On Thursday this week, Year 5 students of Apii Takitumu received a visit from the Ministry of Internal Affairs consultant Elizabeth Wright-Koteka.

Aiming to make a difference

Wednesday April 12, 2017

Eight student leaders and 16 school councillors have decided they will make a difference to their school, Tereora College, this year.

Two Cook Islands students, one from Aitutaki and one from Rarotonga have been selected to represent the Cook Islands at the Sir Peter Blake Youth EnviroLeader Forum (YELF) in New Zealand later this month.

Representatives from the Rotary Club of Rarotonga and 14 student leaders from Tereora College turned up at the Punanga Nui Markets last Saturday morning to help the Creative Centre turn their bare hut, into a brightly painted shop.

Graduates left hanging for jobs

Tuesday April 04, 2017

A recent post on Facebook has locals in agreement over the lack of support for new graduates returning to the Cook Islands.

Tereora College has started up its weekly homework club in a bid to get students prepared for upcoming assignments.

Locals wanted for new course

Sunday April 02, 2017

Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) is calling on potential students to register for a beauty, body and spa therapy course launching this month.

Cook Islands Tertiary and Training Institute (CITTI) tutor Sarah Tonorio attended the Knowledge and Co-Creation programme for the promotion of non-formal education in Japan last month.

Apii Nikao Year 7 and 8 students are learning about cultural practices this term and last Friday they visited Highland Paradise to learn from an expert. 

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