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Bósnia Herzegovina, Avaz , Bósnio

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Inglaterra, The Guardian, Inglês

Inglaterra, The Guardian, Inglês

Inglaterra, The Sun, Inglês

Inglaterra, The Sun, Inglês

Bélgica, Le Soir, Francês

Bélgica, Le Soir, Francês

Rússia, The Moscow Times, Inglês

Rússia, The Moscow Times, Inglês

Holanda, Nieuws, Holandês

Suiça, La Liberte, Francês

Suiça, La Liberte, Francês

Suiça, NZZ, Alemão

Suiça, NZZ, Alemão

Turquia, Haber Ekspres, Turco

Turquia, Haber Ekspres, Turco

Grécia, Protothema, Grego

Grécia, Protothema, Grego

Grécia, Tanea, Grego

Grécia, Tanea, Grego

Croácia, Zagreb Ancija, Croata

Croácia, Zagreb Ancija, Croata

Noruega, Aftenposten, Norueguês

Noruega, Aftenposten, Norueguês

Noruega, DN, Norueguês

Noruega, DN, Norueguês

Bósnia, Hayat, Croata

Bósnia, Hayat, Croata

Estônia, Aripaev, Estoniano

Estônia, Aripaev, Estoniano

Romênia, Ziarul de Lasi, Romeno

Romênia, Ziarul de Lasi, Romeno

Romênia, Cotidianul, Romeno

Romênia, Cotidianul, Romeno

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Bósnia Herzegovina, Avaz , Bósnio

Bósnia Herzegovina, Avaz , Bósnio

Espanha, El Mundo, Espanhol

Espanha, El Mundo, Espanhol

Inglaterra, The Guardian, Inglês

Inglaterra, The Guardian, Inglês

Inglaterra, The Sun, Inglês

Inglaterra, The Sun, Inglês

Bélgica, Le Soir, Francês

Bélgica, Le Soir, Francês

Rússia, The Moscow Times, Inglês

Rússia, The Moscow Times, Inglês

Holanda, Nieuws, Holandês

Suiça, La Liberte, Francês

Suiça, La Liberte, Francês

Suiça, NZZ, Alemão

Suiça, NZZ, Alemão

Turquia, Haber Ekspres, Turco

Turquia, Haber Ekspres, Turco

Grécia, Protothema, Grego

Grécia, Protothema, Grego

Grécia, Tanea, Grego

Grécia, Tanea, Grego

Croácia, Zagreb Ancija, Croata

Croácia, Zagreb Ancija, Croata

Noruega, Aftenposten, Norueguês

Noruega, Aftenposten, Norueguês

Noruega, DN, Norueguês

Noruega, DN, Norueguês

Bósnia, Hayat, Croata

Bósnia, Hayat, Croata

Estônia, Aripaev, Estoniano

Estônia, Aripaev, Estoniano

Romênia, Ziarul de Lasi, Romeno

Romênia, Ziarul de Lasi, Romeno

Romênia, Cotidianul, Romeno

Romênia, Cotidianul, Romeno

Estônia, Laane Elu, Estoniano

Ilhas Cook, Cook Island News, Inglês


‘You need to be strong enough to stand up for what is right’

Titikaveka College Head Girl, Raelyn Brothers with her mother Naomi Mataio Ru and her niece Olivia Matata. MELINA ETCHES/24022313

Titikaveka College and Apii Rutaki Primary School held their annual prefect investiture ceremonies, where student leaders were encouraged to be strong, brave, and selfless in their roles.

Titikaveka College has a new principal this year,
Raewyn Morgan from Aotearoa New Zealand.

Yesterday, the smallest college on the island with a
roll number of 79, held its annual prefect investiture ceremony, well-attended
by proud parents and guardians.

In her welcoming address, Morgan said: “As a leader
you need to be strong enough to stand up for what is right.”

“You need to be brave to set the example for your
peers.

