School farewells teaching couple

Saturday September 19, 2015

Apii Te Uki Ou primary school students waved “ka kite” to principal Simon Drewery yesterday.

Aussie trainees head home

Saturday September 19, 2015

Twenty-four Australian teaching students are taking a slice of Cook Islands’ education home with them today after three weeks teaching on Rarotonga.

Fun dress-up day promotes literacy

Friday September 18, 2015

It seemed almost as though The Avengers of movie fame had assembled for a mission.

Hollywood veteran lends expertise

Thursday September 17, 2015

Students at Nukutere College had a rare opportunity to brush up their film and editing skills last week, with the help of a former Hollywood film editor.

Teachers and students at Tereora College celebrated World Literacy Day to fundraise for their own champion of words last week.

Opportunity awaits in UK

Tuesday September 15, 2015

A new round of scholarships to study for a Master’s degree in the United Kingdom has opened up, and the Cook Islands have just one open spot up for grabs.

Pictured are graduates of the 12 week Self Reliance Course run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently.

New project promotes child literacy

Thursday September 10, 2015

A collaborative project in the Cook Islands aims to improve literacy for children in grades one, two and three.

Dictionary work in progress

Wednesday September 09, 2015

The Ministry of Education says there is still more work to be done to the Cook Islands Maori Dictionary mobile phone application launched last week.

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