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Programme Boosts School’s Learning, Upgrade Works

  Access to Quality Education Programme (AQEP) has completed its three-year project for Labasa Muslim Primary School. AQEP, an Australian government funded programme, spent approximately $198,884. Yesterday eight newly-upgraded classrooms
24 Nov 2016 11:00
Programme Boosts School’s Learning, Upgrade Works
Access to Quality Education Program Rajish Raj cutting ribbon while Labasa Muslim Primary School headteacher Gulshan Sahid (right) wtiness during the handing over ceremony in Labasa. Photo:SUPPLIED

 

Access to Quality Education Programme (AQEP) has completed its three-year project for Labasa Muslim Primary School.

AQEP, an Australian government funded programme, spent approximately $198,884.

Yesterday eight newly-upgraded classrooms were opened and it also saw the completion of the programme’s upskilling of teachers.

Labasa Muslim Primary School manager, Mustafa Khanon, on behalf of the Macuata Muslim League Fiji said, he was thankful to the organisation for helping his school.

“The organisation has been an angel to us as they have given a new look to the school,” Mr Khan said.

“Our school of eight classrooms built in 1997 has the lowest number of student roll from Year One to Year Eight in Labasa Town.

“The kind assistance from AQEP has lifted the standard of the school.

“We have nine staff and 142 students and we are so happy that when new academic begins next year they will have better equipped educational environment,” Mr Khan said.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

Feedback:  shratikan@fijisun.com.fj



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