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Schools making a difference encouraged to apply for grant programme

Canon Oceania is excited to announce that its 2019 Grants Program is open for submissions. Over the past 13 years, the program has supported nearly 80 schools, not-for-profits and community groups across New Zealand and...

Post-quake rebuild of school pool brings community together

The rebuild of Waiau School’s pool after it was damaged in the Kaikoura earthquake earned itself a place in the finals of the Local Government New Zealand EXCELLENCE Awards.

Scholarship supports Maori students to gain admission to top global universities

Applications are open for the Te Ara a Kupe Beaton Scholarship, which provides five students with $100K of education and mentoring support for third consecutive year.

Teachers recognised for future-focused educational excellence

Two teachers recognised for bringing technology and future-focused skills to the classroom, Cloe Woodfield of Blind and Low Vision Education Network NZ, (BLENNZ) and Samuel Harris of Manurewa High School are awarded NEXT Expert Teachers.

Two Vietnamese scholarship students to study at Bay of Plenty schools

Two Vietnamese students will head to two Bay of Plenty schools as some of the first recipients of a new government-led scholarship programme.

Inspirational teachers receive National Excellence in Education Awards

Excellent teaching was celebrated at this year's ASG National Excellence in Teaching Awards (NEiTA).

2019 applications open for Hauora Māori Scholarships

Māori students across all health disciplines are encouraged to apply for this year’s Hauora Māori Scholarships.

STEM equipment up for grabs for Kiwi schools

The new Genesis School-gen Trust is inviting schools to apply for STEM and solar equipment to help inspire students’ interest in STEM and renewable energy.

Learning new tools: first female carpenter from Pacific Trades Partnership

Ma’aola Fiupepe from Samoa is the first female carpenter from Pacific Trades Partnership to begin her education in New Zealand.

Chicken coops, beehives, medicinal plants future for sustainable schools

Kiwi kids are leading the way to sustainability with plans for chicken coops, beehives, Maori medicinal herbs and veggie gardens in schools around the country.
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