THEY SAY the key to success is hard work and endurance and yesterday students of Tereora College were rewarded for this year’s excellent results obtained so far.  The school’s motto “Kia Toa’’ pays tribute to being strong and courageous in their pursuit of learning.

Olympic athlete inspires students

Monday September 19, 2016

STUDENTS at Titikaveka College gained plenty of inspiration from a visit from Cook Islands weightlifting champion, Luisa Peters on Thursday this week.

TEREORA College has introduced a new learning method known as the “Tinkering Programme” for the Year 9 Technology class.

Year 10 business students of Nukutere College were presented with feedback last week for their participation in this year’s Bank of the Cook Islands (BCI) Business Challenge.

Nukutere thinks big!

Friday July 15, 2016

THE MINISTRY of Education has begun a pilot programme as part of the UNESCO Global Citizenship Education programme.

Students learn from a master

Wednesday July 13, 2016

THE WORLD War One Sound Shells for the Kuki Airani Soldiers project brought New Zealand-born Pacific artist Michel Tuffery to the Cook Islands to collaborate with communities throughout the country, connecting the past to the present.

THIS WEEK Te Ipukarea Society received their 40 earthmaker compost bins from New Zealand.

A  GROUP of business enterprise students at Tereora College have taken on an initiative to promote healthy living lifestyles to Cook Islands residents through their school business project.

THE START of stage one of the redevelopment plan at Tereora College remains on track with requests for tenders for the construction for its first two buildings to be issued today.

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