Titikaveka College

Titikaveka College


Sorry for the delay in post but here is a mini clip from athletics day and I will add the photos ๐ŸŒธ
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Kia Orana Titikaveka college. Will there be a parents committee meeting before the end of term? Reason I am asking is that my son advised me yesterday of yet another theft at the school. So I would like to propose fund raising to install lockable lockers for the students. Being at the end of the year now it's some thing that needs addressing for next year. Happy for the parents committee to contact me direct on 55618 to discuss ideas on moving forward with this. Thank you Marisa
Was such a beautiful day for Vaka Iti and so proud of our students. Aere ki mua Teimurimotia๐Ÿ‘
Kids year 7-8 need help with reading or math - come along to the Vaimaanga Meeting house Thursdays 3.30 to 4.30pm.
On behalf ov all the gurls hahaha we wiIl be expecting Mcdonalds wen yous come back๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ”๐ŸŸ Yeeeaaah!!!!!!! Thaaanks ra sissysโ˜บ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿƒ #MissLockinton #YourTheBest #FreeTheMcdonalds #HAHAHALMFAO #GodblessyousMunchkins
Kia Orana family, here's a brief program for the Waikato Campus Tour tomorrow. We, the Waikato University Cook Islands Association(WUCIA) are excited and looking forward to the groups visit. Yous are able to park your vans at the uni's Gate 5 parking lot (I'll provide a map) there will be a sign with Titikaveka college label. Meitaki Maata
Good to read that the team arrived safely. God bless you all on your trip til you return home.

This is the Official Page for Titikaveka College. Updates and news can found on this page.

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Athletics Day ๐ŸŒด

Kia Orana Anau,

Sorry for the late post we have Miss Ngerengere connected to the school page now. Here is a mini clip from athletics with some added photos

Day 3 Literacy Week
NC Pastoral activities
- unscramble Maori & English Bible readings
- unscramble letters to make Maori & English words
- Guess what? Yes & No answer questions

Day 2 Literacy Week
NC Pastoral
- prep class character poem
- guess food using yes/no answer questions
- unscramble letters

Day 1 - Literacy Week
NC Pastoral
- Discussion on Respect (virtue of the week): What does respect mean to you?
- Practice saying something nice to a friend, acknowledge by saying โ€˜thank youโ€™ and responding with โ€˜youโ€™re welcome.โ€™
- Read a phrase in Maori and translate in English
- Team competition: game of scabbles.
More activities tomorrow! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Friday 4Sept - working in pairs, students completed their pare kikau ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Year 7 & 8 Food Technology class - thanks Ms Foster for the pics

Meitaki maata to painter Kevin Graves for donating a sink to our Visual Arts class and meitaki maata to Paradise Trades & Services Ltd who donated both time and parts to connect the sink to water! A great start on Term 3๐Ÿคฉ Wish you all a good weekend ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŽจ

Uipaanga a te Kainuku Ariki Blue-dogs (9 July) akateateamamao no apopo ๐Ÿ‘

Thurs, 9 July - Emergency evacuation took 103secs for the last person to arrive at safe area ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Kainuku Ariki (Blue) took out the overall championship ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations Kainuku Ariki - Blue-dogs ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Vodafone Rising Stars Championship

Year 7 and 8 challenge ๐Ÿ‘

Apii Titikaveka with their pe'e

Year 7 & 8 at Vodafone Rising-stars tournament on Wed 8 July at Raemaru Park.

Tuaine Papatua and our Level 1 boys on Friday 3 July, playing volleyball. Thank you Tokerau Jim for the pics.

Kia orana Parents and Caregivers of Titikaveka College students,

Our REPORTS DAY is on today, Thursday 2 July from 11am to 3pm. Teachers are spread out from Room 3 to Room 10.

Collect your child's Mid-Year report from his/her pastoral teacher before meeting the other teachers.

Ka kite
#parentsinterview #midyearreport

Year 10 SS Field trip 30.6.20

Year 10 SS Field trip 30.6.20

Apii Reo Maori - 26.6.2020

Te maani moina tai nei a Metua-Douglas Foster-Reddick ma te komakoma i roto i te reo Maori.

