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Salvation Army students receive dictionaries from bank

​The Grade 8 students of Salvation Army were proud recipients of Westpac Dictionaries today. Westpac PNG's Managing Director, Geoff Toone visited the school yesterday and presented them the dictionaries to use for their school exercises.

The dictionaries come at an opportune time when the school students will need to use them to find words that they don't know the meanings to or even to confirm the spelling of words.

Westpac is happy to provide this service of equipping the students with literacy aids that will see the students prosper and grow in their lives in the long run.

"We want to be able to assist in your learning and that will see your own personal development and academic achievements grow today and into the future!  A learned student will contribute to family, community and country development in the long run," Toone said. Read more on >> PNG Education News

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