“You need to be fearless in the face of challenge, but
you never have to do it alone.

“All of us are gathered here today to show you we
support you.” The principal said they are ready to guide the new student
leaders through their journey.

Morgan expressed her pride in having the prefects
represent and lead the school and looks forward to an exciting year filled with
events and joy.

In his speech, head boy William Robertson said they
aspire to provide a better, safe school environment for all students.

“We hope to drive with dedication, grace, integrity,
honesty and responsibility to bring on the best outcome for our school, our
students, teachers and community,” said Robertson.

“A great leader will always lead people towards a
better future.

“Leadership is all about selflessness.

“It is about thinking about the goals of society
before personal goals.

“A good leader will always lead by example and will
always be focused on his or her goals.”

Robertson encouraged the students not to be afraid of
failing but instead to be willing to “fail big and grow an even stronger
foundation”.

“Always remember that dreams without goals are just
dreams, and don’t inspire to make a living, inspire to make a difference,” he
said.

Robertson acknowledged that leaders will face
challenges but must persevere, learn from their mistakes, and come back
stronger.

He expressed gratitude for his supportive parents
Upokomaki and Guy William Robertson and teachers “for believing in me”.

Head girl Raelyn Brothers expressed her honour and
excitement to be chosen to lead the girls.

Having served as a prefect last year, she plans to
leverage her experience to contribute to the school’s betterment.

Mechatronic engineer and former Miss South Pacific,
Joyana Meyer Finch, a former prefect of Tereora College, also addressed the
prefects.

“True leadership means leading by example, inspiring
others through your actions and lifting them up in times of need,” said Finch,
now a children’s book author.

Reverend Panu Rouru blessed the students. Titikaveka
MP Sonny Williams and Terry Utanga, representing the Ministry of Education, also
attended the investiture.

This year, the college has introduced new courses,
including level one arts and visual arts, level one geography, agriculture and
horticulture classes, and hospitality.

Titikaveka College 2024 Prefects:
Head Boy – William Robertson, Head Girl – Raelyn Brothers, Jacob Toa, MacFan
William Rani, Reif Arnold, Amos Rimamotu, Leandra Piniata, Jehanne Rea-Monga
and Miracle Puia.

Apii Rutaki, the smallest primary school of 75
students with the biggest heart situated on the west side of the island, also
celebrated their Year 6 student leaders’ investiture yesterday.

Head leader, Marius Maoate, said she felt great taking
on her new role and was excited to do her best to help out the students and the
teachers.

Prefect Joshua Turaganicolo said: “I have to be
responsible and lead the school well.”

Year 6 teacher, Tatari Mitchell-Ngatoko, was proud of
her student leaders embracing their new roles.

“Their responsibilities are to help out the teachers
in the school with the routines and being responsible inside the classrooms,”
Mitchell-Ngatoko said.

“Our student leaders are to show good examples for our
little ones – someone for them to look up to.



Apii Rutaki 2024 Prefect Leaders: From left: Marius Maoate – Head Leader, Jazeladi Andrew, Katetubeta Katuke – Assistant Head Leader, Joshua Turaganicolo and Maxwell Metuataopu Mare (Absent Ikurangi Tiro). Front left: Glassie Matata – PTA chair, Nio Mare, Ititau Mare, Tinomana Tokerau Ariki and Apii Rutaki principal Margaret Teiti. MELINA ETCHES/24022303

Apii Rutaki’s investiture was attended by Tinomana
Tokerau Ariki, well-known Papa Nio Mare and his wife Ititau Mare, and Apii
Rutaki Parents Teachers Association chair Glassie Matata.

Apii Rutaki 2024 Prefects:
Marius Maoate – Head Leader, Jazeladi Andrew, Katetubeta Katuke – Assistant
Head Leader, Joshua Turaganicolo, Maxwell Metuataopu Mare and Ikurangi Tiro
(absent).





RPT

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