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Participating Enviroschools

There are 128 Enviroschools in the Wellington region. That's a total of 24,210 students.

The Enviroschools and Te Aho Tū Roa Snapshot 2017


This is a snapshot of the Enviroschools and Te Aho Tü Roa programmes in the Wellington region. It highlights the mahi happening in early childhood centres, schools and communities involved in our programmes.  Download a copy here or email Claire if you would like a hard copy sent out to you.

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Find out more about the cool things happening in the Wellington Region. . .

Wairarapa Moana Water Quality Projects, Kāpiti College's new Jan Cox Memorial Award, Paparangi Kindergarten's new waharoa, The Enviroschools Kaupapa and the Catholic Charism, Bikes Building Resilience at Pinehaven School, Māori Perspectives Noho Marae, and more . . . 

Interested in joining the network of Enviroschools inTe Upoko o te Ika a Māui / Greater Wellington

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Congratulations to Koraunui School who were selected as the next Kaitiaki of our regional Kaitiakitanga Taonga - Māui Dolphin Artwork.  Students from Kāpiti College visited Koraunui Schoolin July 2018 to present this taonga at a special assembly. This taonga will be presented to a new school or ECE each year at Matariki.

Read here about the amazing mahi happening at Koraunui school and why their kaitiakitanga is being acknowledged by Enviroschools Te Upoko o te Ika a Māui.

Enviroschools Regional Partners in Wellington If your organisation would like to support the Enviroschools programme in Wellington please contact your Regional Coordinator.