A new holiday programme at Apii Te Uki Ou is helping keep Rarotonga kids active while on the current three-week school break.

Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) celebrated another round of graduates on Friday last week.

As Rarotonga prepares to begin its Te Maeva Nui celebrations for 2018, Nukutere College were starting early, with their house cultural competition.

The next generation of news reporters is being trained at Takitumu Primary School.

Apii Te Uki Ou marked their 25th anniversary yesterday with an umu kai for school students, staff and parents, both past and present.

With Te Maeva Nui celebrations just around the corner, Nukutere College students took part in their annual cultural competition on Tuesday night.

For their annual Tapere Challenge, Apii Nikao students were joined by their counterparts from Rakahanga School to take part in the sporting action.

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.

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