Education

New college buildings working

Monday February 19, 2018

Just three weeks into the new school year, Tereora College is making great use of its new building facilities.

Cook Islanders have seized the opportunity to take advantage of the quality tertiary education delivered by The University of the South Pacific (USP), says finance minister Mark Brown.

A proud day for new school prefects

Monday February 12, 2018

Although Apii Nikao’s new school buildings may not be completed until next term, the students were raring to go at the prefect’s investiture early on Friday morning.

St Joseph Primary School is back into full swing this year after two weeks of pupils settling back into school after the long Christmas-New Year break.

Apii Avarua appoints new prefects

Monday February 12, 2018

Teachers and students were joined by proud parents and family members as Apii Avarua inducted 24 new school prefects on Friday morning.

Araura College has started on their voyage of learning this year with more pupils than it has had for some years.

Students wearing freshly-ironed uniforms were welcomed back to Titikaveka College on Monday to begin the new school year.

Proud Palmerstonians

Tuesday February 06, 2018

A group of Palmerston students in Rarotonga have made their families at home very proud, having recently attained NCEA qualifications at Levels 1 and 2 in various subjects.

Scholarship for aspiring vets

Tuesday February 06, 2018

A scholarship covering academic fees is being offered to would-be veterinary nurses in Rarotonga.

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