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Apple opportunity for Elim Junior teacher

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College Student Elim Junior Campus teacher Emily Bagrie is determined to teach kids how to make the best of technology in their...

Student with severe blood disorder inspires others

Andrew Scott doesn’t let severe haemophilia define him - but says he can’t ignore it either. The Elim Christian College student, winner of the Youth...

Owairoa pirates take on the world

There’s no current world record for the biggest pirate sword fight in the Guinness Book of World Records. That’s something Owairoa Primary School hope they’ve...

OJC expo delivers innovation

As the first term concludes at Ormiston Junior College (OJC), students and staff have been busy putting the finishing touches on their first ever...

Cyclone’s tail ends camp early

  A local school has defended its decision to send 150 children off on school camp to Motutapu Island, a decision which was reversed less...

Local schools win at Eye on Nature competition

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student Judges found Auckland’s most promising, young fashion designers and chefs earlier last week, as schools shone at this year’s Eye...

Art history student honoured

Congratulations to University of Auckland student Annie Curtis who has been awarded the Louise Perkins Prize in Art History. The prize was established in 2005...

From mustard plants to a new sports field

With a new headmaster on board and a brand new sports field on the way, the 2017 school year is looking up for Tyndale...

A peek into the inside world

Former Botany Downs Secondary College student Sonna Narayanan has been selected as a student blogger at the University of Auckland as part of an...

It’s back to school for parents

“Have you got your devices?” Cue the resounding chorus of “no” from nervous looking parents. It was 10 in the morning at Sancta Maria College and...

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