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Christchurch school buildings among NZ’s best architecture

A new classroom block and a new school chapel caught the attention of the judges for the New Zealand Architecture Awards.

Canterbury’s young entrepreneurs shine

Talented secondary school students wowed judges at the Canterbury Region Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) awards this week.

Best New Zealand educational resources announced

A variety of digital and print resources spanning environmental issues, leadership, social justice and physical education were recognised at the 2018 Copyright Licensing Education Awards last week.

New tertiary scholarships aim to support future leaders

Three $30,000 scholarships are up for grabs to support high-achieving students through their tertiary education thanks to a new partnership between Victoria University of Wellington and Fuji Xerox.

Summer Learning Journey earns researcher NEXT Woman of the Year for Education

Summer Learning Journey initiative earns University of Auckland research fellow Dr Rachel Williamson the title of 2018 NEXT Woman of the Year for Education.

Young Gardeners of the Year announced

Young Gardener of the Year Awards attracted a record number of entries this year.

New STEM scholarships available for secondary students

BP has launched a new STEM scholarship programme for senior secondary students in celebration of its 25-year partnership with Young Enterprise.

Education New Zealand’s scholarship campaign takes out global international education award

Education New Zealand’s 1 Million Cents Scholarship won Marketing Campaign of the Year at a global international education awards ceremony in London.

Supporting Pacific learner success a focus of Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards

The top prize of this year’s Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards went to University of Otago’s Faumuina Associate Professor Fa’afetai Sopoaga.

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Ara Rima students win Trans-Tasman maths comp

New Zealand schools shine in the annual Matific Games competition.
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