Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama visited Queen Victoria School in Tailevu yesterday.
Bainimarama was accompanied by the Minister of Education, Rosy Akbar and senior education officials.
The Prime Minister had a brief discussion with the QVS Principal on the update of the school facilities and the number of boarders in the school.
He also took time to visit the QVS dormitories that was build by the Indonesian Army after Tropical Winston.
The dormitories are currently been closed and are not used by students.
At the dormitories the Prime Minister also had brief discussion with the Principal and government officials on what plans is in place for this dormitories.
Bainimarama also paid a visit to the borders at QVS sharing sometime with them on their boarding life at the school.
He also visisted the classrooms and see for himself what upgrades the school needs to improve the daily learning of the students.
Later he checked on the cooking facilities that feeds the students during breakfast, lunch and dinner and whether it meets the standards that is required.
Bainimarama also met with the teachers and had a talanoa session with them on the challenges they faced and the Ministry of Education plans for this years school calender.
The Prime Minister assured them that they will look at the issues they have brought up and also address other difficulties the schools is facing.