Bear Park preschools: Where teachers thrive as well as children

Creating meaningful bonds among teachers, promoting wellness and fostering a culture to thrive are just some of the ways Bear Park preschools value their staff.

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Schools, hospitals hit in Syrian missile attacks

The United Nations has condemned a missile attack on schools and hospitals in northern Syria which has killed up to […]

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Malala on her quest for education: “I can’t forget them”

Malala Yousafzai has pleaded with governments to provide $1.4 billion for the education of Syrian refugees.

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Roger Federer’s ambitious goal to help 1million children in Africa

Athlete celebrates 10th Anniversary of Roger Federer Foundation opening hundreds of preschools across Africa

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Vince Vaughn wants arm schools with guns to combat mass shootings

US actor Vince Vaughn believes arming schools with guns will help stop mass shootings.

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Schools begin reopening after Nepal earthquake disaster

Teachers, in and around Kathmandu, have begun the process of bringing children back to the classroom.

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Students return to schools in Liberia

Six months after the initial closures in Liberia, schools around the country have begun reopening their doors to students.

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East Asia top’s global education rankings

China easily tops the rest of the world in areas of science, maths and reading, the latest global education data shows.

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5 of the Best Cooking Schools

Hone you cookery skills at one of these culinary schools – from seafood and baking classes to a pasta masterclass.

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Grammy Award winning Black Eyed Peas frontman has donated $100,000 to a group of New Zealand schools during his recent stopover at Auckland.

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Indigenous Literacy Day: 5 September

Joint creator of the non-profit Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation, Kim Kelly changes the lives of children in Australia’s most marginalised communities.

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Ans Westra ‘Wash Day at the Pa’ gallery

Forty-seven years ago Ans Westra provided the text and forty-four images for a Department of Education journal made for primary schools. Titled ‘Washday at the Pa’ the book followed a day in the life of a rural Maori family of eight children awaiting relocation to a state house in the city.

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Obamas tackle childhood obesity

Alarmed that nearly a third of US children are obese or overweight President Barack Obama has launched a new health initiative positioning Michelle Obama at the helm, reports MiNDFOOD.

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An accidental hero

Greg Mortenson found his life’s passion by accident after failing to climb K2, seventeen years later, he’s helped build 131 schools across the most remote regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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