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Anti Drugs Day

Posted by Nabua Admin on July 7, 2014 at 9:05 PM

Nabua Sanatan Primary School celebrated Anti-Drugs Week on the 26th June, 2014. All students participated through art work, paintings, poems, songs and oratory.

Students were seated in the halls and arranged in-order. The school was also privileged to be visited by the Tabacco Control Unit of Fiji, to talk on the effects and harm of smoking in the human body.

They had talks and presentations on the harmful effects a secondary smoker can also have. Advising the young generations of Fiji to inform and be aware of what is happening around them.

The day ended with the teams presentation on a medically sustained lung that shows a heavy and a non-smoker. Students were thrilled and also excited to get a first-hand look at what happens inside the human body ie. lungs.  

A message from the students of Nabua Sanatan Primary School- " SAY NO TO DRUGS- BECAUSE DRUGS IS NOT PART OF MY LIFE"

Pre-Holi and Ram Naumi Celebrations

Posted by Nabua Admin on May 25, 2014 at 8:05 PM

Nabua Sanatan Primary School celebrated its pre-holi and Ram Naumi celebrations in the school halls on the 14th of March and on the 8th of April, 2014. The school was closed on the following days of the event, marking an improtant date on the Hindu Calendar.

The school students and teachers were fortunate to witness these important celebrations with their HIndu brothers. Sweets were distributed by the school management and entertainments were performed by the Hindu cultural students.

New Look Sanatan School Starts

Posted by Nabua Admin on May 13, 2013 at 6:55 PM

Nabua Sanatan Primary School starts today with a new makeover of sorts after the donation of new desk and chairs.

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Donation by Famous Pacific Shipping

Posted by Nabua Admin on December 11, 2012 at 4:05 AM

Famous Pacific Shipping in relation to its expansion business in Fiji has kindly donated accessories for the betterment of the children at NSPS. The accessories include sports equipments, projector, hailer, road safety  vests and others that will help the school in its operations and students safety. 


Donation from Indian High Commission

Posted by Nabua Admin on October 14, 2012 at 7:00 PM

NSPS would like to announce that Indian High Commission of India has kindly donated some musical instruments and religious books to the school to uplift and keep the Sanatan preaching active in school. This kind act of the Commission will also motivate the students to continue taking part in religious activites in school. Dipawali is just around the corner and students have started their preparations towads this celebration.

XO Cert

Posted by Nabua Admin on September 14, 2012 at 11:30 PM

NSPS would like to announce that Mr. Singh (class teacher of class 7) has successfully completed his Australian training on XO and has been certified as an OLPC XO CERT. He is the first out of the two schools to be certified. Other teachers are working on their training sessions and will be certified soon.

News Letter to the Parents

Posted by Nabua Admin on September 11, 2012 at 4:40 AM


Date: 11th September,2012                                                   Volume1, Issue .5


Greetings to all the parents and guardians. I wish towelcome you back to the school in this term.


1.0 ParentsDay: The parent’s day will be held on Thursday 13th September,2012. It starts at 8.00am and ends at 2.30pm. I urge every parent/guardian tomake every effort to come and discuss your child’s progress with theirrespective class teachers.


2.0 SchoolWebsite: Nabua Sanatan Primary School nowhas its own website which is at nsps.web.com. You can accessinformation about the school from here.


3.0 Class1 Enrollment: The school is inviting students toenroll in class 1. You are requested to come with child’s original birthcertificate, 2 passport size photos, medical card, a manila file and $99.00.Enrollment forms are available at the school office or can be downloaded fromthe school website.


4.0 OneLaptop per child (OLPC): The launching of this project hasbeen delayed due to the delay with the suppliers from abroad. Probably it willbe now launched in October, 2012.


5.0 UnpaidSchool Levy:Still there are a lot of students who have not paid theschool levy for this year and previous years. Parents/ guardians are urged tomake arrangement to pay up their child’s school levy.


6.0 Visitorsto School: All parents/ guardians andvisitors to school must report to the school office when they intend to meettheir child or class teacher. The typist will record it in the visitors logbook and issue a pass allowing the concerned person to meet the intended party.


7.0 ToothBrush Drills: There arestill some students without tooth brush. Dental hygiene is very important. Poordental hygiene can cause heart diseases. Please ensure that your child bringsthe tooth brush and water bottle to school.


8.0 EmergencyContact:Parents are urged to update their emergency contact withthe school. If you have changed your phone contact recently, please inform theschool about it so that your child’s profile could be updated.


9.0 Pilna(Pacific Islands Literacy Numeracy Assessment):the students of classes 4 and 6 will be sitting for this assessment on the 16thOctober, 2012.

Emanuel H. Kumar

Head Teacher




Posted by Nabua Admin on September 3, 2012 at 4:55 AM

Teachers please register and login to upload and download  lesson plans regarding OLPC. Leave you contributions for successful teaching and learning in Fiji and do have discussions on the forum. 

Teachers Being Certified

Posted by Nabua Admin on September 3, 2012 at 1:20 AM

Teachers of Nabua Sanatan Primary School will be receiving their certificates today after successfully completing their training on OLPC. Teachers are now well versed as to how they will be utilizing the laptops to allow students to explore the world of possibilities.

OLPC Official Opening

Posted by Nabua Admin on September 3, 2012 at 1:15 AM

The official opening of the OLPC project was held at USP Ocenia Center. Fiji Times was able to get the whole story to the public. http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=209672

Fiji TV also managed to get the new aired to the public with most of the stories.http://www.fijitv.info/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/14.23200522.wmv