Te maani moina tai nei a Metua-Douglas Foster-Reddick ma te komakoma i roto i te reo Maori.

CONGRATULATIONS to our winners of the Olympic Poster Competition organized by the Cook Islands Sports.

Photos from Titikaveka College's post

From Amy Walton, Te Arikiโ€™s mum

ATTN: Titikaveka College Parents

Kia Orana all,

Unfortunately my sons new cell phone (less than 1 week old) was stolen out of his bag this week.

If by chance your child comes home with a new cell phone that you have not purchased, it would greatly appreciated if you could check it.

I have all the details of the phone e.g IMEI numbers etc so can prove it is my sons if needed.

He has finger print security access in to the phone so no one will be able to get in to.

The screen saver is a sunset at Vaianas.

It is a black Blu G8 phone.

We did not purchase this phone because we could necessarily afford it. It was purchased so he could let me know he is safe as he bikes to and from school. And most importantly so he can communicate with his father who lives in Australia at this very important period in his life.

I have been in touch with the school.


Cook Islands Ministry of Education

With July just around the corner, weโ€™re keeping our revised academic calendar pinned to the top so families can plan ahead & stay organized โœ… ๐Ÿ—“

Exciting learning experience out in the community
Meitaki e te au taeake tei ariki mai i te anau apii o Titikaveka ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Titikaveka College strongly encourages their teacher trainees to go out into the community and get to know and learn about the community as part of their teaching.
Ms. Unarii Tafale, one of the teacher trainee at Titikaveka College has been teaching her year 7 Social Studies students about Colonization and Missionary influences, life in the 1800s, the arrival of the gospel with John Williams and Papehia, and the Ariki structure and their Mana.
To apply practical work to these topics, Ms Tafale took her students on a field trip to the Takamoa Theological College, Makea Nui Grounds at Taputapuatea, Makea Karika Palace and Tinomana Ariki Palace where they received a tour and learnt about the significance of each place.
Tafale says it was a great experience for them all, they learnt a lot of things and from the field trip the students will produce projects around the importance and significance of each place.

Tera a Tony Robert raua ko Matamaru e Unuka tane

Congratulations Year 10 Matamaru Tekoronga and Tony Robert for making into the top 3 placing of CIs Maori category....

The Ministry of Marine Resources ran a schoolโ€™s essay competition last Friday, in commemoration of World Oceans Day.
Over 100 essays based around the theme Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean were submitted from college students around the island, and the Pa Enua.
On the MMR Maroro Show on Radio Cook Islands this morning Maeva-Leigh Iro-Herman said they were quite surprised to receive so many entries, and wished they were able to award every single student who put in effort to submit the essays.
From the submissions, ten came from Araura, seven from Mauke, six from Mitiaro, one from Mangaia, 64 from Tereora College, five from Titikaveka, six from Papaaroa and one from Nukutere.
The top three essay writers in the English and Maori categories will be awarded this afternoon.
Fifteen Maori essays were submitted, and top three essays went to Matamaru Tekoronga and Tony Roberts (joint equal) of Titikaveka College, Makarita Murare from Tereora College and Jan Marie Taia from Mitiaro.
Eighty-five english essays were submitted and top three essays went to Irene Hoff of Araura College, Maihanarei Short of Tereora College and Metua Terepita of Tereora College.
The talented women in fisheries spent the morning weaving kikau baskets to pack with MMR merchandise to award to the winning students this afternoon, and the Mitiaro and Araura prizes will leave on the next available flights.

Photos courtesy of Ministry of Marine Resources.

Did you see this beautiful lot in the newspaper this weekend?! I canโ€™t wait to see their inspiration being put to a canvas and invite you all to an exhibition. ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŽจ Meitaki maata Royale Takitumu for this great opportunity to experience original art from the international known Pacific Artist; Fatu Feuโ€™u.


