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February 27, 2020
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Queensland Parliamentarians Visit Early Childhood Education Centre

by Jack Lapauve Jnr – EM TV, Port Moresby

A delegation of nine Queensland Parliamentarians and members headed by Queensland’s Speaker Fiona Simpson visited the early childhood education students in Port Moresby’s Evedahana community recently.

They were warmly welcomed by the school children and spent time with the children in a session of interacting in the classroom.

Speaker for the Queensland Government Fiona Simpson said giving skills at a younger age is a fundamental value and a huge impact in children.

The Honorable Speaker for the Queensland Government Fiona Simpson said giving skills at a younger age is a fundamental value and a huge impact in children.

“It is an inspiring and an educational visit to this Library, because we are keen to understand our ground work at such stages and helping to build and lift Early Childhood Learning here in Papua New Guinea.

It was also an experience and a privilege for the parents, the school and the surrounding communities to have the delegates visit the partnership library.

The delegation was in the country for four days before departing to Australia.

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