The Ministry of Education is seeking expressions of interest from the public who wish to further their studies under the 2017 New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarship.

Service brings books to community

Wednesday April 13, 2016

The Ministry of Education through their Language and Culture Division launched the first day of the “Books in Homes” project yesterday at Nukutere College.

Pupils have fun making own boats

Tuesday April 12, 2016

Learning the value of transportation by sea, the Early Childhood Education (ECE) class at Vaitau Primary School on Aitutaki spent two fun-filled weeks learning about the different types of transportation that can be used on the ocean.

Students and teachers of Tereora College in Rarotonga are excited about the much-anticipated redevelopment project for their school.

The president of the Cook Islands National Council of Women, Vaine Wichman and an executive member representing the Women’s Teachers Association of the Cook Islands, visited Aitutaki on Thursday of last

Tereora College festival success

Saturday April 09, 2016



Tereora College held yet another successful food festival at the Te Atukura grounds yesterday.

Have you ever heard the terms “pile weaves,” “damasks” or “weft?”

Writing inspires Apii Nikao pupil

Saturday April 02, 2016

Apii Nikao student, Kayla-Moana Fraser’s dream is to one become one of Cook Islands’ most inspirational writers.

College unveils redevelopment plan

Thursday March 31, 2016

Tereora College held a ceremony to unveil the school's redevelopment plan on Wednesday afternoon. 

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