Students acknowledge parliament for information sharing


FORM three Social Studies students of Burns Creek Adventist School now have a fairer of the national government, rules, laws and courts after their recent visit to the Solomon Islands National Parliament.

A hundred and twenty-six form three students and their teachers visited the parliament house on May 31 and June 1.

The school stressed that the visit is held yearly and their students have benefited a lot from it thus the recent tour was very effective and reliable for students’ learning progress because they not only get to see the physical make up of our national parliament but can directly seek answers from parliament officers.

One of the teachers, Ms Noelyn Max said that the visit will boost the students’ preparation for their upcoming national exams later this year and will also prepare students to become politicians one day.

She mentioned that visit was a first time experience for some students who finally had the opportunity to speak with people there about parliament.

The students and staff of Burns Creek School wish to thank the National Parliament’s parliament staff for making the visits possible.

Burns Creek Adventist School students visit to the National Parliament.

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