October 2011 Blog Posts (3)

fiji day celebration

Today the forms 3,4 and 5 travelled to Nuku to celebrate Fiji day with Banaban Primary and Tabiang Primary schools.We are left behind with the form 6 and 7 who are having their annual exams next week.

The principal took the camera so we would download photos next time....... cheerio.

Added by Tumeima T Rotan Wiriam on October 7, 2011 at 9:15am — No Comments

correction for w.teachers'day

the correction is ...'a day for teachers to be fed' not students to be fed.

Added by Tumeima T Rotan Wiriam on October 7, 2011 at 9:10am — No Comments

World teachers day

Yesterday was world teachers day and the humble teachers here decided as usual to forego the celebrations. This has been our practise for years now. How come? I'll tell you why... one year all the enthusiatic students laughing boarded the truck with their salusalu and robei for their individual teachers.Someone asked,' who is that for?' The student said proudly, 'oh it is for my teacher.' A bitter reply came,' well,it is a day for the students to be fed all the nice food by their students.'…

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Added by Tumeima T Rotan Wiriam on October 7, 2011 at 9:08am — 1 Comment

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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.

SHARING

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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