Students must study but never forgotten parent’s support from home
Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 20/03/2017
Queen Salote College was set up to prepare local women to become leading role models physically, mentally and spiritually.
Last Saturday the Free Wesleyan Church’s school celebrated its 91st anniversary graced with the Presence of Her Majesty the Queen – Nanasipau’u the chairwoman of the EX students’ association.
The day was marked with a thanksgiving prayer led by the President of the Church – Rev. Dr. ‘Ahio and was attended by many students, ex-students, parents and many guests.
The sermon was conducted by Rev. Falematapule Lomu Director of the Evangelism Department of the church.
Preaching to the students and guests he said many students are impatient to wait for the right time to make specific decisions.
This can lead to many difficulties and hardships in life as a result.
Therefore, it is important that everything they do at school whether inside the classroom or outdoor activities it is important that they remember the support of parents from home, in order for them to have access to education.
The prayer service was followed by other programs.
Other activities were held to mark the day, and many ex-students shared their flashback on challenges they faced during their school days in previous years.
They advise students to make use of the opportunities of this modern age where life is easier and food and other materials are easy to obtain.
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