Education

Tarome’s Learning Centre has introduced the Makaton sign language system, used to help children with communication.

Two Cook Islands schools took part in a Chinese language competition organised through the University of the South Pacific.

There was plenty of running, jumping and throwing at Araura College’s annual athletics day on Thursday.

Tereora College students have again had the opportunity to hear an inspirational account of life after school.

Students at Rutaki School are proudly wearing their new sports uniforms – and they are really looking the part.

Following an extremely successful maiden project in Aitutaki in July 2017, Travel Teacher volunteers have returned to Araura College to provide teaching support to students and teachers as part of a one-month service expedition throughout the final weeks of term two.

Students free to create own work

Thursday July 05, 2018

To end their art rotation class for the first half of the year, Tereora College Year 9 students have proudly shown off some of the creations they have made.

As part of a navigation unit in their Science class, Year 7 and 8 students from Papaaroa School launched their individual vaka creations on Tuesday.

Highland Paradise came alive, with fun, laughter – and some serious concentration, as students from Apii Arorangi, Nikao, Te Uki Ou, Avarua, Rutaki, Titikaveka College, St Joseph’s Primary and Takitumu Primary took part in the annual cultural completion on Thursday.

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