Education

As part of the 2018 Putahi Ono Kuki Arani “art gathering”, several visiting artists from countries around the South Pacific went to Tereora College yesterday morning to share their artistic backgrounds and experience with the next generation of artists.

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) of the Government of Japan is set to offer scholarships to Cook Islands tertiary students wishing to study at Japanese universities.

A school-wide initiative at Takitumu Primary this year is helping children work on their social skills.

Teachers and students from the University of the South Pacific (USP) based in the Cook Islands will be travelling to China next month.

School holidays Pukapuka-style

Saturday May 05, 2018

Kids all around the Cook Islands were back at school this week after term break, but for most of them, memories of the school holidays will still be fresh in their minds.

Tereora College held a special ceremony yesterday, unveiling a monument donated by the class of 1967.

Pupils celebrate new school

Monday May 07, 2018

Prime Minister Henry Puna says China does not deserve criticism, but respect and praise for the support the Asian superpower has given to the Cook Islands and its people.

The University of the south pacific (USP) will host an evening with Cook Islands Investment Corporation general manager Tamari’i Tutangata on May 16.

When Titikaveka College held their Maori speech competition last month, they received an excellent response from the students.

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