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Friday, 11 April 2014 12:15

How our are spending school Holidays

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As holidays have started, News on Sunday has deemed it proper to ask a few students how they are killing time during those two weeks.
Who would have thought that a secondary school of this calibre would one day see the light of day in Solferino, one of the suburbs of the town Vacoas/Phoenix?
Friday, 04 April 2014 14:00

Keats College : One School, One Family

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Named after the legendary poet Keats, this secondary educational institution of the South has produced some 5,000 students through the years, serving diverse spheres nationally and internationally.
The finals of the annual Public Speaking Competition, organised by the English Speaking Union, took place last Thursday. The nine finalists delivered a prepared speech related to the theme ‘To be Human is to Discuss’. Indeed, after much debate, the name of the grand winner was announced. Subadra Ghoorun, Upper Six student from Dr Maurice Curé College, is the lucky winner who will fly to the UK in May to participate in the International Public Speaking Competition.
Friday, 04 April 2014 14:00

Prime Minister for a day!

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This week, instead of giving a voice young to people News on Sunday gives them a position: We make them Prime Minister for a day. We ask them what they would do if they were made the national leader for a day.
Friday, 28 March 2014 14:00

Universal College : Excellence is a Habit

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Founded in 1961, Universal College is today a leading private secondary education institution in the North of the island. Throughout the years, the college has proven to be a quality education hub, where teaching and administrative staff, along with students work together to trod along the path of excellence. News on Sunday met with the boys and girls of Universal College who shared with us their ‘Universalian’ spirit and values.
Last Friday, students and teachers of the Benevolent Club of Triolet SSS (Boys) organised a day of activities for the children of the SSR Disability Services Centre. Besides dancing, music and a lunch offered by the Benevolent Club, school materials were also donated to the children of the SSR Disability Services Centre.
Amidst the lot of star schools, this is one which rarely comes in the limelight. While doing justice to its reputation of one of the best schools of the country based on its academic achievements, it can also be qualified as a pioneer for having embarked in several laudable projects. Meet the girls of Gaëtan Raynal State College (GRSC) who believe in bringing positive changes in society.
The finals of the first edition of the Intercollege Challenge Cup Debate Competition were held last week at the Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre (RGSC) at Bell Village.
The English Speaking Union, in collaboration with Barclays Bank Mauritius Limited, organised a prize-award ceremony on Friday 28 February to reward the best entries for Mauritius for the Young Commonwealth Essay Competition 2013.
Friday, 14 March 2014 14:00

D.A.V College : Love, respect and Success!

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It is 12:30 - lunch time. I step through the front gate and immediately the brouhaha of laughter and cheer of the midday break assails me.
Four Mauritians will be going to the United States this month to participate in the Pan-African Youth Leadership Program. Along with youngsters from seven other African countries, our representatives will get the chance to visit Washington DC, Chicago, and Portland during the three-week program.