National leader Christopher Luxon has used his first school visit as prime minister to reiterate his intention to ban mobile phones during class time.
A spoof western movie, made by a group of Canterbury high school students in the 1980s and screened in 18 countries, is getting a relaunch.
Dux Angelina Trail has been at Ashburton Christian School since she was five - and is sad to leave it behind as she moves on to a new challenge.
A recently graduated Cashmere High School student has broken a national Rubik’s Cube record during a competition in Lyttelton.
More than 300 young people from Hornby have responded to a survey to identify their concerns about social media, youth offending such as ram-raids, and mental health.
A South Island high school principal who is heading across 'the ditch' to work says the NZ education system is causing many teachers to experience burnout.
Hours of hard work paid off for a group of young creative artists when their mural was unveiled at the Amberley Pool.
A new Spirit of NZ ship had just been launched in 1996 when Methven's Anna Johnson (nee Currie) sailed on it. Now her daughter Tilly has had the chance to do the same.
Hornby High School martial artist Enzo Mediavillo,13, is on track to reach his dream of becoming a pro on the international jiu-jitsu circuit.
When Rangi Ruru student Lexi Hurndell had to choose a topic for her NCEA art project, she looked no further than her 100-year-old grandfather Jack Topp.
A teenage boy was severely burned and required skin grafts after an at-home science experiment through a correspondence school went horribly wrong.
It’s nearly Halloween, the scariest day of the year - but for many parents, it’s not the costumes or the horror movies they fear.
Five high school students were stood down after a video was circulated on social media showing a pack attack on two teenagers in a car park.
A former Christchurch school student who was groomed and sexually abused by her teacher wants teachers banned from talking to students on social media.
Addressing sexual violence, protecting penguins and dominating the fairways has earned three young Christchurch women national awards.
More than 50 young dancers, singers, actors and performers aged 5-16 took to the stage at The Palms' talent quest.
Muscles will strain, arms will ache and pride will be on the line at this weekend’s Sefton School Tug-O-War competition.