Back to school in Alert Level 2

Schools in the Bay of Plenty will be back to normal as of today and educators in the region are hoping to make it as exciting and safe a return as possible... Read More

Students in lockdown can go on virtual field trip

Taranaki is the most likely New Zealand volcano to cause a national-scale impact in our lifetimes and a new virtual field trip will help prepare tamariki... Read More

Eastern Bay students excited for future careers

Eastern Bay senior school students are focussed on their futures according to a new survey by Toi Economic Development Agency.  Toi... Read More

Tauranga primary schools‘ music festival postponed

The Tauranga Primary School’s Music Festival that was due to be held this week has been postponed until November, due to the Alert Level 4 lockdown. The... Read More

Sunflower Project to help grow the next generation

Daltons are hoping to bring smiles to the faces of over 11,694 kindy children around New Zealand with their 2021 Sunflowers in Kindergartens Project... Read More

Science to take over Tauranga CBD

  Tauranga’s STEMFest is getting closer with the official launch of this year’s project being a “great success”.   Sponsors... Read More

Ballance Agri-Nutrients sponsor science fair award

Ballance Agri-Nutrients has announced a nationwide programme of sponsorships intended to foster and celebrate scientific and innovative thinking among... Read More

Local chess champs qualify for national finals

One college chess team from Tauranga, and two intermediate and primary school chess teams from Rotorua have qualified this week for the national chess... Read More

Black cranes and monster stories

Tauranga author Lee Murray is now a two-time Bram Stoker award winner and monster lover, yet she is still scared of the dark. In a New Zealand first,... Read More

A Te Reo Māori learning game for every school

Despite the fact they didn't quiet reach their target, Game Kings are donating a copy of their te reo Māori learning game ‘Tākaro’... Read More

New Shoots celebrates roots in Papamoa

A Bay of Plenty children’s centre that’s credited with leading the way in early childhood education is marking a major milestone. New Shoots... Read More

Tackling male stigma in early childhood education

A lack of male influence in early childhood education has inspired a Wintec student to create a book about restoring mana in men. Master of Applied... Read More

Funds raised to save Western Bay school

  A group of parents and alumni have thrown a struggling Western Bay of Plenty school a lifeline by raising funds that will allow it to stay open... Read More

Last chance to apply for graduate programme

Time is ticking for graduates to secure their place in the GovTechTalent programme – dubbed a paid, once in a lifetime opportunity to fast-track... Read More

$10 million boost will upskill 70000 children

  An innovative research-based approach to how New Zealand children are taught to read is to be extended across the country with a $10 million... Read More