Friday 23 March 2018

Kids, parents and whānau to help shape education

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is asking children, young people and their parents to share their vision for education and help shape its future, as part of a major review of the entire sector.

Waikato’s Cambridge High School adopts strategy preparing students for life and workforce

A new learning initiative at a Waikato secondary school puts the emphasis on preparing students for life outside of the school gates.

Red tape delaying school expansion, principal of packed college says

The biggest school in the top of the South Island is considering turning its library into a classroom amid construction delays to desperately-needed teaching spaces.

Wairarapa school hails new curriculum that give students control over timetables

Kuranui College says it has seen encouraging early results from the new Ignite curriculum it has introduced.

Inspiring rangatahi to fly to the United Nations

They’re young, passionate and the future Māori leaders of their generation.

Cheap fares hit school attendances

School principals are blaming record-low school attendance rates on cheap air fares tempting families into taking more holidays in term time.

Woman treads in Graham Henry’s footsteps at Kelston Boys High School

The first woman to lead one of New Zealand’s great rugby boys’ schools says she has no intention of competing with her last three predecessors.

Community Education Whanganui extends reach into prison

Community Education Whanganui and Whanganui Prison joined hands and took “a massive leap of faith” last year.



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