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It’s back to school time for pupils

Saturday February 02, 2019

Rising early, rushing breakfast, getting dressed in uniforms, making lunches, hurrying to catch buses or transport, and maybe a few tears as well, would have been the norm in many households on the island this week as students started back at school on Monday,

School rolls rising on island

Saturday February 02, 2019

More than 2500 pupils are currently enrolled in schools on Rarotonga.

Nukutere’s new prefects

Saturday February 02, 2019

Nukutere College students were inducted as prefects, with badges presented by Bishop Paul Donoghue during mass at the St Joseph’s cathedral in Avarua yesterday.

Parker motivates Nukutere students

Wednesday January 30, 2019

Champion fighter Joseph Parker was first introduced to boxing at the tender age of 3.

Despite the rain the week-long Atui’anga Ki Te Tango (immersing in our Maori traditions/values) children’s cultural holiday programme ended with both the Takitumu and Te Au O Tonga branches preparing their last combined meal in good spirits yesterday.

All around the country school children are making the most of the last couple of weeks of the school holidays.

Two new school principals appointed

Saturday January 12, 2019

Two new principals have been appointed and five others have been reappointed to Cook Islands schools this year.

National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) results will be released to all students who studied at NCEA levels 1, 2 or 3 in 2018, on January 14 (Cook Islands time).

USP Plus events well-received

Monday January 07, 2019

A recent survey asking for people’s thoughts regarding the future of USP Plus has sent the clear message that its monthly meetings should continue, says Professor John Hay.

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