“It is always exciting as students look forward to visiting Parliament as part of their school curriculum”.
Those were the comments made by the Social Science teacher of the Marist Brothers High School, Ms. Ledua, during a school excursion to the Parliament House in Suva yesterday.
“As part of our Social Sciences curriculum, students get an opportunity to visit the Parliament House and learn the unique functions carried out by the lawmakers. This includes the roles and functions carried out by the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition, members of the House of Representatives and the Senate,” said Ms. Ledua.
The Social Science teacher from MBHS also shared knowledge about their school curriculum which was in fact developed by the very research staffs that were based at Parliament.
According to Ms. Ledua, students from MBHS visit the Parliamentary Complex once every year and this year is no exception.
About 170 Form Four (4) students from Marist Brothers High School visited the Parliament House as part of their educational excursion trip.