Parents are drifting back to school this weekend - albeit
only for a couple of hours - for the annual Taieri College
A million-dollar makeover is on the way for Fairfield School
after the Ministry of Education deemed four of its classrooms
''at the end of their days''.
The mathematical probability of Johnny Mottershead winning
the 2015 Eton Press Casio Senior Mathematics Competition is
pretty good - but even so, he is not placing any bets on it.
Some things never change.
Former Dunedin conductor Holly Mathieson is in the limelight
again - this time for her appointment as conductor of the
National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) Junior
King's High School is just days away from making a
historic decision about whether to follow the Ministry of
Education's advice and establish an enrolment scheme at the
NCEA assessments are about to hit the digital age in Otago,
with a dozen schools participating in a nationwide trial of a
computer-based maths assessment later this year.
Wearing leotards can cop you a lot of flak from your mates
when you're a bloke.
What do a large industrial switchboard, some urinals, a set
of heavy duty guillotine blades, a bench grinder, some boots
and a Sorvall Superspeed centrifuge have in common?
Shakespeare plays are far from child's play.
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