In a nail biting final, Rangi Ruru edged its old rivals St Margaret's 6-5 in the Secondary Schools Super Touch competition on Wednesday.
Governors Bay School pupils spent last week getting seeds ready to be planted in the fire damaged Ohinetahi Reserve.
A student from Rangi Ruru Girls School has become a student ambassador with the NZ Opera.
To help raise money for the school's technology subject artists are helping with a silent auction to raise money for the school.
Cotswold pupil Hunter Allen shaved his head in honour of his friend Tyler who passed away from cancer in 2015.
St Andrew's College celebrated its 100th anniversary over the weekend.
The Charlesworth Wetland Reserve track is getting a new way to help people to engage with their local flora along the Wetland Edge Walk.
Hillmorton High School students learnt about the fun side of science when a road show came to visit.
Our Lady Star of the Sea School pupils held a different countries' colours themed mufti day last week to celebrate culture and to raise donations for the year 7 and 8 camp next week.
Life in Nazi Germany and child poverty in late 19th century Dunedin are the subject of Lincoln High School's two major senior drama productions this year.
St Peter’s School pupils are making an effort to be more sustainable in how they use water.
For their centenary celebrations this weekend, St Andrew's College has put together a museum of photos from their 100 years of history.
Artist and designer Jenny Gillies unveiled the new pre-school garden at Selwyn House.
St Andrew's and Rangi Ruru both claimed eight gold medals at the weekend's South Island secondary school rowing champs on Twizel’s Lake Ruataniwha.
Haeata's new school cafe Te Amohaka, is run by volunteers from the community and students, offering a healthy balance because for many whanau, it may not be possible to provide options at home.
Jack Dixon has become an outstanding student since receiving a cochlear implant. Now he has been awarded a Southern Hearing Charitable Trust scholarship.
The Better Funding Better learning campaign has seen teachers all over the country raise awareness of education funding cuts.
Elmwood Normal School Year 5 and 6 pupils made nearly $900 at a bake sale to go to help those impacted by the Port Hills fire.
Pupils from Wairakei School headed over the hill to Okains Bay for their year 6 camp.
Emmanuel Christian School held a photography exhibition at Northlands Shopping Centre where students' work was put to public vote before competition winners were announced.