115 stu­dents grad­u­ate at Na­maka Kinder­garten

This event will be a mem­o­rable one as by next year they will be in Year One at Na­maka Public School: Head teacher

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OE­d­u­ca­tion 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 On Anasa Vateitei Na­maka Kinder­garten head teacher

ne hun­dred and fif­teen stu­dents at Na­maka Kinder­garten grad­u­ated with fly­ing colours yes­ter­day.

The tiny tots bid farewell for their pre-school year look­ing for­ward to start­ing their pri­mary ed­u­ca­tion at the par­ent school Na­maka Public School next year.

This year had five classes run­ning side by side to cater for the large num­ber of stu­dents. Head teacher Anasa Vateitei com­mended the par­ents and teach­ers for play­ing their part well. He likened stu­dents as seed and par­ents/teach­ers to be the cul­ti­va­tors work­ing hand-in-hand. “This event will be a mem­o­rable one as by next year they will be in Year One at Na­maka Public School,” he said.

“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 Vateitei thanked the par­ents for their aus­pi­cious work in ed­u­cat­ing the grass­root Fi­jians. Mean­while, the Na­maka Public School prize­giv­ing is sched­uled for to­day. Edited by Jonathan Bryce

Na­maka Kinder­garten stu­dents dur­ing their grad­u­a­tion in Nadi yes­ter­day. Photo:

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