Quality Education for Change, Peace and Progress
To provide a holistic and empowering education system that
enables all children to realize and appreciate
fully their inheritance and potential contributing to a peaceful and
sustainable National Development
FEMIS is an initiative of the Fijian Ministry of Education.
FEMIS is the Fijian Education Management Information System.
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The Australian Government Support to Fiji Education Program shared key ideas, activities and its Year 2 priorities with more than 50 education stakeholders during the second Education Stakeholders Meeting at the Holiday Inn, Suva today. The meeting was an opportunity...
2019 ACADEMIC YEAR As the new academic year starts on Monday 14 January 2019 Hon. Minister Rosy Akbar wishes to thank all students and teachers for the achievements in 2018 and expects a step up in performance for 2019. Hon. Minister also congratulates schools that...
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Teachers – 162
Parents & Children – 163
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List of Government Schools
|1||Delainamasi Government School||Primary|
|2||Natabua Primary School||Primary|
|3||Adi Cakobau School||Secondary|
|4||Bucalevu Secondary School||Secondary|
|6||Levuka Public School||Secondary|
|7||Nasinu Secondary School||Secondary|
|8||Natabua High School||Secondary|
|9||Queen Victoria School||Secondary|
|10||Ratu Kadavulevu School||Secondary|
|11||Sila Central High School||Secondary|
|12||Suva Grammar School||Secondary|
|13||Vunisea Secondary School||Secondary|
School Terms 2019
Term 1 – 14/01/19 to 19/04/19
Term 2 – 06/05/19 to 09/08/19
Term 3 – 26/08/19 to 22/11/19
Refer Circular 46-2018 for more info
Exam Dates 2019
Exam Timetable 2019
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Technical College of Fiji
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The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts has successfully topped up approximately 80,000 Government subsidised student eTransport cards (blue cards), which are now eligible for redemption ahead of the start of Term 1.
To access these funds, all students carrying blue eTransport cards simply need to get the balance loaded onto their cards using the “redeem” function on any e-Ticketing machines installed on buses, or by visiting any Vodafone/Valuefone and Mr Mobile outlets or District Education Offices.
All cards are open for redemption from today, 10 January 2019. Parents and students are urged to redeem these funds before the start of Term 1 on Monday, 14 January 2019.
For any questions please call the Ministry’s toll-free help line on 163.