Education

Year 11 students from Nukutere College took part in an all-day training course on disaster management last Friday

Term 2 at Takitumu Primary is focused on preparing for the annual Highland Paradise cultural competition to be held in the last week of school.

Apii Rutaki received over $5000 worth of stationery and school supplies from the Australian High Commission on Friday.

As part of their social science studies, Year 7 and 8 students at Titikaveka College gave a pe’e performance on Friday afternoon.

Students from Apii Avarua experienced the Environment Roadshow at Constitution Park on Wednesday.

Celebration for New Colombo Plan

Saturday June 09, 2018

The Australian High Commission in New Zealand hosted a reception on Thursday night at Flambé Restaurant, Crown Beach Resort & Spa, to celebrate the New Colombo Plan.

On the final day of the Education for Sustainable Development conference, students got to experience the National Environment Week roadshow held at Constitution Park.

To start day two of the Education for Sustainable Development conference on Wednesday, Mauke School and Titikaveka College gave their presentations.

Education ministry secretary Danielle Tuangane-Cochrane opened the three-day Education for Sustainable Development conference on Tuesday morning.

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