Some schoolchildren all over the country are enjoying their well-deserved holidays but it's something a little different for the young ones at the Tamavua Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The church is running a Vacation Bible School for the children.
"This is something new for my little brother," said Ruby Scott of Salato Rd.
"Not only do I get to have a break from constantly cleaning the house, but the VBS program also helps the children learn Christian values."
Fane Chan, the children's ministry leader, is in charge of the VBS program.
"This year we are going with Chadder's Undersea Bible Adventure program called SCUBA the Super Cool Undersea Bible Adventure," said Ms Chan.
"We have decorated the hall with cut-out underwater sea creatures, pictures and drawings that depict the ocean. It helps the children to look forward to the excitement.
"Finding a crew of adult and youth volunteers to watch over and teach 60 to 100 children from five-year-old to seventh grade has been quite a challenge but it's a task church members have been happy to share.
Volunteer Michael Albert, a fourth former of Dudley High School, said helping children learn about Jesus was a good feeling.
Families have also been encouraged to get involved with the children.
"This is fun," said Lauren, a student of Suva Primary School in Samabula.
Ms Chan said the main objective of the VBS was to teach the kids "the wonderful love of Jesus and the awesomeness of God".
"That is the most important thing we do," she added.