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Big day for senior students

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, February 02, 2013

TWENTY senior students of Suva Primary School in Samabula were yesterday inducted to lead the school as school prefects for this year.

Suva Primary School headteacher Ema Waqanidrola said the prefect induction day was remarkable and significant for all the prefects as it was the beginning of their leadership journey at the school.

Mrs Waqanidrola said a good leader was always devoted and committed to his or her responsibilities and always led by example, which the prefects needed to do this year. Head boy Ilaitia Havili, who hails from Tavualevu Village in Tavua, said he did not expect to be chosen as the the lead male student for this year.

He said he would try his best to be a good example to the junior students of the school.

He said he had the toughest responsibility at the school and hoped to accomplish all his goals before he left the school for higher education.

Head girl Francis Serevi, who hails from Vanuabalavu in Lau, said a good leader always took risks and strived to be good in everything they did.


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