The director of climate change resilience for the Pacific region’s environment organisation working for 14 Pacific governments, along with American and French territories, is encouraging New Zealand Pacific students to consider climate change work. “Whether they serve the Pacific region here or in New Zealand, for me personally it would be satisfying if the passion […]
Wow. This is the Prime Minister’s own Facebook Live stream from her phone at tonight’s awards. How many Prime Ministers do you know can do Facebook Live ? Nine exceptional individuals, aged between 17 and 24 years old, will be presented an Award by the Prime Minister at a ceremony held at the Fale o […]
The New Zealand Herald has reported that 12 teachers from Blockhouse Bay Intermediate School spent two weeks in the Cook Islands and Aitutaki at a cost to the school of nearly $20,000. The trip took place last year during the July school holidays. School principal Micheal Malins has reportedly defended the trip saying it was […]
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Few things affect children’s lives more than their educational experiences. Attending school is the greatest commitment children make outside of their homes. Report: Education Matters to Me: Key Insights A great teacher, a supportive and involved family, and friends. Simple enough, right? These are the ingredients that children in Aotearoa New Zealand identified as key […]
Pacific Region – New Zealand and Australian governments, together with the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) have formalised a 5 year commitment totally more than $20 million with the regional agency, Pacific Community (formerly known as the Secretariat of the Pacific Community or SPC) to support quality education in the Pacific region. The five year […]