These books were supplied by members of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in partnership with New Zealand Participating Police Force (PPF) as part of community policing program.
They were handed over to the school by the New Zealand assistant police commissioner Malcolm Burgess.
The books will be used by the early childhood, primary, secondary students and teachers of the school for as some of the resourceful tools.
This was the second time the school received school materials.
Koloale school headmistress Jenny Ofu thanked the RSIPF and NZ PPF for the donation.
“We are pleased to received the books which were being donated from various schools in NZ, collected by NZ police officers, families and friends.
“It is very important the RSIPF have a division to deal with young people in the community addressing issues affecting youths,” the headmistress said.
Mrs Ofu said with the help from teachers, the school is trying its best to help students to address negative issues affecting them in school.
She added some of the books donated were very good and would definitely help students in their learning ability in terms of reading, writing and understanding English at their various levels.
“This is for additional studies and researching for assignments and tasks,” she said.
She said students normally have library corner in their own classrooms for reading lessons as the school is yet to build a library.
Mrs Ofu added that teachers are privileged to get very good resourceful textbooks for more creative activities to teach students.
The school hoped to receive more reading books in the future to help the students to read and to understand English properly.
By TRIXIE CARTER
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