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Children Learn More of France

At least 60 students were part of a children’s programme organised by The Alliance Francaise de Suva, together with the Fiji Museum. Children from the ages of six to 16
27 Aug 2014 05:35
Children Learn More of France
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At least 60 students were part of a children’s programme organised by The Alliance Francaise de Suva, together with the Fiji Museum.

Children from the ages of six to 16 took part in the programme that included French games, drawing maps of France, baking of French cakes, and learning the French language.

Alliance Francaise co-ordinator Sylvie Chasmovit said this was the second time they were doing this programme.

“We did this kind of programme back in 2012 during the holidays and were taught the French Culture,” Ms Chasmovit said.

“This is one of the best ways to educate children on the way of life of other countries like French.”

Year 10 student of William Cross College, Merewai Cavua, said she enjoyed the activities.

“My parents encouraged me to come here and I found it very educational and fun,” he said.

Head of Marketing Fiji Museum Prakashni Sharma said these types of activities would help children learn about the different cultures.

“We organised this in order for children to make use of their break and to learn new and educational staff,” Ms Sharma said.

The programme ended yesterday with participants being awarded certificates.

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