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.

THE Education Ministry’s Book in Home Project assemblies ended on a high note yesterday (Friday) with students reminded once again of the importance of reading.

STUDENTS of St Joseph School were yesterday reminded on the importance of reading books and literature, and their contribution to a knowledge-based society.

Thirty-three Southern Cook Islands students are leading the way in gaining a better understanding of climate change and how different organisations are tracing its global effects.

In a bid to help improve the school and boost the number of students attending it, Titikaveka College is to undergo a name change.

There was plenty of excitement among students from Araura College, Enuamanu School, Mangaia School and Mauke who attended the Pa Enua Tonga work experience programme this week.

Big day for speech finalists

Wednesday April 20, 2016

EIGHT young orators from various secondary schools will come together to take part in the WW100 Secondary Schools Speech Competition at Ngatipa, the New Zealand High Commissioners residence at 5pm today.

Recycling has become much easier for students at Apii Nikao now that they have received their new recycle centre.

The senior students of Araura College welcomed a guest speaker from Helplink Cook Islands last week to talk about tertiary options available after secondary school.

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