Tereora College’s senior students assembled at the national school yesterday to finalise their subjects for this year’s course selection.
Ministry of Health staff are being praised for their efforts to further their education and improve the health of each and every Cook Islander.
It’s a common practice for school children to have to do homework, like reading, learning how to spell new words, practising basic maths facts, or even projects that are designed to be completed over a longer period of time.
All over the Cook Islands, children who have enjoyed the excitement of Christmas and weeks of fun and freedom during the annual summer holidays, are finally gearing up for that big day when school starts again.
From hair and beauty, mechanics and construction to hospitality and culinary arts, The Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute is ready to bring the Cook Islands another year of high-quality education courses.
NCEA results for 2015 were released on Tuesday morning. While the Ministry of Education isn’t quite ready yet to make an official statement, CI News understands that the results so far are good and that hard work on the part of many of the country’s secondary schools students has paid off. Like many secondary school student, Nadtazkia Puna (pictured) was a little nervous yesterday when she went online to check her results, but was pleased with the outcome. 16111308