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Rao Proud of Daughter’s Role

A mother described her daughter’s achievement as theirs. Helen Rao, the mother of Gospel High School Year 13 student, Divisha Rao says her daughter’s selection as a leader has made
05 Feb 2017 12:02
Rao Proud of Daughter’s Role
From left: Gospel High School headgirl Divisha Rao, deputy headgirl Leba Sigabalavu, deputy headboy Joshua, principal Diana Nainoca, chief guest Viliame Leqa, deputy headgirl Amisha Maharaj, deputy headboy Timoci Ratulevu and headboy Iliesa Moceituba. Photo: Ronald Kumar

A mother described her daughter’s achievement as theirs.

Helen Rao, the mother of Gospel High School Year 13 student, Divisha Rao says her daughter’s selection as a leader has made them proud.

Divisha, 18, was badged headgirl during the school’s prefect induction ceremony on Friday.

“My daughter is an achiever as she has succeeded in life from a very young age and I know she will keep on going beyond our expectations as she has followed our footsteps,” Ms Rao said.

Divisha said Gospel wasn’t just a school but a passion for her.

“I have been a student of Gospel since kindergarten and I have always tried to work hard to achieve all I can for my school,” she said.

She said her inspiration came from her former English teacher, Gayatri Prasad.

“My English teacher is my inspiration who inspired me to face all the challenges and never give up,” she said.

“She always told me to multi task and I believe this is where I can learn how I can multi task and manage things which require a lot of attention.”

She said she would like to change the robotic generation.

“I feel this generation lack in morality and while I am learning, I would like to teach them too.”

Head boy 18-year-old Iliesa Moceituba said his parents support helped him to achieve high.

The Year 13 student of Natewa, Cakaudrove, Vanua Levu, said his parents were very supportive of him.

Iliesa was was badged as the Christian Fellowship president among 49 other prefects during the badging ceremony at the school yesterday.

He said the badge came with responsibilities that he could fulfil.

“I know the badge requires a lot from us and our teachers expect more than what we are capable of,” Iliesa said.

“But I know I can work a little bit extra and make it possible for me to fulfil all the responsibilities I am given.”

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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