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Dwayne Leca Aim: Rebuild School Image, Prefects End Bullying

And top of his and fellow prefects’ list is the plan to nip bullying in the bud.
04 Feb 2019 10:00
Dwayne Leca Aim: Rebuild School Image, Prefects End Bullying
Queen Victoria School (QVS) head boy Dwayne Leca (sitting third from left) with prefects of Bure Tovata after the induction ceremony at the school on February 3, 2019.

The newly inducted head boy of Queen Victoria School (QVS) is looking forward to rebuilding the image of the school.

And top of his and fellow prefects’ list is the plan to nip bullying in the bud.

Eighteen-year-old, Dwayne Leca said since the beginning of the year he had been briefing his senior boys about the issue.

Since then the incidents of bullying has greatly decreased.

“Bullying was a main issue here back then, but since the beginning of this school year I have been telling the boys we have to change that mindset of bullying and picking on the young ones,” Dwayne said.

“I have been talking to the senior boys and telling them this is right and this is wrong.

“This is the direction we have to take and not that way.

“We the senior boys are looking forward to rebuilding Queen Victoria School this year.”

The student head said when he finished Year 13 he wanted to leave a legacy that future Queen Victorians can follow.

“I have told the senior boys to love and care for the young ones because after this year we are going to leave.

“What we impart to the young ones they will carry on for the next few years here in QVS.”

He dedicated his achievement to his father who works as a seaman and mother who is a housewife.

“My parents are my inspiration because they have been supporting me since I was young until now and their never ending support is everything to me.”

“When I was in primary school my dad used to sit with me at our dining table and we used to study together.

“So since primary school until now I have never gone below the tenth position in my whole life. I have always been in top 10 in class.”

The Rewa House member hopes to become a pilot just like his older brother and will stop at nothing to achieve his dream.

Dwayne is a Technical Science student and held the position of junior prefect in Year 11 and prefect last year.

He is the second eldest of four siblings.

Edited by Percy Kean

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