Tauranga student heads to Harvard Summer School

Tauranga Girls' College student Nina Chernova says it would be a dream to attend Harvard University, and now she has a chance for that dream to come true. Nina... Read More

Daily school attendance data now available

A new online data dashboard released on Tuesday as part of the Government's school attendance action plan makes more timely daily attendance data available to... Read More

Aspiring BOP engineer awarded $5000 scholarship

Kobe Shilton is the latest recipient of Eastland Generation $5000 engineering scholarship. Kobe is a former prefect at Whakatāne High School and now a first-year... Read More

NZ scientist helps Vietnam identify human remains

A young New Zealand scientist has joined the International Commission on Missing Persons to lead the development of tools for the large-scale identification... Read More

The challenge of Australia poaching Kiwi teachers

The head of a primary and early childhood teaching instituation says ECE teachers are being actively poached by Australia while both ECE and primary schools... Read More

Appeal to sustain environmental programmes

Iconic charity educating future Tidy Kiwis launches urgent appeal to sustain environmental programmes. Keep New Zealand Beautiful, a charity empowering young... Read More

Book celebrates NZ’s ‘six-legged ghosts’ 

New Zealand insects, whose lives are often invisible to city-dwellers, are put under the microscope in a new, richly illustrated book.   Six-legged Ghosts:... Read More

Children’s Holi celebration lights up Rotorua

The vibrant hues of Children's Holi illuminated Rotorua on Sunday, April 7, 2024, as families and friends gathered to revel in the joyous Festival of Colours.... Read More

Government tackling poor classroom behaviour

A report published by the Education Review Office today shows behaviour in New Zealand classrooms is among the worst in the OECD and action is needed, Minister... Read More

NZ unites for intergenerational climate strike

On Friday, April 5, New Zealand will witness what is beingdescribed as a historic moment, as individuals from all corners of the nation come together to demand... Read More

Families to receive help with ECE fees

Hardworking families are set to benefit from a new credit to help them meet their early childcare education costs, Finance Minister Nicola Willis says. From... Read More

Govt: almost $3m for period products in schools

The Coalition Government has committed $2.9 million to ensure intermediate and secondary schools continue providing period products to those who need them, Minister... Read More