New sports uniforms for Maori immersion school

A Maori immersion school in Rotorua will receive a grant of $25,390 to buy new sports uniforms for the school from the New Zealand Community Trust. Te... Read More

Families struggle with back to school costs

Teachers are preparing for a tough start to the school year as more families than ever struggle with back-to-school costs, due to the fallout of COVID-19.... Read More

Foreign students in country fewer than half normal

Immigration New Zealand figures show there are just 38,954 foreign students in the country and education providers have little prospect of raising that... Read More

Learning about Tauranga’s past

For those who have wondered about the early days of Tauranga, there are two highly informative nights planned this month. The Battle of Pukehinahina... Read More

Mental health help available for students

A New Zealand support service says students experiencing mental stress after receiving their NCEA results should seek out help.  "We... Read More

ECC calls for pause on lunchbox rules

The Early Childhood Council is calling for the implementation of new early learning centre food safety rules to be paused so that issues that have emerged... Read More

NCEA results ‘some of the best’ despite pandemic

NCEA results are out and it appears most teenagers overcame the disruption of the pandemic and did well in the national qualification. Education Minister... Read More

Tens of thousands access NCEA results online

About 165,000 students have today been able to access their 2020 NCEA results via the New Zealand Qualifications Authority website.  Deputy chief... Read More

Nervous students to get NCEA results

About 140,000 nervous students from across the country will be jumping online today to find out their NCEA results. The New Zealand Qualifications... Read More

Schools will feel impact of COVID-19 in 2021 – ERO

New reports published by the Education Review Office indicate the impacts of COVID-19 on learners will continue to be felt this year.   The newly... Read More

Careers event to registered nurse for BOP woman

A chance opportunity five years ago to attend a careers event with a friend opened the door for 21 year old Katelyn London to become a Registered Nurse. “My... Read More

More studying online, with education flexibility

A prominent educationalist says with more Kiwi kids engaging in part-time online learning this summer, it’s positive that Children’s Commissioner... Read More

Children’s chamber music festival takes Tauranga

New Zealand’s only chamber music festival for children, Rimufest, has returned to Tauranga for the second year. The festival happens twice a... Read More

Students support vital research at BOP hospitals

  There are 19 new faces around Tauranga and Whakatāne hospitals this summer thanks to an annual Summer Studentship Programme. The programme,... Read More

Puataunofo programme to celebrate 15th year

  A WorkSafe programme designed for Pacific workers and rooted in Pacific culture will celebrate its fifteenth year in 2021.   The Puataunofo... Read More