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The handing over  donations  to the Special Development  CenterThe handing over donations to the Special Development Center

SPECIAL Development Centre in Honiara has been privileged last week to be recipient of Aid assistance from Bundaberg Rotary club, Bundaberg special school and Wantok Foundation Limited in Australia.

The Aid assistance was donated from the joint partnership of the respective organisation and their communities in Bundaberg, Australia towards the Special Development Centre in the capital.

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Category: Education

 

1970s old time pictures of Betikama Adventist Secondary School (now Betikama Adentist College).  1970s old time pictures of Betikama Adventist Secondary School (now Betikama Adentist College).

BETIKAMA Adventist College successfully celebrated their 65 years  as a school   when some of it students returned for a special anniversary commemoration day.

Members of the former student, whom have studied at the college from 1948 to the present, joined other former students, staff and VIP guests for the landmark celebration.

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Category: Education

 

St Nicolas students playing futsalSt Nicolas students playing futsal

SAINT NICOLAS students will go for a week-long break following a fun day organised by the school board last Friday.

School sports master, Ambrose Tavake said the organised fun day was for students to refresh their minds after completing exams for the 3rd semester.

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Category: Education

Corronation Student in Class Corronation Student in Class PERMANENT Secretary of Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Dr Fred Rohorua has refused latest call in the media by a parent to suspend secondary school exams for students in the country in November.

Dr Rohorua said that this will not happen despite the three strike actions staged by Solomon Islands Teachers Association (SINTA) during the course of the year.

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Category: Education

His Excellency hands over the donation to Monemone representivesHis Excellency hands over the donation to Monemone representives

THE Government of Japan has funded the project for the rehabilitation of Monene Community High School in Temotu.

The project worth $813,000 SBD was officially signed by the Japanese Ambassador to Solomon Islands Mr. Satoshi Nakajima at the Japanese Embassy in Honiara.

Formalizing the grant Mr. Nakajima expressed his governments support for the project as it is vital for the education of children at Temotu.

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