Education

School rewards high achievers

Friday February 17, 2017

Acknowledging high-achieving students’ efforts is a way to give pupils an extra incentive, according to the principal of Tereora College Tania Morgan.

Cook Islands teachers have been recognised for the high standard of work completed in NCEA Mathematics with Statistics and Cook Islands Maori.

Twelve step up as student leaders

Tuesday February 14, 2017

Twelve students have been elected as Titikaveka College’s student leaders for the year.

The inauguration ceremony for the 2017 prefects also celebrated the fact that students last year achieved the school’s biggest success in National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) in many years.

Youngsters eye dream jobs

Saturday February 04, 2017

STUDENTS at Apii Te Uki Ou have begun their first school project, called, “Future Me”. Year 5 and 6 students were given the opportunity by their teacher, Amy Koekemoer, to pursue their dreams.

Senior school science classes at Mauke School have begun looking more like literacy classes, but for good reason.

Enrolments continue at Imanuela

Wednesday February 01, 2017

IMANUELA Akatemia continues to accept enrolments for students who are still making their way back to Rarotonga after school holidays spent in other countries such as New Zealand and Australia.

APII TE Uki Ou has started the new school year with a revamp of the school building and playground.

Three hundred students have enrolled into Apii Nikao this year and the school is going to great efforts to provide quality education for each and every one of them.

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