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96 Graduate From Namaka Kindergarten

Ninety-six early childhood educa­tion students were urged to en­joy what they learnt and never give up on a task handed out to them. Nadi Women’s Crisis Centre Senior Counsellor/Community Educator
17 Nov 2018 10:23
96 Graduate From Namaka Kindergarten
Some of the students who graduated from the Namaka Public Kindergarten in Nadi on November 16, 2018. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Ninety-six early childhood educa­tion students were urged to en­joy what they learnt and never give up on a task handed out to them.

Nadi Women’s Crisis Centre Senior Counsellor/Community Educator Reshmi Singh was speaking to the stu­dents who will start Year 1 next year.

The tiny tots of Namaka Public School, dressed in their kalavata, fit the part of a graduation ceremony at kindy yesterday.

To parents and guardians, Ms Singh said: “Please refuse buying them toy gears, it depicts violence and war, gift them something that nurtures them positively.”

Head teacher Subramani Krishna thanked the parents for their auspi­cious work in educating the grassroot Fijians.

“Education for early childhood is for life and very important in child’s ca­reer. Students need to come to school every day so they can do better come Year One,” Mr Krishna said.

The Namaka Public School Year 8 prizegiving is on Tuesday evening while the school’s annual prizegiving is set for Thursday.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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