Welcome Marisa, our new Regional Coordinator in Tāmaki Makaurau!
Tāmaki Makaurau, sparkling harbours, a city of sails, volcanoes, the Bombay Hills, Lion Rock, Eden Park, many people and many cultures…
Enviroschools is fostering a generation of people who instinctively think and act sustainably in Tāmaki Makaurau
"Celebrating our diversity and pathway from our new vibrant early childhood centres, growing through our energetic, creative primary and intermediate schools to our exciting secondary schools and beyond"
Mason Ave Kindergarten "recycling paper towels because we can reuse them in the soil"
Royal Road School wondering about wind power
Western Springs College sharing the wisdom of worm farming
There are 213 Enviroschools in the Auckland region. That's a total of 98,047 students.
Our Latest Newsletter
Enviroschools Connections is an Auckland Council publication showcasing the great work that Enviroschools are doing towards empowering students to create sustainable communities. This newsletter also provides schools with updates about the Enviroschools programme nationally and regionally and connects students and teachers with upcoming Enviroschools and Education for Sustainability workshops, events and other opportunities in the region.
Be inspired by the stories of student empowerment, school clusters taking the lead, cultural diversity celebrated and kindergarten and secondary stories. To view our latest Newsletter, click here
For more information about Enviroschools in the Auckland area please visit the Auckland Council website here!
Look at where our greatest generations are starting to develop learning around Māori Perspectives, sharing and recycling to develop new ways of thinking and living
>see more projects and successes here