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Fiji Sun – Education

Details: The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts said it was important all school curriculums should be covered after t by sereana salalo. Analysis, Feature. Education Technology For Lifelong Learning. While traditional classroom learning may be preferred or required in …

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Schools To Open When It’s Safe: PS Education

Details: Schools will only be open when it is safe for students to return says Permanent Secretary for Education, Heritage and Arts Anjeela Jokhan. Ms Jokhan said the decision to reopen schools will be in close consultation with the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and only with their approval.

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School Break Extends, Ministry Urges Parents To Provide

Details: 1 day ago · The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts in consultation with the Ministry of Health and Medical Services will ensure appropriate measures are in place for safe return of students to school. The Term 1 holiday was brought forward to Tuesday, 20th of April after the announcement of the first COVID-19 transmission case and extended for

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RESET FIJI: Focus On Resetting Education System

Details: The impact of COVID-19 has become a defining moment for Fiji’s formal education system, with the lockdown and closure of schools, universities and learning institutions for three months. This forced educators across the country to transition to a world of virtual learning.

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Ministry: Schools Make Necessary Preparations For Classes

Details: Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts Rosy Akbar said: “Over the past few days, our team has worked tirelessly to ensure schools and classrooms are ready to welcome children back to their learning environment. “We will continue to work in the interest of all Fijian children and ensure they have access to quality education.”

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Permanent Secretaries For Education, Health And Youth

Details: Permanent Secretary for Education, Heritage and Arts -Dr Angela Jokhan. Dr Jokhan’s 32 years of experience as an educator culminated in her service as the Dean of the Faculty of Science, Technology and Environment at the University of the South Pacific.

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Head Of School Suspended For Not Following Reporting Protocols

Details: The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts, Hon. Rosy Akbar has expressed her disappointment towards the way a Central Division Head of School handled the COVID-19 reporting and communication protocol today. “It is rather unfortunate that the …

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Permanent Secretary To Parents: Keep Children Away From

Details: “Education is the only way to prosperity and good futures for your children.” She encouraged the children to work hard in school. “Please remember that you have some responsibilities as well. You need to know that by working hard you will succeed,” Ms Jokhan said. “You need to set goals early in your lives.” 540 students attend the

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Term 3 Begins With Shining Joy For Bua School

Details: For the students and teachers of Nadi District School in Bua, the first day of Term 3 was the most beautiful. The Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama opened four teachers’ quarters, a girls’ hostel, a dining hall and their early childhood education centre for the school yesterday.

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My APA: Eligible Teachers And Staff To Be Paid By End Of

Details: “The Ministry of Education is the largest ministry as far as the employees are concerned,” Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said. “In 2017, 2018 there were 14,244 civil servants in that ministry. Currently, there are 14,027 out of which 13,449 are teachers and 578 non-teaching staff.”

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3 North Schools Win Fiji50-seconds Video Challenge

Details: “The management, staff and student of Qawa Primary School have made special accommodation for Viraj and have been supportive to provide education for him,” Mrs Murti said. Head teacher Rajnesh Swami said it was the first year for the school to introduce inclusive education and they decided to put it as a theme for the competition.

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Schools Legally Required To Report Injuries, Commission

Details: A pupil includes a person of any age for whom education is provided under the provisions of the Education Act 1966, and any person enrolled on any school register. Teachers and pupils are encouraged to take personal responsibility and all necessary steps to prevent school accidents.

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Minister Commends 80% Student Attendance In First Two Weeks

Details: The Fiji Education Management Information System (FEMIS) recorded an average of 80 per cent attendance for all schools during its first few days of opening. Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts Rosy Akbar, in an interview commended the turnout despite the underlying challenges.

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Fiji Sun – Education

Details: EDITORIAL: Government Applauded For Prioritising Education Education is the bedrock of a nation’s growth and development. The importance of education to a nation cannot be o

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Fiji Sun – Education

Details: Education Starts With Parents and Students, Four Schools Told The foundation of good educa­tion is built on an effective partnership between parents and students, four …

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‘Free Education For All’

Details: I believe that education is a right and not a privilege. We never really stop learning in our lives. Formal education seems to start early these days before students progress to primary, high school and tertiary levels.

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Year 13 Students To Begin Classes From Monday 8 February

Details: The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts wishes to inform parents and Year 13 students that they will begin classes from Monday 8 February 2021. The Provisional Examination Results will be released by 31 January 2021 which will provide Year 13 students one week to prepare themselves for the 2021 academic school year.

