said.
“This has really been an eye-opener for all of us.” said Class Six student Atunaisa Kuricau.
Nabaka Primary School is located 30 kilometres from Sigatoka.




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