A soaring roll and town population has led Ashhurst School to plan enrolment zone rules.
Wakatipu High School principal is disappointed the new premises won't have a swimming pool.
Manawatu Maori secondary school students get a chance to test their business ideas.
Winter chills are being chased away, with an explosion of warmheartedness hitting schools.
Preschoolers and their families waiting months for first appointment with early intervention services.
They wanted only one medal, they took home 36. Now three Porirua teens could be bound for Yale.
The Richmond school is heartened by new talks with the Ministry of Education about its future.
Hundreds of people made their voices heard over proposed job cuts at the University of Otago.
Poosistance has paid off for a Central Otago school that's grounds were being used as a toilet by tourists.
Children's entertainer Suzy Cato is supporting Birkdale Primary School's fundraising for a new playground.
Zain Collins couldn't go to the school ball if he didn't have a date. Does this signal a wider issue with school balls in 2017?
Thirty per cent of cars driving past flouted the old limit.
The choir won the top awards at The Kids Sing Choir competition in Auckland last week.
The kids can't vote but they can encourage their parents to head to the nearest polling booth.
Parents can choose to pay, or not, for their kids to attend kindergarten during school holidays.
A three party meeting discussing education heats up when funding is questioned.
Many Manawatu schools do not require students to take a partner to the formal ball.
An Auckland teen's app concept could be developed to save the lives of headphone-users oblivious to oncoming trains.
Work begins on $206 million world class facility at Lincoln University.
A Waikato teacher who slept with his 15-year-old student has been sent to prison.
A new programme is targeting adult learners struggling with dyslexia.
AUT School of Education has 40 places in each of the BE courses and the Secondary Grad Dip but if there is greater demand it will take more.
The group of teenagers travelled to Toronto to perform at a meeting of indigenous cultures from around the world.
ANALYSIS: Is Labour's pledge to boost mental health support in Canterbury answering our most pressing need and is it feasible?
Proceedings begin against a school that allegedly illegally enrolled international students and made false claims.
Netsafe says a school setting up false social media accounts to teach students about cyber safety "sends the wrong message".
Students to vote to keep or disaffiliate pro-life group from student union.
Literacy requirements likely to change following concern over students' abilities.
A new qualification to prepare students for life in the food processing sector will get underway in Timaru next year.
University maths, First XI soccer and head boy duties have made 2017 a busy year for Jotham Harris.