FAUMAMANU Community High School (FCHS) in East Kwara’ae, Malaita Province has applauded the Malaita Education Authority (MEA) for carrying out an inspection program at the school last week.
The inspection was aimed at ensuring schools around the province are offering quality teaching methods and well managed.
At Faumamanu three officers conducted assessment at the school for three days.
Inspection officer Golman Holi said Faumamanu is one of the big schools in the eastern region and following their inspection they have identified its areas of concern.
One of them is cooperation between parents and teachers in order to create a conductive learning environment for students.
“This means that parents and teachers must work together,” he said.
He revealed that the school was rate 2nd during the assessment.
Mr. Holi then urged all stakeholders, communities, parents and teachers to work together in order to improve the school.
Mr. Mathew Raimae Gereniu primary head teacher thanked MEA for the initiative.
“Such idea or initiative will make a difference in the improvement and the development of rural schools.
“This will help us identify our failures in order for us to improve from where we are to make it a better place for students’ learning,” he added.
Mr. Gereniu also thanked the three officers for their time and job well done during their time at the school.