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Education Main

Education one would agree is the key or it plays an important role to one's quality of life and the developments whether be social or economical of one's country. This holds truth for Niue as well.

Education in Niue is provided for free by the Government of Niue to all children attending Primary and Secondary schools. It is compulsory to all children from the age of 4 to 16.

There are four formal education institutions in Niue which caters for the (prescribed) educational needs of the Niue people as oppose to numerous non-formal learning institutes. These (formal institutes) includes:

Niue Primary School and Early Childhood Education by class level and sex

Niue Primary School and  Niue High School  Tertiary 
Early Childhood Education       USP & St Clemens 
Year Students Teachers Teacher Student Ratio Students Teachers Teacher Student Ratio Students
1990 384 28 1:14 279 25 1:11 na
1991 337 22 1:15 304 27 1:11 na
1992 na na na na na na na
1993 324 18 1:18 317 31 1:10 na
1994 358 17 1:21 329 31 1:11 na
1995 332 18 1:18 306 30 1:10 na
1996 307 15 1:20 320 30 1:11 na
1997 278 14 1:20 312 24 1:13 na
1998 na na na na na na na
1999 268 17 1:16 268 31 1:09 na
2000 250 17 1:15 259 33 1:08 na
2001 256 18 1:18 242 26 1:09 na
2002 251 17 1:15 240 29 1:08 na
2003 na na na na na na na
2004(T4) 216 17 1:13 211 29 1:07 *S1-53
              *S2-45
2005(T1) 190 24 1:08 206 26 1:08 *S1-53
              -2

 

Source: Department of Education, Niue High School, Niue Primary School

Note: Figures from the University of the South Pacific(*) and St Clemens University (+)are not available.
T4 - Term Four
S1 - Semester One

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