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ACS Revives Cultural Display

litia cava suva Adi Cakobau School students revived their cultural show in a colourful exhibition yesterday. The school showcased the significant aspects of their culture in national chants, meke, traditional
09 Aug 2014 08:56

Women of Lau and Cakaudrove, Bua Macuata during the Adi Cakobau School Cultural Day in Sawani yesterday. Photo: Litia Cava

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Adi Cakobau School students revived their cultural show in a colourful exhibition yesterday.
The school showcased the significant aspects of their culture in national chants, meke, traditional presentations and other parts of their cultures which they are known for.
Students were divided up in their own confederacies, provinces and the Pasifika Group.
They wore ‘sulu jaba kalavata’ and this showed how the girls, parents and teachers were looking forward to this special event.
School principal Salote Nawalowalo says teaching students the importance of keeping their cultural values will help to build their character.
“This is not the first time we are doing this, we have been doing this for the past few years but we did not do it last year. We thought of bringing it back this year.
“Adi Cakobau School is a school that is known not only for its academic achievements but for also engaging children in this type of extra curriculum that will help boost self confidence,” Mrs Nawalowalo said.
The school has a roll of 623 students.

litia.cava@fijisun.com.fj




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