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Christina Vows To Uphold School Motto

As the newly inducted head­girl of Lautoka Methodist Primary School adjust to her new role, Christina Tubakilau believes she is tasked to uphold val­ues and respect to the student. The
10 Feb 2018 11:00
Christina Vows To Uphold School Motto
Standing from left: Lautoka Methodist Primary School headboy Penaia Drauna, School Deaconess Laisani Nauliva, School headgirl Christina Tubakilau. Sitting is Ms Pratika Sharma at the prefects’ induction on February 9, 2018. Photo: Lautoka Methodist Primary School

As the newly inducted head­girl of Lautoka Methodist Primary School adjust to her new role, Christina Tubakilau believes she is tasked to uphold val­ues and respect to the student.

The 13-year-old girl from Lau aims to uphold the school’s motto – “Lead­ers are the ambassadors that uphold values in society”.

Christina said for her to be a good leader she would need to earn the re­spect of the rest of the students.

“Respect is something that is earned, so been given the title as head I will need to show the students of our school what respect really means,” she said.

“As the saying goes, respect is earned, so I will have to be a good ex­ample to the students to earn their respect.”

Christina, who aspires to be a pilot believes hard work was crucial for any person to succeed.

“I hope to be a pilot in the near fu­ture, I know hard work is the main key and I will do whatever it takes help my families,” she said.

Headboy Penaia Drauna, 13, was happy to be given the title. The Va­nua Levu native, who comes from a family of six siblings, thanked his family for their support.

Eight-four prefects were badged yesterday.

Edited by Naissa Koroi

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