A senior student receiving her form 6 certificate from Mrs Georgina Pita during the graduation
RESPECTIVE submissions to the teacher absenteeism inquiry by the Parliamentary Education and Human Resources Training Committee have highlighted the need for Professional Development of teachers.
MERD Undersecretary, Mr. Timothy Ngele during the World Teachers Day
THE under-secretary of the Ministry of Education, Timothy Ngele told teachers that they hold the key for a better future and quality education in the country.
Mr Ngele expressed these during the World Teachers Day celebration on Friday, with the theme “A call for teachers to take the lead in quality education”.
“Teachers hold the keys for a better future, they inspire, challenge and empower innovative and responsible global citizens,” Mr Ngele stated.
SINU's vice chancellor, Dr Patricia Rodie giving her speech during the World Teachers Day celebrations
Teachers are urged to stay committed to their profession to ensure quality education is provided to the nation.
Speaking at World Teachers Day event, Friday, Solomon Islands National University (SINU) vice chancellor, Dr Patricia Rodie reminded teachers of their obligation.
Mrs Grace Maemae and Ms Helmah Jack being congratulated by the Japanese Ambassador to Solomon Islands on Thursday.
THE Japanese Government has released air tickets to two teachers who will go on for further studies in Japan.
A short handover ceremony at the Japanese embassy in Honiara last week officially sealed the trip.
The two female recipients Grace Dakatia Maemae and Helmah Maena Ray Jack, will travel to Japan this week for further teaching studies under the Japanese government sponsorship for one year and 6 months.
School students of Betikama adventist in the 70's
BETIKAMA Adventist College, was greatly fortunate to welcome back the school’s first ever principal, Pastor Lyndon Thrift, 93 to be part of the school’s 65th anniversary celebrations last week.
Pr. Lyndon Thrift was the first ever principal to build and open formal classes in 1948; in the Christmas Eve of 1947, he was in Honiara with 13 boys from Batuna Central School all from the Western province and started a class consisting of 16 with 3 more boys from Kopiu school, East Guadalcanal.
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