It was an exciting moment for more than 50 Early Childhood Education and Grade 1 students from St Joseph School when they visited the Cook Islands Fire Station at the Rarotonga International Airport yesterday.
The children at Imanuela Akatemia Christian School in Ngatangiia are exercising great amounts of self-control, as they wait for their brand new playground to be finished and made safe.
Recently children and staff from Blackrock Preschool came in their pyjamas. It was part of a fun day “to add a bit of variety and excitement to our week.
Following on from the recent Literacy Week run by the Ministry of Education, we are going to be publishing some of the winning entries from the creative writing competition over the next few weeka. The theme for this year’s competition was “Cook Islands Heroes”.
"Goodbye Monash. We give our love back to you for teaching us,” said a sign at Nukutere College during the farewell of three student teachers on Friday, and judging by the tears shed at the ceremony, the feeling was mutual.
A number of contracts between staff and the Ministry of Education are due to finish at the end of the school year, creating a volume of vacancies for teachers, principals and education specialists in Rarotonga and the Pa Enua.