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Bullying-Free Week starts with the launch of ‘Oat the Goat’

A unique digital animation by Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin launched today which aims to teach children about empathy and acceptance.

Education summit: What would you do as NZ education boss?

Almost 9000 people so far have taken part in an online "education conversation" aimed at developing "an ensuring 30-year approach to education" that will survive political changes.

Six lessons we can all learn from Polyfest

Siliva Gaugatao reflects on all the good things to come out of Polyfest 2018.

Impressive line-up of speakers set to take stand at Education Leaders Forum

This year’s Education Leaders Forum has some truly excellent speakers to tackle the theme of Valuing Educators – Revaluing Education.

Kiwi PE teachers head to Japan

Ten New Zealand physical education teachers head to Tokyo later this month to attend the Japan Sports Forum and give them a deeper understanding of the sporting culture in Japan.

Meet Fredge: healthy new resources coming to schools

5+ A Day has launched new educational resources for New Zealand primary schools.

KERU symposium to focus on the ‘what’ and the ‘how’

Elizabeth Rata says with combined emphasis on curriculum and pedagogy, the Knowledge and Education Research Unit (KERU) 8th Annual Symposium will discuss both the ‘what’ and the ‘how’.

Weta homes and ladybird motels – the TREEmendous things you’ll find in New Zealand...

Students across the country are putting their environmental and creative hats on as entries open for this year’s TREEmendous Schools event.

Nominate your school’s caretaker

Nominate your school's caretaker and your school and its caretaker could be in to win.

School-gen win a “huge boost” for small rural school community

Students at three small rural schools will find out today that they have won a share of $50,000 edu-tech grants from the School-gen Energising Young Minds competition.
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