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As we have made our way further into the 21st century, technology continues to play a larger part in our lives day in and day out.
You know that feeling, like you’re strung so tight you’re just about to snap? It’s nearing the end of term three. Taking just 5 minutes to stop and calm down can make a world of difference explains blogger Kate.

Women in education

This week, Sarah blogs about opportunities and of the access to education for women. A right - that wasn’t present a century or so ago.
It’s that time of year again! A time of uncertainty, of stress, of questioning your future - it’s time to pick subjects for next year.
Choosing a career doesn’t have to be confusing and nerve-wracking. Here is some advice, from an indecisive student who has managed to pick a career path she is content with. Are you a Year 13 (or younger - or perhaps...
NCEA has been a hot topic in the news lately, thanks to the Government’s review. Endless opinions have been offered up from teachers, from principals, from employers, from parents, from the government. However what seems to be missing, as...
It's been a few more months down the track, and in that time, a lot has happened. And these last few months, like the first few, were not what I expected. In this last term, I burned out halfway...
I have spoken before about how we are very near the end of a journey that was school; this is of course based on year 13 students, such as myself, who will be finishing school in the coming months...
Education is a beautiful yet torturous concept which has remained relatively unchanged throughout history: students go to their classes, are taught to regurgitate information by their teachers, are instructed to do some homework, to complete a few exams, and...
Struggling to push through the final hurdles of the school year? Will Cole talks of the importance to keep going and reach the goal at the end.


Blockbuster film highlights New Zealand’s education strengths in creative arts

The global release of epic film Mortal Engines is providing a unique opportunity to highlight New Zealand’s education strengths in creative arts.