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COVID-19: Schools Remain Closed Until April 17

Details: With the control measures still in place for COVID-19, the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts wish to advise all Fijians that schools will remain closed for another two weeks, until 17 April 2020. The Ministry will closely monitor the situation and advise on the school resumption date.

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Minister Seruiratu: 32 Temporary Schools To Be Built

Details: Mr Seruiratu added that so far, the Ministry of Education had completed assessing 75 schools out of the 85 affected schools. “We’re thankful to some community members and individuals who are also putting their hands up in the provision of some materials to assist us in the rebuilding of our schools.” Edited by Selita Bolanavanua. Feedback:

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Students Need To Replace Lost, Damaged E-Transport Cards

Details: The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts reminds parents and students to organise their E-Transport Cards before school starts on Tuesday next week. Students who have lost or damaged their E-Transport Cards should obtain a letter from their Head of School or nearest District Education Office to apply for a replacement card.

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What is civic education

Details: Because Civic Education is targeted at changing attitudes, raising awareness and knowledge levels, perception and behaviour, communication and access to information are key and integral aspects to Civic Education. Civic Education is generally understood to comprise of three elements: civic disposition (values), civic knowledge and civic skills.

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Students ‘Attack’ Alleged Bully Over Viral Video

Details: The statement said: “The Ministry of Education strongly condemns violence in any form, and in view of the recent cases reported by the media, would like to reiterate and reinforce that there is a zero-tolerance policy on any form of violence or abuse in school.”

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Special School: Need For More Awareness About Autism

Details: We need a lot of awareness on autism in our communities, says Lautoka School for Special Education head teacher, Kailash Pillay. Speaking during the World Autism Awareness Day celebration at the school on Thursday, Mr Pillay said: We need a lot of awareness in our communities with regard to autism because we need to celebrate April 2 for the achievements and …

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Education ‘the soul of a society’

Details: Village committee advisor and education co-ordinator Meli Nagusuca said the village had vouched for the benefits of education as most of the people from the village have excelled academically. “Education is an important factor and will always guarantee the well-being of generations,” he said.

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Not All Toppers Recipients Produce 100% Progression Rate

Details: Not all National Toppers recipients have produced a 100 per cent progression rate. This was the statement made by the Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts at the Fiji National University’s Student Association (FNUSA) National Council Meeting at the Nasinu campus yesterday.

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Australia Offers 10 Scholarships To Fijian Students

Details: The Minister for Education, Her­itage and Arts Rosy Akbar and the Acting Australian High Commis­sioner to Fiji, Anna Dorney signed a Memorandum Of Understanding on the programme in Suva yester­day. The programme was officially an­nounced by Australian Prime Min­ister, Scott Morrison in November last year.

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Nemani Delaibatiki: Special Emphasis Must Be Given To Pre

Details: The committee comprises teachers, retired teachers and school committee reps who go beyond the call of duty to try to improve the education standards. This is the kind of civic duty and pride that inspire change which should be encouraged by provincial councils. They are laying the foundation for the education career and future of the children.

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Importance of education

Details: Minister for Education, Filipe Bole, when delivering the keynote address during the Ratu Kadavulevu School annual prize giving ceremony, said these were exciting times for education in Fiji. Government had made a number of reforms that would be beneficial to all.

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Anti-Corruption Will Be Part Of Fiji Schools Curriculum

Details: NACC, a first of its kind in the Pacific, is the brainchild of the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC), developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Education (MOE). NACC will be taught as part of the English and Social Studies curriculum in primary schools and as part of English, Social Science, History and Accounting in

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Four Students Caught Smoking Removed From Ratu Kadavulevu

Details: Deputy Permanent Secretary for Education, Timoci Bure, said they had received the report. He said those students caught smoking would be removed from the school and taken to another institution closer to their parents.

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Fiji National University Backs Decision On Maths Intake Mark

Details: The entry requirement for 23 programmes, which have mathematics as a prerequisite, were selected from the College of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, College of Humanities and Education, College of Engineering, Science and Technology including a few engineering programmes, have been reduced to 30 per cent.

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Education ‘Key to Ending Poverty’

Details: Education is a key factor in the welfare of children,” he said. “The best investment to ensure the future success of a child is to invest in the early years. “Education is one of the most important investments a country can make for its people. One extra year of school education increases an individual’s learning by ten per cent.”

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Equality for All Higher Education Needs Reform

Details: Research by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and other international organisations suggest that the impact of higher education on individuals, society, and the general community is significant. At a national level, university education attainment has a correlation with high economic productivity.

