Alota’a school salutes Australian government

Another building which contains four (4) classrooms.
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Head Teacher of Alota’a primary school Michael Maelanga.

ALOTA’A school are full of gratitude with the Australian government for their newly received school buildings.

Teachers, students and parents of Alota’a school witnessed the official handing over of the three new buildings for Alota’a primary school earlier this week in Auki.

Speaking during the official handover programme Head Teacher of Alota’a primary school Michael Maelanga salutes the Australian government for a wonderful gift – donating and funding three buildings for the school.

Mr Maelanga said the three buildings include two classroom buildings, one ablution block and four (4) rotamould water tanks.

He said both buildings contain 12 rooms which will accommodate three quarter of the students from all grades in the primary sector.

“Alota’a is the only primary school so far that benefited from this project under the Australian government through Australian federal police and through the MP for Aoke Langalanga, Mathew Wale.

“On behalf of the school board, teachers, students and parents of Alota’a primary school we are proud to receive this gifts freely from our donor partner the Australian government.

“Our responsibility is to look after this precious gift where I believe it will last this school for more generations to come.

“Students should make use of these buildings in a better environment for our children in these newly funded buildings.

“We acknowledge the Australian government, Australian federal police and MP for Aoke Langalanga for making this project possible.”

Another building which contains four (4) classrooms.