WATSAN director Jamie Short and Infrastructure Cook Islands waste programme coordinator on assignment with VSA, Hilary Boyes, showed a group of year two Apii Avarua pupils around the Rarotonga landfill on Friday.
St Joseph’s School held their Literacy Week this week, after their school schedule made it impractical to hold it last week with the rest of the Cook Islands.
Apii Avarua’s 500 students dressed up as their favourite literary characters, filling the National Auditorium grounds with colour and laughter for their literacy week finale.
Tereora college students made the most of an opportunity to sell both the business products they had come up with and a variety of foods at the college on Thursday.
Tereora College Dragons Den Young Enterprise Scheme winners were selling their book Rarotongan Basic Phrase Book at the school’s trade day yesterday.
A unique package of bed linen for single and queen-sized beds with matching pillow slips was launched by the Raro Comfort team, at the college trade day on Thursday.
The careers expo at Tereora College was about showing not just her pupils, but the wider student body some of the potential career paths available on Rarotonga, says commerce teacher Christina Ganivatu.
Students at Pukapuka’s Niua School held a special assembly on Tuesday to celebrate the school’s three winners of the recent Ministry of Education creative writing competition.