Nathaniel Ko is just nine years old, yet he's got the confidence and the talent to carry it his plans to dominate either maths or music.
Genius nine-year-old set to enrol for university
Schools and health officials are on high alert as children go back to class on Monday with data showing infection is spreading much faster than the last big outbreak.
Health officials, schools bracing for surge in measles cases as new term begins
Gang members make up almost 40 percent of New Zealand's prison population.
Members Bill requiring schools to be notified of sex offenders placed in Parliament ballot
The strike will see teachers opt out of teaching one year group at a time, starting with Year 9s from today.
Teacher unions announce legal action over back-pay delay
Close up shot of pencils in classroom
Union and Education Minister slam delay in paying primary teachers' pay rise
The scheme is part of the goal to have the language used in all schools by 2025.
Te Reo Māori in classrooms programme begins with 150 teachers
Group of students having a class. Focus is on young woman reading a book.
Large decrease in men enrolling in polytechs and universities
Labour Party's Chris Hipkins with Jacinda Ardern, left, and Michael Wood, right.
Over 65,000 people to receive NCEA qualifications today after outstanding fees wiped
For this Kiwi women it’s a small token to say thank you for the support her family’s received.
Grateful Taranaki mum donates over 100 gowns to school that changed her son's life
Sometimes smartphones aren’t always the best option, Seven Sharp finds.
Parenting: Is a 'dumbphone' the answer to kids wanting mobile phones?
Labour MP Chris Hipkins says he'll be revealing new measures to improve teacher supply before the new parliamentary term begins.
Education Minister refuses 'crisis' meeting with early childhood education groups
It was a normal day at the school, until a particular email arrived.
'Meteorite' on primary school grounds gives students something to write about
Labour Party's Chris Hipkins with Jacinda Ardern, left, and Michael Wood, right.
$200m for new school, classrooms in Auckland
Langholm Primary School principal Martyn Weatherill says teachers are satisfied with their settlement, but principals are still not.
Principal working 70 hours per week warns Education Ministry, 'the well of goodwill is dry'
Pukekohe High School cancels Friday classes as student measles case confirmed
Girl playing with colorful toy wood blocks, her mother is helping her, education and fun concept
Toddler left alone in 'stifling' hot sleep room after teacher closes Rotorua centre for the day
'Striking' work being done with autistic children inspires visit from French mayor
They’re calling for a better deal after rejecting the Government’s latest pay offer.
Principals expected to send letters to Ministry of Education calling for improved pay offer
The group are off to Hong Kong to pick up a prestigious maths prize.
South Auckland students work out how many humans can fit on Earth sustainably
Liz Ferris.
Kids turning up to early childhood centres 'daily without food' or shoes
Linda Edward has a house full of children most days.
Good Sorts: Former Miss NZ opens up her home to kids needing after-school care
Not everyone will get it right at the first try.
Navigating university: Is it harder than school and what if you pick the wrong course?
Primary and secondary school teachers are calling for better pay and support for their new collective agreements.
Teachers' pay deal: Workload concerns not fixed but 'time to move on'
Career advisors say students need support working out what will suit them best.
Navigating next year: Essential advice for all Year 13 students and parents
Primary and secondary school teachers are calling for better pay and support for their new collective agreements.
Secondary teachers vote to accept Government's pay offer
Community leaders in Kaikohe are calling for specialised, on the job training at Kura Kaupapa Maori.
Area school teachers and Kura Kaupapa settle pay negotiations with Government
But principals have rejected the offer.
Auckland principals to protest outside Ministry of Education next week
Alice Andersen of rainbow youth organisation Qtopia says the school’s stance provides hope for young gender diverse and rainbow people.
Rainbow youth group praises Christ's College for supporting student transitioning to female
Netsafe chief executive Martin Crocker talks about the issue after damning statistics on children accessing the content.
Education, not bans, the answer to school students trying to access porn - Netsafe
They’re becoming financially fit in maths, social studies and even physical education.
Students at Auckland's Glenfield College getting themselves financially sorted