Some residential Christchurch streets will be temporarily closed to traffic and turned into play areas for children in a series of pop-up events funded by the Government.
Hundreds of student teachers may graduate with less practical classroom experience than usual because the pandemic has disrupted their school and early childhood placements.
The government's updated guidelines for sex education at schools include an emphasis on consent and education around online pornography.
A Banks Peninsula school is returning a number of self-portraits painted on tiles in its old library to the pupils who created them more than 20 years ago.
Children staying at Ronald McDonald House were given a special treat to help them get through their troubles by a group of year 2 pupils.
Lincoln University has received Government approval to build its new flagship science facility, releasing another $5 million in Crown funding and allowing the construction phase to start.
Toy swaps, making wax lunch wraps and learning about recycling are some of the initiatives being undertaken by pupils at a Christchurch school as they work towards becoming rubbish-free.
A Christchurch high school student's passion for the arts and protecting the natural world helped her win a NZ concept design competition.
The pressure is mounting on Green Party co-leader James Shaw to pull his support for handing over $11.7 million of taxpayers' money to a privately-owned 'green school'.
More resources are needed to support young offenders to turn their lives around before they reach the criminal age.
A senior law professor says a South Island school may be in some difficulty over its communication about the upcoming cannabis referendum.
Katie Earle started Bush Farm School on Banks Peninsula because she is passionate about sustainability and wants children to be more resilient and resourceful.
Keen mountain bikers may no longer have to put up with flat tyres, thanks to a pair of business savvy Christchurch cousins.
Accomplished junior Canterbury cyclist Amelia Sykes distinguished herself at two national competitions this month, buoyed by the support of a local trust.
A five-week survey has recorded more than 200 physical and verbal attacks on staff at 15 Otago schools.
NZ's success eliminating Covid-19 should be a springboard to reboot climate action, a group of Christchurch teens say - and they've already started the dirty work - with tree planting.
Six-year-old Paige McLeod had a day to remember when she was made the temporary owner/manager of a Christchurch supermarket in a shared birthday treat.