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I Worked Hard To Get The Position: Headboy

  “I was confident about my performance and I knew that I would be selected as the school’s headboy,” 14-year-old Shivan Prasad said. Newly inducted Makoi Mus­lim Primary School head­boy
09 Feb 2018 11:00
I Worked Hard To Get The Position: Headboy
From left: Deputy headgirl Tanzeela Hussain, headboy Shivan Prasad, headgirl Alena Tobey and Deputy headboy Sailasa Mociu. Photo: Shirika Shalini

 

“I was confident about my performance and I knew that I would be selected as the school’s headboy,” 14-year-old Shivan Prasad said.

Newly inducted Makoi Mus­lim Primary School head­boy Shivan Prasad said his performance in school made him feel confident he would be picked for the position.

“I was confident about my perfor­mance and knew that I would be selected as the school’s headboy,” Shivan said.

Shivan was one of the 47 inductees during the school’s prefect induc­tion ceremony in Nasinu yesterday.

The prefects would ensure the dis­cipline of the students was their first priority in the school with a roll of 346 students and 10 teachers.

Headgirl Alena Tobey, 14, of Gau in Lomaiviti, was surprised to be elected as the school’s headgirl.

She was surprised and shocked when she was voted to be the new headgirl of the school. Previously she was a prefect.

Alena said she would follow the rules and regulations to ensure oth­er colleagues followed her.

“I will manage my time wisely in order to be good in academics and fulfill my duties as a headgirl,” Ale­na said.

The Makoi Muslim Primary School also launched the new Health Promoting School banner yesterday.

The theme was Promoting Health and Well-being of Children through Education for a Healthier Popula­tion.

The school’s head teacher, Farook Ali, said that they were very fortu­nate to be advocates for health pro­motion.

“We are very committed towards safeguarding our health,” said Mr Ali.

New Banner

Alena said the launching of a new banner about health of children in school was a positive move.

“The students were told to bring fruits to school and balanced meals to be healthy every time,” Alena said.

The Headboy Shivan said the launch would benefit the students a lot by keeping them healthy and ac­tive in class. The school has planned to make children bring balanced meals throughout the week.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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