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Williams is SPANZ president again

Pakuranga College principal Michael Williams has been reappointed as president of the Secondary Principals Association of New Zealand (SPANZ) for a second year in...

Young engineers in the making

Gone are the days of delivering a traditional technology programme. With a new focus on mechatronics, students of Howick Intermediate School are working on technology...

Familiar face back at Macleans

Steve Hargreaves has big shoes to fill. His predecessor, Byron Bentley, spent 18 years at the helm of Macleans College before retiring at the end...

Culturally intelligent young leaders celebrated

The timing was perfect. On the day of the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in South Korea last Friday, 19 school ambassadors at Farm...

Daniel NZ’s top speller

A voracious appetite for books has led to a Cockle Bay Primary student being crowned the Top Speller in New Zealand in Year 4. Daniel...

Local woman celebrated for work with children

Caylee Brown, a Botany local, has received the Field Manager 500K and under award at this years Westpac Franchise Awards. Brown, the eldest of five...

Community of learning for Howick coast schools

Teachers from schools as far away as Clevedon gathered at Howick College last week to celebrate the launch of the Howick Coast Kahui Ako...

Spring festival packed with power

Sitting in the front row and swaying to the rhythm of the beat at the Koanga Festival hosted on Saturday at Somerville Intermediate School...

Howick College wins Ministry funding for new curriculum

An innovative new curriculum has seen Howick College awarded funding from the Ministry of Education. Howick College’s Innovation Stream has received $80,000 from the Ministry’s...

Farewell to a Macleans stalwart

After eighteen years as principal of Macleans College, Byron Bentley is set to retire. Reporter – and former Macleans student – Kelly Teed sat...

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