Meitaki maata for having us Royale Takitumu! What an inspirational filed trip it was for the Visual Arts students in Year 9 & 10 today. Imagine having original art just across the road: MANEA๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿคฉ๐ŸŽจ

Titikaveka College art students came to see some pieces by Fatu Feuโ€™u today at Royale Takitumu. Meitaki maโ€™ata to their amazing teacher Ms. Maggie for giving us the opportunity to show part of our collection. It was a morning filled with laughter, looking, perception, connection and inspiration. The students will now continue to work on their pieces for their very own exhibition at the end of the term. Happy creating and looking forward to seeing your own art soon!!!

Titikaveka College

Titikaveka College's cover photo

BCI, The Bank of the Cook Islands, the peopleโ€™s bank โค๏ธMeitaki maata๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Meitaki Maata Titikaveka College for allowing BCI to be a part of the school's annual Maori school speech competition and a special congratulations to the students for delivering a spectacular presentation.

Varaire, ra 15 o Me
Te au tumutoa korero e te akapapa'anga re, mei te tai ki te 4, i roto i te au pupu.
- Pupu 7: Raelyn Brothers, William Robertson, Teina Vogel e Leandra Piniata.
- Pupu 8: Arepapa Tua, Lalytah Tangirere, Sara Ben-Marsters e Rupe Mokoroa
- Pupu 9:Wilma William, Teremoana Rae, Lilian Aratangi e Cecilia Emile
- Pupu 10: Teau Maui, Penina Katuke, Kiani Hand e Matamaru Tekoronga.
- Pupu 11: Epa Tangimetua, Clotilda Moetaua, Te Paeroa Denny e Edward Matenga.

Kia akameitaki'ia te au akava: Vae Papatua, Henrica Marona, Mauri Toa e Rutera Taripo.

Kia akameitaki'ia te au taeake tei oronga mai i te au re: Rarotongan Beach Resort, Pacific Resort e te Little Polynesian, Charlie's, Edgewater Resort, Tauranga Vananga, ANZ e te BCI.

Kia akameitaki katoa ia te taeake, Tuaine Papatua tei tauturu i te apiipii i te nga tamariki - Nathan Atera e Nuku Mokoroa, no te ta'anga'anga i te sound system - kua mako tikai, kare e manamanata.

Kia akameitaki'ia te puapii maata, Vae Unuka e te au puapii o te apii tuarua o Titikaveka no ta kotou tauturu.

Akameitaki'anga openga ki te au tamariki tei tomo ki roto i te tateni korero Maori a te apii i teia mataiti, e pera to kotou au metua.

Ka tapapa atu tatou ki teia matati ki mua, me rave akaou tatou i tetai tateni korero Maori, e ravenga akaora i to tatou reo.

Na te nga puapii o te Reo Maori Kuki Airani: Maine Charlie e Tangatataia Vaine.

Titikaveka College's cover photo

[05/15/20]   Tateni korero Maori teia popongi 10.30
20 tamariki, pupu 7-11
Reo aka meitaki ki teia au taeake no te tauturu:
1. Charlieโ€™s
2. Pacific Resort & Little Polynesian
3. Edgewater Resort
4. Rarotongan Beach Resort
5. ANZ
6. BCI
7. Tauranga Vananga
8. Tuaine Papatua
Kia akameitaki mai te Atua ia kotou katoatoa.
Akamaroiroi e te au tamariki ๐Ÿ‘

Year 11 - Level 1 students to please take note

Parents and whฤnau of NCEA students โ€“ together with NZQA, weโ€™re making changes to NCEA this year to address the impact of COVID-19.

Read more here: https://bit.ly/2Wsa89m

Radio Cook Islands - The Voice of the Nation

Revised school calendar of events provided by the Ministry of Education for your reference.
Secretary of Education Danielle Cochrane says Cabinet Ministers have given consideration to the revised school academic calendar for 2020, in light of the COVID-19 impact to the original school year.


