Aligegeo to see improvement next year

MALAITA Provincial Principal Education Officer has reassured Aligegeo Provincial Secondary School (APSS) that his Ministry is fully committed to execute plans to improve the school its infrastructure early next year. This was highlighted during the school graduation ceremony on Friday. Mr Fred Ramoli said, that the Ministry is fully committed to execute its plans effectively…

Aligegeo stages graduation

MORE than 300 students at the Aligegeo Provincial Secondary School (APSS) near Auki, Malaita Province have graduated with certificates on Friday. This included forms three (3), five (5), six (6) and seven (7). The event began with a parade from the school entrance to the graduation hall. Delivering his speech, Principal of Aligegeo Mr. Robert…

USP staff receive pay rise

The University of the South Pacific (USP) is pleased to announce a salary award for its Fiji-based Hourly Paid (HP) and Intermediate and Junior (I&J) staff. This is a result of further negotiations and consultations with USP’s management and The University of South Pacific Staff Union (USPSU). USP Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Rajesh Chandra said…

Pamua hosts graduation despite challenges

Despite of the numerous challenges it faced during the course of the 2014 academic year, St Stephen’s Community College Pamua in Makira/Ulawa province celebrated an important day in the school calendar last Friday, that was the prize giving and graduation ceremony. Parents, relatives, friends and members of the surrounding communities flocked to the relocation site…

Students encouraged to learn trade skills

Secondary school students of St Stephen’s Community College Pamua have been encouraged to enrol in Rural Training Centres (RTC) if they drop out of the formal education system. Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) assistant education secretary, Desmond Waita gave the encouragement during Pamua’s graduation ceremony last Friday. Church owned Pamua, apart from its primary and…