Window to the world opens at Naha school

Naha CHS principal Hubert Baselo and his staff inside the information lab
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Form seven students of Naha Community High School will now be able to conduct research and upload their assignments at their school.

This follows the dedication and opening of its information lab on Saturday.

School principal Hubert Baselo said inside the information lab there are 10 ‘I-5’ computers available for student to use.

He said the priority is for their form 7 arts students to do their research and upload their assignments.

He said with the wealth of information now at their fingertips the students should utilise the information lab for education purposes.

Guests and staff witnessed the dedication of the Naha CHS information lab

He said with the impact of covid-19 there are new modes of learning like Zoom introduced so the opening of the new information lab is timely for the school and the students.

“Our students can learn from others using Zoom due to Covid-19,” he said.

He advises his students to treat the information lab as their heart for training and improve their behaviour.

He said the information lab will also support staff to do their research and prepare their lesson.

He said currently 60 students are doing their form 7 Art study at Naha CHS so they will have to monitor how they can have equal access to the information lab.

Coordinator for forms 6 and 7 Martha Toilia expressed that the new information lab will allow the students to upload their assignments on their own.

Naha CHS forms 6 and 7 coordinator Martha Tolia trying out the new computer

She said previously the school teachers have to upload the assignments on behalf of their students which consume a lot of time for them.

“As coordinator for forms 6 and 7, I am very happy and thank the school principal for his great version for the school,” she said.

Baselo said the school procured the computers from South Pacific Supplier in Brisbane through their local agent in Honiara and funded under school’s funding.

Fr John Roroi dedicating the Naha CHS information lab