Achieve a successful future

Year 5 and 6 students of Lavena Primary School. Picture: SERAFINA SILAITOGA

WHILE most students use the normal blackboards, students of Lavena Primary School in Taveuni have already used whiteboards.

This has been so for the past two years after volunteers of Taveuni Rotary Club rebuilt the school.

Rotary executive Geoff Amos said they would continue to help students on the island.

“Following Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston in 2016, we decided to help rebuild schools on Taveuni and Lavena is one of our projects,” he said.

“We believe in giving our students the very best because we want them to achieve the best in life.

“We want them to achieve a very successful future so we build whiteboards as part of a conducive learning environment.”

The students of Lavena in Taveuni also use tablets for their computer classes.

“We have provided tablets for the students and they also have big screens in their classrooms that are used as a tutorial for computer classes.”

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