Lockdowns, would you know what to do?

More than one month on from the Christchurch shootings and six weeks on from Tauranga schools being placed in lockdown after gun shots were heard in... Read More

Tomorrow‘s Schools Review process needs improving

News last week that the Tomorrow’s Schools Taskforce received over 5000 submissions and pieces of feedback shows the public and educators are very... Read More

Wahine on the Water

Surf lifeguards from around the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel areas made waves at one of the first Wahine on Water Events, held at Whangamata Beach over... Read More

Primary students get their hands on climate change

Tauranga primary school teachers gathered at the regional House of Science headquarters to discuss and learn about the climate change kit. The new kit... Read More

Cricket, rugby, football … and dancing

National New Zealand and Australian dancing champion Austin Taylor needs help to compete in Florida and London this year. Representing New Zealand at... Read More

Lockdowns – from a student’s point of view

At the start of April, the Ministry of Education opened a review looking at lockdowns after Christchurch was put into a city wide lockdown following... Read More

Worming into Waihi Schools

Hauraki District Mayor John Tregidga will soon be opening a can of worms in Waihi Schools. From next month, students will be having fun playing in the... Read More

$60 million Tauranga campus officially open

Staff, senior leaders and supporters gathered in Tauranga for a ribbon-untying ceremony to open the $60 million campus development. The new campus,... Read More

Providing guidance and support

Few teenagers visit their local GP, so school nurses in the bay of Plenty are filling the void with extra support particularly when it comes to emotional... Read More

Schools out for hockey

The popularity of hockey among the important younger age groups continues to grow. Places are filling fast for the first of three Tauranga Hockey holiday... Read More

Technology crucial for NZ’s future

Technology, which is crucial for New Zealand’s economic and social future, is in the hands of school children who are taking a massive interest... Read More

Good people and great causes collide

Take two security safes and a fish smoker, and what do you have? A giant plastic building set for junior pupils at Brookfield School. Tauranga-based... Read More

New classrooms for Golden Sands and Maungatapu

Minister of Education Chris Hipkins has announced $9 million to build more classrooms at six schools around the country with increasing student rolls. "The... Read More

Raising awareness one paper doll at a time

An eight and ten-year-old sibling duo have taken the country and world by storm using paper dolls. Tahatai Coast School students Emily and Dan Barback’s... Read More

Waikato PhD student aiming to prevent injuries

New research is underway at the University of Waikato’s Adams Centre for High Performance that aims to develop an easy test which will identify... Read More