PARENTS of students attending Annesley Infant School in Suva have big plans for the development of the school.
They held a fundraising bazaar at the school yesterday, targeting to raise $18,000 for projects in 2014.
"In the past, through the annual fundraising bazaar we have completed projects like a sick bay room and the upgrading of the toilets," Parents Teachers Association president Jovilisi Qoroya said.
"The next projects we have lined up for 2014 include a computer lab for the students as well as a proper library."
Mr Qoroya said they raised $16,000 during last year's bazaar.
"We know these are hard times so while we are targeting more from what we raised last year, we will take whatever we can raise and appreciate all the parents that have supported this worthy cause."
The PTA also invited the National Fire Authority to speak to the students during the event.