Students of Suva Methodist Primary School have been encouraged by the Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Communications Manoa Kamikamica to embrace curiosity, to be unafraid of failure, and to approach each day with the determination to make a positive impact.
While speaking during the school's annual prize giving ceremony, Kamikamica says the journey of education is a remarkable one and it's not just about absorbing facts and figures, it is about cultivating a thirst for knowledge, a passion for discovery, and a resilience that propels them forward even in the face of adversity.
He says as they graduate today, they are not just closing a chapter as they are opening a door to a world of endless possibilities.
The Acting Prime Minister adds the skills and values they have gained will serve as their compass as they navigate towards the future.
Kamikamica says in a world that is constantly evolving, it is not just about what students know, but how they adapt and apply that knowledge.
He says the challenges ahead may seem daunting, but is reminding the students that within each challenge lies an opportunity for growth and success.
The Acting Prime Minister also told the students that there will be challenges as they embark on their future journey but it is how they face these challenges that will ultimately define their success.
He says the support from family, teachers, the school and their fellow pupils are extremely important and is there to remind them that they are not alone in times of difficulties.
Kamikamica says children are not just the leaders of tomorrow, they are the leaders of today, with the power to shape the world in ways that we, the previous generations, could only dream of.
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