Pupils learn importance of biodiversity

Saturday September 01, 2018

Apii Nikao pupils are learning about biodiversity (the variety of plant and animal life in the world or in a particular habitat such as Rarotonga’s lagoon), as part of a school-wide theme this term.

In the lead-up to National Literacy Week which starts on Monday, Nukutere College has received a donation towards the purchase of new library books.

This happy bunch of Year 5 and 6 students from Apii Nikao were spotted down at Blackrock yesterday morning.

School joins war on plastic

Tuesday August 28, 2018

A new sign has been erected at Papaaroa School to help educate visitors and locals alike when it comes to the problem of plastic waste.

Friendships were left at the door to the National Stadium on Friday and it became all about the battle of the anau as Tereora College held their annual athletics competition.

The Ministry of Education has put out tenders for supply of laptops and iPads as part of their annual capital procurement.

A group of Year 8 students from Apii Nikao is visiting Mangaia on a bi-annual school trip designed to help them learn more about the outer islands.

Students from Apii Avarua spent time in the water this week, getting hands-on experience on how they and future generations can help monitor protect Rarotonga’s reefs and lagoon.

Miss Cook Islands, Alanna Smith visited Araura College on Thursday as a special guest during Manureva Aquafest held in Aitutaki. 

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