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Science is everywhere!

Science is all around us, and it is fantastic! Otago Museum’s science team loves showing children how fun science can be. Here’s a favourite Science Show Offs that you can do with your favourite adult to learn about physics. Take an effervescent tablet container and …

The Chisnallwood Music Programme

Every day of the week, the Chisnallwood music department is filled with the sound of students participating in music. Rock bands, jazz bands, choir, computer music, beatboxing and orchestra are a few of the opportunities students have to learn and participate in music. The 10- …

A new way for New Zealand girls to explore

Family life is busy and getting your children to after-school activities is a challenge. KELLY EDEN spoke with JULIE MCCLOY and SOPHIE HARLAND of GirlGuiding NZ about how their new Explore programme makes it easier for all New Zealand girls to get involved. As we head into …

Professional after-school care

The team at MASH knows exactly what it takes to make after-school care the best it could possibly be. Parenting is a balancing act, and after school is possibly the trickiest juggle for any working family. Yes, you could constantly rely on other parents or …

Hidden surprises

There’s a painted rock revival roaring through communities right now. Family Times didn’t want to miss out, so we’ve painted and hidden some ourselves, to brighten up the day of others. Made by AUSTEN BOOKER. With Resene’s wide range of colourful paints, there’s no limit …

Want to learn English?

Find out how you can learn English for work and everyday life with English Language Partners New Zealand. English Language Partners offer a variety of free and low-cost English courses to help migrants and refugees learn English and settle into New Zealand successfully. Classes focus …

How low is too low?

DR KIRSTEN WOOFF provides us with some insights into what constitutes typical teenage ‘moodiness’ and when we need to take matters more seriously. Parents often ask me, “Is my teenager just being moody, or is there something more serious happening?” Teenagers I work with also …