Fuilupe makes the most of NZTC scholarship opportunities to reach professional goal

Fuilupe (Lulu) La'akulu recently returned home to New Zealand after six years of teaching English to preschool children in order to make the most of scholarship opportunities available through the New Zealand Tertiary Colleges (NZTC) group, and to grow as an early childhood professional.

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by Freya Lucas

Young children are intuitive urban planners — we would all benefit from living in their 'care-full' cities

In an age of climate crisis, unaffordable housing and increasing disparities of wealth, the livability and functionality of our cities are more important than ever. And yet, important voices are missing from urban planning debates — the voices of those who will one day inherit those cities.

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by Freya Lucas

One in ten parents experienced burnout during lockdown, NZ study finds

Parenting through a pandemic has piled additional pressures on parents, researchers from the University of Canterbury (UC) have found, as part of a global study conducted in 15 countries to assess levels of parental burnout during COVID-19 lockdowns.

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by Freya Lucas

Evolve Education provides guidance update, recommences acquisition strategy

Evolve Education Group has released a shareholder update in which it advises on current profit guidance and outlines a resumption of its acquisition strategy which was temporarily put on hold due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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by Jason Roberts

NZ study identifies behaviours that support preschoolers to develop self control

New research conducted by The University of Auckland has identified key behaviours to support pre-school children to develop self-control, a key indicator of adult wellbeing.

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by Freya Lucas

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