Cook Islands - COVID-19

The Secretary of Education, Ms. Danielle Cochrane, informed us today via email that the school holidays now extended to 17 April 2020

Kia Orana e te katoatoa

Today, Tuesday 31st March, Cabinet met to consider a ministerial order with respect to our schools, childcare and education facilities.

As such, Cabinet has announced that all schools will remain closed for now โ€“ the current school holidays will be extended and anticipated to end on Friday 17th April, 2020.

As a result of this decision;
1. Remote learning, through our isolated teaching model, will not be delivered.
2. This school holiday period for all schools is anticipated to last for a further 2 weeks, ending Friday 17th April 2020.
3. Resuming learning for all schools following the extended holiday period will be subject to review and advice from Te Marae Ora.
4. This ministerial order extends to childcare facilities, including tertiary providers โ€“ Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI), University of South Pacific Cook Islands Campus and the Theological College.
5. The Ministry of Education Headquarters in Nikao, Rarotonga, will remain open during this time.

What does this mean for our schools and our teachers? โ€“ Our continued collective responsibility

The Cook Islands remain a safe place to be with no confirmed cases of COVID-19, however the escalating threat of the pandemic outside of our borders requires us to be in Code Yellow, as part of our national emergency response. The precautionary measures being applied across the Cook Islands are being well followed and further extending the school holidays is a necessary measure in reducing risk of infection to children and families.

To reiterate previous updates, keeping our children at home allows our families to practice and implement physical distancing measures and to connect together as a family.

A reminder that this extended holiday period, like all others, provides an opportunity for all teachers to rest, plan and prepare. While remote learning will not be delivered during this time, if you are already well on top of planning and prep โ€“ Great! For others who still have some work to do these further two weeks gives you every opportunity to have all necessary plans in place for remote learning, if this is announced further down the track, or for when classes resume as normal.

While we are in Code Yellow, you may still utilize resources in school to assist with planning and can also work in school during this time, so long as physical distancing measures are in place, there are no gatherings of groups of no more than 10 people and no face-to-face contact with students.

Please continue to look after yourselves, practice great physical distancing measures and regular hygiene practices. Our two free hotlines are available during this time also. That being, 0800 3388 to allow families who may be out of credit to still contact all schools via the principal and 0800 3333 for accessing professional and confidential counselling support for all school-aged students and staff. We are here to help.

COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving situation and these current measures will be continuously reviewed with advice from Te Marae Ora. For health-related and COVID-19 questions please visit www.covid19.gov.ck, there is a wealth of information available on this platform, or contact the Healthline on 29667.

If you have any questions, please send them through โ€“ Iโ€™m here to help!

Take care of yourselves and your families. Stay safe, stay informed and be kind to one another.

Meitaki Atupaka.

Danielle Tungane COCHRANE (Ms) |
Head of Ministry
Secretary General UNESCO National Commission
Cook Islands Ministry of Education
PO Box 97, Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Phone: +(682) 29357 | fax: +(682) 28357
Website: www.education.gov.ck

covid19.gov.ck Your official and direct source for Cook Islands COVID-19 updates.

Cook Islands Ministry of Education

Tena mai te karere no ko mai i te Maraurau o te Apii

This week Cabinet announced key decisions as part of the Cook Islands Government's overall national response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Included in this was the decision to bring forward an earlier than anticipated school holiday for all Rarotonga schools only. As a result,
- The last day of term one for all Rarotonga schools will be Friday 20th March 2020.
- This school holiday period is anticipated to last for 2 weeks, ending Friday 3rd April 2020.

Pa Enua schools, including Aitutaki, will remain open for instruction during this time.

Bringing forward the school holidays for Rarotonga schools is a precautionary measure to reduce the risk of infection to families. Keeping our children at home allows our families to implement and practice social distancing measures. During this time we need to minimize contact with others and give opportunity for our children to reinforce the messages of healthy hygiene practices and social distancing that they have been learning in school with their families.

The Ministry of Education will continue to provide our communities with regular updates on this evolving situation. Parents and families are encouraged to connect with your child's school if you have any questions.

We appreciate your understanding, take care of yourselves - Meitaki Maata.

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