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‘World-first’ stress relief app

An ad agency has partnered with University of Auckland to deliver a new stress relief app that provides a light-hearted way for people to vent their frustrations.

Toi Ohomai students take up summer internships at Scion

Seven Toi Ohomai students are undertaking internships at Scion, a New Zealand Crown Research Institute, this summer in a new initiative created to develop highly-skilled scientists.

Blockbuster film highlights New Zealand’s education strengths in creative arts

The global release of epic film Mortal Engines is providing a unique opportunity to highlight New Zealand’s education strengths in creative arts.

First-in-family scholarship opens door to becoming a teacher

Bayley Brown will follow her childhood dream of studying to become a teacher thanks to a Tauranga Campus First-in-Family Scholarship.

OKE Charity food gardens taking lessons out of the classroom in South Auckland

OKE Charity has built food gardens for several primary and intermediate schools in South Auckland in the last few years.

NZ First will be the only party in Parliament to oppose National’s ‘own’ language...

New Zealand First will be the only party in Parliament to oppose legislation which would promote teaching children a second language in school.

Hundreds of overseas teachers prepare to teach in New Zealand

Over 800 overseas teachers are ready for schools to interview for them to start at the beginning of next year.

Combatting the strain, the stress and the burnout – what support is there for...

A recent Education Central opinion piece struck a chord with teachers when it raised the question of whether the current level of mental health and wellbeing support teachers receive is sufficient. Rachel Helyer Donaldson follows up on this issue, probing to find out what support is currently given and what is needed.

2018 Young Enterprise Scheme winners announced

Over 100,000 students have competed throughout the year for their team to be amongst the winners of the Young Enterprise Scheme. By Soumya Bhamidipati.

A chance to finally own language policy

The Asia New Zealand Foundation has welcomed cross-party support for a bill which could see children as young as 5 years old being taught a foreign language at school, as well as te reo Māori.
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