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Aman, Ameesha named school heads

Vunimono High School has selected six of its best students as school heads for 2018. Year 13 students, Aman Deo of Nasali, Rewa, and Ameesha Nand were badged as headboy
02 Feb 2018 11:00
Aman, Ameesha named school heads
From left: Vunimono High School deputy headboys Ravneet Prasad and Jocoro Sucu, headgirl Ameesha Nand, headboy Aman Deo, and deputy head girls Shyna Chandra and Makelesi Drobula. Photo: Ashna Kumar

Vunimono High School has selected six of its best students as school heads for 2018.

Year 13 students, Aman Deo of Nasali, Rewa, and Ameesha Nand were badged as headboy and headgirl respectively on Wednesday during the school’s prefect induction ceremony at Vunimono Hall in Nausori.

Aman, 17, said one of the first things he would focus on is strengthening discipline.

“Discipline is the main concern. One of the rising issues is personal problems among students, which leads to vandalism and graffiti,” Aman said.

“I want to work with the students to help them overcome such issues so that they become more career oriented and focused on their academic achievements.

“Some students are not concerned about their academic work and I want them to keep their focus to achieve better results.

“I will also work with the teachers to ensure the teachers and students have better communication to resolve issues.”

Being named headboy surprised him since he had competition.

“Every year the school has two deputy headboys and we had competition to prove ourselves better for the headboy badge,” Aman said.

“I had high hopes of being named headboy, but I was surprised when I heard my name.”

After graduation, Aman will pursue a career in Economics and Finance.

Headgirl, Ameesha, 17, said her plan as a headgirl was to help Aman tackle discipline.

“All past school heads have tried their best to tackle the issue, and I will also work with the headboy to ensure that we resolve the discipline problem,” Ameesha said.

“We want to help the students and teachers have a better communication where students can feel comfortable asking questions and seek help if needed.”

Ameesha intends to pursue a career in Banking and Finance.

The school inducted 92 prefects.

Edited by Naisa Koroi

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