Students can access revision materials on the Ministry of Education website from Monday

Students can access revision materials on the Ministry of Education website from Monday

By Shanil Singh
Friday 07/05/2021
Permanent Secretary for Education Anjeela Jokhan

Students will be able to access revision materials from Term 1 on the Ministry of Education website from next Monday with school holidays extended till May 24th.

The Permanent Secretary for Education Anjeela Jokhan says for primary school students, they have literacy and numeracy while from years 8 to 13, there are subject-specific worksheets.

Jokhan says they have ensured that these worksheets are only one page per week so students do not get over-burdened.

She says these are not compulsory and only those students who have access can use it for revision.

Jokhan says students who do not have access to the resources can revise from their Term 1 notes, workbooks and exam papers.

The Permanent Secretary adds there will be educational broadcasts on Radio Fiji One and Radio Fiji Two and the Ministry will also be airing videos on the Education Channel via the Walesi platform.

She says they will not need to realign their curriculum if the schools re-open on 25th May, however, they have made plans for possible later dates and the required adjustments if that is not possible.




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