Science, technology and the outdoors are at the heart of the teaching styles of two new Partnership Schools opening in the Bay of Plenty in 2018.
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Thirty-three projects will receive funding in the latest round of the Teacher-led Innovation Fund (TLIF).
A cutting-edge idea is bringing two groups of Hawke’s Bay students together in the name of business.
Linking science to Māori identity, language and culture through students’ local tikanga, whakapapa and stories helps lift the educational success of Māori.
Schools considering introducing cohort entry will be able to start consulting with their communities from July 2017.
Submissions are now invited on the draft Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko (DT | HM) curriculum.
The new school facilities at Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre in Auckland were opened this week on World Refugee Day.
Ministry of Education apologises for failures during our early engagement with the Christchurch community over school closures and mergers after the earthquakes
A newly-released report has confirmed that Communities of Learning│Kāhui Ako are ‘growing in momentum’