On Wednesday last week Year 10 students nervously but courageously took centre stage at the New Hope Church to take part in the BCI Year 10 Business challenge hosted by the Bank of the Cook Islands and Ministry of Education.

Nukutere College art students were transformed into navigators this week as part of a creative project aimed at understanding more about the geography of the Cook Islands. 

For the past 12 weeks Tereora College has been running a special programme aimed at making their students better readers. 

Rutaki pupils cycle to win

Monday July 06, 2015

The Bike 2 School Week competition, which ran from June 22 to 26, invited students to bike to school instead of using motorised transportation such as a car or scooter.

Teacher scores notable first

Tuesday June 30, 2015

No ocean was wide enough to keep local teacher Samantha Puati from becoming a fully registered teacher in New Zealand.

Rarotonga primary students walked away from this week’s cultural competition with a richer understanding of their Cook Islands culture.

Fun and games at Takitumu

Monday June 22, 2015

Playtime at Takitumu pre-school is a noisy and joyous time for both the kids and staff.

A VISITING trade lecturer is impressed with the skill level of aspiring tradesmen in the Cook Islands.

Teachers on Rarotonga were given some tips on how to help struggling young readers at a workshop last Thursday.

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