Education has been a hot topic this election but how do policies actually affect Joe and Junior Bloggs?
Is Christ's College perpetuating NZ's heavy drinking culture by gifting students a bottle opener?
Staff "dissatisfaction" at Christchurch school led to its second Govt intervention in just over three years.
All Linwood College parents and staff will be surveyed as outside manager takes over employment issues.
Schools back to pre-quake roll levels are turning away out-of-zone pupils, while others are courting them to fill gaps.
The pressure young children face to achieve is enormous, says Bronwyn Hayward.
Cricket World Cup organisers go on charm offensive ahead of 2015 event, displaying champion's cup at Christchurch schools.
Classrooms are being redesigned around the catch phrase "modern learning environment".
Primary schools are "upping the ante" in a growing battle for intermediate-age pupils.
About 30 school staff representing about six schools turned up to Gerry Brownlee's office in Ilam early this morning.
Shihad frontman Jon Toogood will impart his music industry wisdom at three Christchurch schools.
A primary school is worried students won't enrol if legal high shops are allowed to open nearby.
Anglican Church will get council grant to help repair block at St Michael's School.
Proposal to relocate two special schools to mainstream campuses put on hold.
Some Southland parents furious as a school suggests a calming technique for pupils in the wake of bullying.
Hundreds of teenagers are turning up to school hungry, and numbers attending programmes to feed pupils have swelled, organisers say.
Cooking, sewing and woodwork are set for a teaching revamp in Canterbury schools.
New sites for Avonside Girls' and Shirley Boys' should be secured by the end of the year.
The outspoken critic of school mergers, Tony Simpson will not head the merged Phillipstown-Woolston school.
Christchurch's Rudolf Steiner school has cordoned off areas contaminated with lead and arsenic.
Quake principals move on after schools close
Seven principals were left questioning their futures when their schools were closed last year. Some have left education, while others travel.
Graham Kitchin, who taught at Waitaki Boys' for 38 years, is not surprised by a critical report.
Board disagrees with critical report
Independent consultant says school's reputation and roll numbers "seriously at risk" if concerns not addressed.
Ground has been broken on the new Lyttelton Primary School site in Oxford St.
Christchurch health school must pay $18,000 to former assistant principal for unjustifiably firing her.
Being made to do exercise at school would affect grades, says student. | 'Make them exercise'
School pupils should be made to exercise 90 minutes a week, says academic.
Thieves have stolen 20 new laptops from decile 2 Woolston School in Christchurch.
OPINION: The government calls them cheats, but school zones rob families of choice.
Christchurch Girls' High School has lost its bid to get construction of a cycle path along Matai St East delayed.
A North Canterbury primary school has put a hold on its controversial microchip bracelet programme.
It's not every day hundreds perform a haka in your honour but Anton Cooper's days are far from ordinary.
Christchurch Girls' High has lost its bid to delay construction of new cycle path along Matai St East.
School's hope to track pupils' good behaviour with microchip bracelets prompts concern from parents.
Education Ministry down to two private contenders in the race to build four schools for $200m before 2018.
Education Minister rules out review of the law allowing religious instruction in state schools. | Bible class stoush
Otago children lead the country in reading, maths, and writing achievement.
Regan Stokes hopes to give free community night classes in te reo Maori.
Otago kids best at reading, writing and maths, while others are lagging behind, national standards data shows.
Schools are choosing an ''opt in'' system for religious education to avoid a parent backlash.
Mother says son was "made to wash dishes" after she chose to opt him out of school's religious classes.
Schools are picking up the slack in dealing with social welfare problems, a Chch principal says.
Three-quarters of secondary schools are not actively improving pupils' results, a new report says.
North Canterbury's over-stretched Rangiora High School is getting a "substantial redevelopment".
Teen boys are increasingly concerned about appearance, especially ahead of the ball season.
Nova Montessori calls itself Nova's Ark - "Our school is on an island, literally, when it floods."
Two more schools have been added to ECan's database of potentially contaminated land.
A team of health professionals is helping a growing number of children with mental health issues.
A Christchurch family, whose boy was strangled and stomped on, says school has its 'head in the sand'.
Almost nine in every 10 schools in Christchurch sit on land that may be contaminated.
Should schools be using dogs to detect drugs?Related story: Demand rises for drug dogs at schools