Hagara Primary School

Scout Policy in Schools

Sir Bob said The World organization of the Scout Movement is one of the world’s leading voluntary youth movement.

The Scout Movement in PNG was established 95 years ago and later enacted by the Act of Parliament in 1975.

Sir Bob said the Scout Movement in PNG has helped young men and women develop a positive mindset intellectually, socially and spiritually, since its inception in 1926.

Behaviour Management challenges addressed

The policies launched was witnessed by the Governor General and Chief Scout, Grand Chief Sir Bob Dadae, Education Minister Jimmy Uguro and Education officers, United Nations Resident Coordinator and UNICEF, European Union and representatives of the Youth development Commission.

Head teachers, principals and managers of various schools in NCD also joined the guests at Hagara Primary.

Healthy lifestyle choices encouraged

The PNG Rugby Football League was present at the school to create awareness among the students.

Present were Hunters players William Mone, Patrick Morea, Watson Boas and Moses Meninga.

Accompanying the boys was the PNG Orchids vice-captain, Della Audema.

The players focused on topics like food nutrition, importance of hydration and healthy lifestyle.

The team spoke to the school during recess with Moses Meninga summarising the talks and encouraging the children to be healthy and active. This is so they can be able to perform to the best of their ability.