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St Kents mourns death of school head

Saint Kentigern College is mourning the death of David Hodge, former head of the school. Hodge died on April 29 surrounded by his family. The school...

High school in Beachlands dependent on residential developments

The Ministry of Education has determined that a future high school in Beachlands may be solely dependent on a large-scale residential development. Beachlands resident Angela...

School sorry after kids searched

Howick Intermediate School has apologised after a relief teacher checked the pockets and patted down a classroom of students. A parent of one of the...

Girl dies after being struck by vehicle at school

A girl injured when she was struck by a vehicle in an east Auckland school car park has died. Emergency services were called to Pigeon...

Man forbidden to drive after child injured in school car park

A child struck by a vehicle in an east Auckland school car park remains in hospital the day after the incident. The young girl was...

Man charged with sexual violation

A man has been arrested and charged with indecent assault and sexual violation following a complaint involving a young person who attends a school...

No place for principal’s office at Ormiston Primary

Ormiston Primary School roll has been escalating to such an extent that foundation principal Heath McNeil had to give up his cabin and move...

Pakuranga College’s new school block to open in 2021

Staff and students at Pakuranga College are looking forward to the completion of an additional school building, due to take place in 2021. The two-storey...

Historic pay equity settlement for teacher aides

The Ministry of Education and New Zealand Education Institute (NZEI) Te Riu Roa have agreed to settle the pay equity claim for teacher aides,...

COVID-19: Local schools brace for shut-down

Schools in east Auckland were yesterday bracing themselves for news of possible closures due to coronavirus which would impact not just tens of thousands...

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