This Christchurch secondary school could be one of the most diverse in the city with more than 56 different ethnic groups.
The St Andrew’s College big band had extra incentive to win at the National Youth Jazz Competition – bass player, Tom Fastier, collapsed and died the day before the competition began.
A garden named after a David Bowie song has won a school an award.
Cotswold School pupils wheelie love their new bikes.
A Wigram mother of three is doing her bit to connect the community with its newest school.
Aidanfield Christian School have taken the top spot in the Canterbury heats of this year's Kids' Lit Quiz championships.
Talented sportswoman Martha Lolohea missed out on a sevens tournament in Auckland because she couldn't afford to go. She knows of others who have the same problem.
Got to make an announcement on who the head students are this year? Do this.
The future of a Busy Community Hub at the former Central New Brighton School remains uncertain following Government plans to put it on the market
Coastal-Burwood Community Board member Tim Baker wants the community to be involved with what happens to the site.
A pajama day, mini-golf and a trip to Christchurch's Inflatable World has kept children entertained over the school holidays.
Upgrade and repair work on the Aurora Centre will not be finished for a month longer than anticipated.
A Christchurch high school has 56 different ethnic groups represented on its roll. Now it has plans to open a multicultural centre that will be open 24/7.
Rolleston College has celebrated its first school prize giving.
Six year 13 students across Selwyn have received the 2017 Selwyn District Council Tertiary Scholarship Award.
“Within New Zealand, and globally, even beginning to comprehend the magnitude of the social injustices taking place can be overwhelming."
Vandals have damaged a new, $20,000 roof at an eastern suburbs school.
The All Girl Big Band set out to inspire the younger female students from St Andrew’s College to pick up brass or wind instruments. The...
Villa Maria College received a surprise message from afar – a blessing from Pope Francis.
Rangi Ruru Girls’ School came together to celebrate top achieving students at its end-of-year prize-giving. Marisol Hunter was named dux, while Isabella Gregory was announced as...