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GPS Neiafu won first prize on Vavau’s National Soroban Competition

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa ,3/08/2018

The Government Primary School of Neiafu once again won the first prize on Vavau’s National Soroban Competition for this year.

GPS Liviela claimed the second prize and third place was awarded to GPS Toula.

The competition was in three categories namely, written, oral and flash competition and it was for students in class three, four and five.

After the competition, winners were presented with awards.

In the written competition in class three, the first prize was awarded to Carter Tatafu from GPS Neiafu, the outstanding student from class four was Siueti Longani again from GPS Neiafu and in class five, Toakase Hu’ahulu from GPS Liviela walked away with the first prize.

From the oral competition, in class three, Setaita Lolohea from GPS Makave won the first prize, Mounu Tomu from GPS Neiafu won the first prize in class four and Sulia Hu’ahulu from GPS Liviela won the first prize in class five.

The last category was the flash competition, Uikelotu Feke from GPS Neiafu won the first prize for class three, Siueti Longani from GPS Neiafu claimed the first prize in class four and Nancy ‘Ofa from GPS Liviela was the most  outstanding student from class five in the flash competition.

Winners of the written examination for class 3 and 4 will be brought to Nuku’alofa to represent Vava’u Primary Schools in the National Soroban Competition, next March.

About three hundred students from 21 Schools in Vava’u took part on the competition.

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