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Fiji Supports Call To End Violence In Schools Based On

Details: It provides education-sector stakeholders with a framework for planning and implementing effective responses to this type of school-related gender-based violence, as part of wider efforts to prevent and address violence in school settings. The attending leaders discussed how to strengthen education-sector responses to the violence.

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Fiji Sun – Permanent Secretary for Education

Details: Permanent Secretary for Education Iowane Tiko has been transferred to the Youth and Sports ministry from today, it w by sheldon chanel, suva. NATION. Tiko hits back at teachers’ body over contracts, pay. The Permanent Secretary for Education Iowane Tiko has hit …

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Use Discretion In Flood Affected Areas In Sending Children

Details: The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts wishes to inform teachers, students and parents that a heavy rain warning is in force for the whole of the Fiji Group. Parents and/or guardians in flood affected areas are advised to use their discretion in sending their children to school.

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Fiji Sun – Ministry of Education

Details: The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts Mahendra Reddy said yesterday that the Early Childhood Education curri by ministry of education, heritage and arts. NEWS. New Boat To Assist Kabara Students In Lau. The Ministry of Education yesterday handed over a new fiberglass boat and engine to the management of Kabara Distric

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Natabua High School Prefects Induction

Details: A total of 151 prefects were badged today during the Natabua High School prefects induction in Lautoka. While officiating as chief guest, the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts Anjeela Jokhan said the mentoring and guiding of emerging leaders was an important task for parents and guardians.

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Toolkit To Support Teachers, Schools

Details: Australian AID Access to Quality Education Programme (AQEP) team leader and senior education adviser, Dr Priscilla Puamau, was delighted with the launch. “A toolkit is a really important resource and the Disability Inclusive Toolkit was produced by AQEP, a bilateral education programme funded by the Australian Government,” she said.

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Archbishop Peter Loy Chong requests faith-based teachers

Details: The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Fiji has asked the Ministry of Education to reconsider having members of the church to head its schools. Archbishop Peter Loy Chong, in a letter to Minister of Education Rosy Akbar dated January 11, also requests that faith be an element of the Open Merit Recruitment Selection System (OMRSS).

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Forging The Future Of Education

Details: Modest amounts of education sees increases in income, health and gender equality, reduction in poverty, impacts on environment and tackling contemporary issues facing society. Governments in many countries recognise that education is the key to a successful economy, productivity, and addressing social challenges.

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Suguta Aims To Dominate Civil Engineering Field

Details: The Nabitu, Tokatoka, Tailevu lass said she was grateful to have hailed from a province that prioritises quality education for its youths. “I am grateful that the Provincial Council is investing on educating its future generations for the betterment of our village, province and …

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USP Focuses On Improving TVET Tertiary Courses

Details: Improving tertiary education in the country is the University of the South Pacific’s priority. Twenty four technical, vocational education and training (TVET) participants and twelve partner institutions from nine Pacific countries are part of a four-day regional workshop.

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Remarks By The Minister For Education, Heritage and Arts

Details: The Permanent Secretary for Education Iowane Tiko; the president of the Fiji Principals Association Kamlesh Prasad; the directors from the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts; other senior staff from the headquarters; and principals of various schools throughout Fiji.

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Technical And Vocational Training VITAL TO FIJI’S YOUTH

Details: In fact, through the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts, the Fijian Government has established the Technical College of Fiji, which has 12 campuses throughout Fiji offering hands-on technical training up to Level 2 standard in the qualifications framework. The Fijian Government is also lending its support to the Fiji National University

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Minister Akbar Emphasises On The Importance Of Education

Details: Education is one of the fundamentals to human development and key to overcoming social hardships like poverty. This was highlighted by the Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Hon. Rosy Akbar while officially opening the International Women’s Day celebrations organised by the French Embassy and Fiji Association of Women’s Graduates.

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Commission Launches Anti-corruption Resource Manual With

Details: “And it is the commission’s ultimate wish that through the manual, teachers and curriculum development unit officers from the Ministry of Education will promote and encourage students to continue learning and generate a wealth of knowledge on anti-corruption, ” she said.

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Building A More Inclusive, Equitable World For Persons

Details: Strengthening Education for children with disabilities. The Ministry of Education has been making efforts to strengthen inclusive education options for children with disabilities and their families across Fiji, while continuing to support the services that Special Schools provide children with particular and complex disabilities.

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Irresponsible Reporting Puts Fijian Lives At Risk

Details: Minister for Education, Honourable Rosy Akbar assured parents that exams have been postponed till further notice, and that the information irresponsibly published by the Fiji Times is from a circular that was released on 30 March, before there were community cases of COVID-19.

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