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Learning Centre Students Visit Fiji Sun

Yesterday was a rare day for a group of students from a learning centre in Suva when they were brought from their normal learning environment to a newspaper organisation. Some
20 Aug 2015 10:25
Learning Centre Students Visit Fiji Sun

Yesterday was a rare day for a group of students from a learning centre in Suva when they were brought from their normal learning environment to a newspaper organisation.

Some 20 students from the Peoples Community Network’s Access for Quality Education Programme centre visited the Fiji Sun office in Walu Bay.

They toured the soon-to-be fully refurbished building where various stages and processes of our newspaper organisation were explained to them by staff members Neha Khatri and Ashish Kumar.

It was the first time the students had been to any media organisation, and were grateful of the opportunity accorded to them said teacher, Asenaca Maiwelagi.

The students are from various communities within Samabula’s Jittu Estate, Mead Road, and as far as Cunningham.

Ms Maiwelagi said visitations as such added value to a child’s knowledge which was their aim. She added term excursions were part of the student learning. Refreshment were provided by Tappoo Group of Companies.

 

About AQEP

Access for Quality Education Programme  is being funded by the Australian Aid  Programme and is aimed at reducing the barriers for children to accessing education in Fiji.

The programme has been prepared to help safeguard gains and achievements in the education sector by mitigating negative impacts of the financial crisis on the poorest families of Fiji.

Feedback:  ranobab@fijisun.com.fj

 

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