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Special School At The Sun

Special school students should not feel left out, says the headteacher of the Nadi Centre for Special Education, Shiromani Felix. Mr Felix made the comment during the students’ visit to
21 Nov 2014 08:28
Special School At The Sun
Students, teachers and parents of the Nadi Centre for Special Education at the Fiji Sun production centre yesterday. Photo: Rama

Special school students should not feel left out, says the headteacher of the Nadi Centre for Special Education, Shiromani Felix.

Mr Felix made the comment during the students’ visit to the Fiji Sun headquarters in Walu Bay, Suva yesterday.

“Just because they are special students, they should not be deprived from all the events which other schools take part in,” he said.

“For some of these students, they would never be able to visit places like the Fiji Sun, so we want to provide this opportunity for them.”

Mr Felix said students read the Fiji Sun everyday but they do not know the process which it goes through before reaching the readers.

“So what better way than to educate them through visiting the place,” he said.

“This is a time for exposure and through this the students would learn about several things which they did not know about.”

The school students are on a three-day tour of Viti Levu and would be visiting places like the Fiji Museum, Deuba beach, the Sigatoka sand dunes and many other places.

“This is an overwhelming experience and we are happy to be given an opportunity to go to places,” said Melita Davu, 19.

“Such trips are very educational as we get to experience firsthand how things work and the process of various activities.”

Around 30 students and 12 teachers were part of the trip.

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