Education

Blessing for new classrooms

Wednesday November 09, 2016

TEREORA College had a blessing for the new refurbished classroom and outdoor learning area on Friday.

Top honour for accountant

Tuesday October 25, 2016

Cook Islander Caren Rangi is among 58 chartered accountants worldwide to have been awarded a top accounting honour recognising outstanding service to their profession and communities.

AS INVESTIGATIONS continue into a fire that damaged three classrooms at Tereora College in August, the school continues to function as normally as possible.

Students dress up to promote literacy

Monday September 26, 2016

Apii Te Uki Ou celebrated their own version of World Literacy Day on Friday last week after postponing the event for a week.

THEY SAY the key to success is hard work and endurance and yesterday students of Tereora College were rewarded for this year’s excellent results obtained so far.  The school’s motto “Kia Toa’’ pays tribute to being strong and courageous in their pursuit of learning.

Olympic athlete inspires students

Monday September 19, 2016

STUDENTS at Titikaveka College gained plenty of inspiration from a visit from Cook Islands weightlifting champion, Luisa Peters on Thursday this week.

TEREORA College has introduced a new learning method known as the “Tinkering Programme” for the Year 9 Technology class.

Year 10 business students of Nukutere College were presented with feedback last week for their participation in this year’s Bank of the Cook Islands (BCI) Business Challenge.

Nukutere thinks big!

Friday July 15, 2016

THE MINISTRY of Education has begun a pilot programme as part of the UNESCO Global Citizenship Education programme.

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