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Hard Work Pays Off For Young Jazzlin

Five-year-old Jazzlin Singh wants to become a doctor when she grows up. “I want to become a doctor when I grow up and I can’t wait to enter year one
18 Nov 2015 08:22
Hard Work Pays Off  For Young Jazzlin
Wants to be a doctor... Jazzlin Singh.

Five-year-old Jazzlin Singh wants to become a doctor when she grows up.
“I want to become a doctor when I grow up and I can’t wait to enter year one next year,” Jazzlin said.
She was one of the 44 students of Vunimono Sanatan Dharam Kindergarten who graduated yesterday.
Grandmother Manju Singh said Jazzlin is a very bright girl and is very active.
“She loves dancing and she would always win awards in dancing and character parade because of her outgoing personality.
“We will continue to teach her everything she needs to know and we will make sure that she becomes a doctor in the future,” she said.
Jazzlin won seven certificates this year – World Food Day certificate (Best character parade), Library Week (character parade), Ram Navami Week (character parade), Diwali (character parade), Diwali Rangoli competition, Hindi Kavita at Fiji Sevashram Sangha and the seventh certificate is her Kindergarten Graduation certificate.
Meanwhile, parents and guardians were urged on the importance of supervising our children during the school holidays by the Nausori Kindergarten president, Senitiki Ranadi, who was chief guest yesterday.
“Parents should continue the good work done by the teachers and we hope that during the school break, parents will supervise the children well so they can go to school next year with a fresh mind and new beginning,” she said



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