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Headboy, headgirl share discipline bond

Discipline ranks very high in the hearts and minds of Sameer Lal and Simran Swashna Singh, the newly appoint­ed headboy and headgirl of Dr Ram Lakhan Memorial Primary School in
01 Feb 2018 11:00
Headboy, headgirl share discipline bond
From left: Dr Ram Lakhan Memorial Primary School headgirl Simran Swashna Singh, headteacher Babita Kumar, and headboy Sameer Lal. Photo: Ashna Kumar

Discipline ranks very high in the hearts and minds of Sameer Lal and Simran Swashna Singh, the newly appoint­ed headboy and headgirl of Dr Ram Lakhan Memorial Primary School in Nasinu.

The duo was badged at a special ceremony at the school yesterday.

Year Eight student Sameer, 12, of Nasinu said he was happy to be­come the headboy of the school as he has “fulfilled his parents wish”.

“My parents wanted me to become headboy because they believed I could prove to be a good student and handle the leadership role as well,” Sameer said.

“As a headboy, I want to set good examples for the students so they can study hard and achieve good results.

“I want to lead by example. If I do the right thing then the other stu­dents will follow suit.

“I will work alongside the headgirl and the headteacher to ensure that the students are well-disciplined and obey the teachers.”

Headgirl Simran, 12, of Nasinu, said she expected to become the headgirl of the school.

“I am happy to get the badge of headgirl because I worked hard for it.

“I had dreamed to become the headgirl and I have achieved it to­day.

“As a headgirl, I want to ensure that the students follow rules set by teachers.

“I want to set an example for them by following the rules and regula­tions myself.”

Like the headboy Sameer, she is encouraging students to be disci­plined, and hardworking.

“I want them to achieve good re­sults in their exams,’’ Simran said.

Edited George Kulanawasa

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