Education

THE START of stage one of the redevelopment plan at Tereora College remains on track with requests for tenders for the construction for its first two buildings to be issued today.

THIRTEEN Year 12 students from Tereora College worked with with Ministry of Agriculture staffs in Ngatangiia last week as part of their practical training.

A GROUP of Tereora College students had the privilege of learning some key vocal techniques from the visiting tenor opera singer Filipe Manu.

Learn more about NCEA

Tuesday May 31, 2016

TEREORA College will host a National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) information evening to parents and teachers new to the programme at 5pm today.

Sixteen year 11 students of Titikaveka College have been encouraged to further their studies after completing high school.

AVARUA School was filled with laughter and excitement on Thursday as the school welcomed the family of Edith Marita Hill Newmani, a former school teacher at the school.

When a team from Cook Islands News visited Avarua Primary School to get an update for the Saturday Kids Page, they found some of the children using high tech methods to learn.

Cook Islands Seabed Minerals Authority already has a database for all Cook Islanders around the world whose jobs involve seabed minerals or who work in related fields.

Boost for teachers of CI Maori

Wednesday May 18, 2016

Teachers of Cook Islands Maori from around the country are attending a four-day workshop at the Ministry of Education office in Nikao.

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