September 2011 Blog Posts (3)

Latest Activities at RHS - 28 Sept 2011



Lately there has been a lot happening in school.


The teachers went for their respective workshops in Savusavu. Madam Tutu went with Head-girl for a SYSTEMS SCHORLARSHIP WORKSHOP.  A week later she went again with the TVET dept for their task and project… Tutu was one busy lady these past weeks. [Photo 6]


Also the buildings in school are…


Added by Stacey King on September 28, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments

engllish vs vernacular

Again we are fighting to uplift the english expression of our students.Vernacular always rears its unwanted head in school and detention is one way of encoraging students to use english.Sometimes it seems that the students do not want to waste their time with such a language!!! We welcome any constructive suggestion that would make students speak english more in school.

Added by Tumeima T Rotan Wiriam on September 9, 2011 at 12:41pm — No Comments

prime minister's visit

We are thankful for the visit which was advertised through the photos preceding this.One point of interest was that all who came were influential people who upon consensus would approve of future projects for the school.As a result , we are getting two staff quarters next year and an ablution block for the students.What really had us in tickles during the visit was the fact that we were all out at the admin block ,looking our best.... and when the first part of the envoy arrived ,they did not… Continue

Added by Tumeima T Rotan Wiriam on September 9, 2011 at 12:26pm — No Comments


Discussion - Old Days of Rabi High School 1 Reply

 This discussion was started on Banaban Voice and includes:List of past teachers; and lots more: …Continue

Tags: banaban-education, secondary-learning, banaba, Banabans, Rabi-island

Started by Stacey King. Last reply by Riire Tearawa May 20, 2014.

Homesick??? 3 Replies

Just couldnt resist signing in as I perused the RHS articles. Brought back many, many happy and sweet memories I am shedding satiated tears of joy internally.Yeah, I was fortunate and very honored to…Continue

Started by Atarake T. Rotan. Last reply by Atarake T. Rotan Sep 11, 2013.

flag raising 4 Replies

greetings,Every day we honour our flag and the students are really into this.They raise and lower the beloved flag with care and respect..... but you know us .... we cannot resist smiling so much…Continue

Started by Tumeima T Rotan Wiriam. Last reply by Riire Tearawa Mar 28, 2013.


I was brought up in a community that had no written record.of our origins. I was told , then, that I ,as a Banaban, was a member of a unique race, blah, blah, blah,....But living in Kiribati, the…Continue

Started by Atarake T. Rotan Nov 15, 2012.


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