Our education system is strengthening digital technologies learning in the curriculum.
Whānau and community engagement benefits our tamariki in their learning.
Technology is changing fast, and our education system needs to adapt with it. We are changing how we equip our children and young people to participate, create,
The latest data on how our children are doing in school has been released.
Do you know someone aged between 14 and 18 years who might want to be part of our Youth Advisory Group or Online Youth Forum?
Parents are being encouraged to have conversations with their children about ‘behaviour danger’ rather than ‘stranger danger'.
Bullying can have a serious impact on children’s mental health and wellbeing, as well as affecting the whole family and school.
The updated Education Act means changes for new entrants - some may start school in groups (cohort entry), and they must attend regularly.
The 'Hand in Hand' book for caregivers provides information on existing universal and targeted education and health services for children in their care.
Technology is changing fast, our education system needs to adapt with it . Have your say on new draft digital technologies curriculum.
The percentage of 18 year olds with NCEA Level 2 is now at a record high.
Students have been awarded for their creative responses to bullying in the Bullying-Free NZ Week Competition.
If your child is under 16 years old they must go to school every day, unless they are sick.
NZQA digital assessment Trials and Pilots for 2017 are part of their ongoing investigation into computer-based methods of assessment.
Physical Activity Guidelines for Children and Young People include new sleep recommendations and updated advice.
The Education (Update) Amendment Act 2017 updates the Education Act 1989, so that each child’s progress and achievement is at the centre of our education system
You might remember, in primary school, making your way through a number of red, blue and green coloured reading books.
The Children's Commissioner advocates for all children and young people under the age of 18 in New Zealand.
Parents living in NZ and earning taxable income may be able to get a tax rebate from IRD on their school donations.