Sigatoka Methodist Visits Parliament

Sigatoka Methodist Visits Parliament

“Students would gain a lot of exposure which would enhance their knowledge of national heritage.”

Those were the comments made by the Social Science teacher of the Sigatoka Methodist Primary School, Mr. Mohammed Shameem, during a school excursion to the Parliament House in Suva yesterday.

“It is very important that students at a young age develop and broaden knowledge on the national law making body whose decisions impact every Fijian. As part of our field trip, the teachers thought it would a great idea for students to pay a visit to the Parliamentary Complex in order to empower them of the roles and functions carried out by our elected representatives in the national body as we gear towards the elections in 2014,” said Mr. Shameem.

About eighty (80) students from the Sigatoka Methodist Primary School visited the Parliament House as part of their educational excursion trip.

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