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Education

Kids page: Kids helping kids

Saturday January 18, 2020

Australian children are some of the hardest-hit by the Australian bushfires. And so it was Cook Islands children who were at the forefront of this community’s drive to raise money to support those left homeless by the fires. 

Airport Authority fire officer Christiano George is thrilled the boat masters certificate course is now conducted by a tutor fluent in Maori and English.

Secondary teachers are threatening industrial action after negotiations for pay parity with foreign teachers hit a brick wall. 

God answers prayers for top students

Saturday December 07, 2019

Some of the country’s top primary students inspire their classmates with brave words at their school prize-giving ceremonies. 

‘I have made my family proud’

Saturday November 09, 2019

Just like in the movies, Tereora College’s threw their own hand-made mortarboard caps up in the air to celebrate their prize-giving and graduation yesterday. 

The colours in Apii Te Uki Ou students’ paintings told stories all of their own.

Tereora College Year 9 students Ngametua Tuakana and Ngaoa Emmanuela were relaxed at their prize giving rehearsal yesterday afternoon and are looking forward to the annual event tomorrow morning.

Ensuring kids count

Tuesday November 05, 2019

Cook Islands schools are taking part in groundbreaking research designed to improve Pacific children’s mathematics skills. 

Local teachers for local schools

Friday October 25, 2019

A fast-track degree is intended to train up more Cook Islands teachers – but they say the government must address poor pay as well, reports Anneka Brown.

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