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Nadi Students Visit Parliament

Twenty-five students of International School Nadi yesterday visited Fiji Parliament as part of their educational tour of the capital city. School teacher  Asinate Draunimasi said Year 5 and 6 students
24 Mar 2015 15:50
Nadi Students Visit Parliament

Twenty-five students of International School Nadi yesterday visited Fiji Parliament as part of their educational tour of the capital city.

School teacher  Asinate Draunimasi said Year 5 and 6 students studied a unit based on the functions of governance and how it impacts individuals and groups.

“The students inquired into the roles of government, different types of government and the influence of governments to the wider community.

“After this visit, the students should be able to make connections and deepen their knowledge and understanding of the structure and function of the Fijian Government,” Ms Draunimasi said.

Year 5 student, Jae Han said that he has learnt a lot after this short visit.

“I have learnt a lot and now I feel like I want to become a member of parliament and represent my people,” Jae said.

Year 6 student, Lorima Niumataiwalu said it was a good learning experience and he thanked the Parliament team for sharing new things to them.

The students will also visit the Museum, Court House, media outlets, Flour Mills of Fiji and returns to Nadi tomorrow.

 




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