Students learn social skills
August 22, 2018 12:43 am
In an effort to eradicate crime and nurture youths to become law abiding citizens, over 50 secondary school students are currently undergoing a Bluelight program organised by the Fiji Police Force.
Students selected from schools in the eastern and central division came together to learn varying techniques to improve their behavioural conduct in school.
Program Coordinator Corporal Sevuloni Waqa says the students sacrificed their two weeks school holiday to learn more social skills and become a better person and they will surely reap the benefits of undergoing the Bluelight program.
“Our main focus of the program is to empower school children to teach them knowledge and we give them a lot of activities and within that activity they learn team work and discipline”
With the partnership of the Fiji Police Force, the Ministry of Education and Bluelight NZ, the program has enable students to learn skills that will assist them in the future.
For the students, the weeklong camp has helped them look at ways in which they can positively influence their peers.