Nau Mai ki Enviroschools

Enviroschools is an environmental action based programme where young people are empowered to design and lead sustainability projects in their schools, neighbourhoods and country.

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Creating Change

A curriculum for transformation - Fergusson Intermediate integrates Pūtātara resource

Fergusson Intermediate students are experiencing regenerative change through using the Ministry of Education’s Pūtātara resource. After trialling the resource they have now fully embracing this learning approach, progressing through the three strands: Tūrangawaewae, Kaitiakitanga and Whakapuāwai.

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Growing Together at Pinehaven Playcentre

Playcentres are places where babies, young children and parents come together, grow together and develop a sense of belonging. Recently the whānau at Pinehaven Playcentre shared with the Enviroschools Network how they are engaging with the organic waste cycle and growing a stronger sense of...

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Empowered tamariki contribute to a sustainable community

Learn more about the world-famous-in-Linton wormshake production that tamariki at Ruahine Linton Kindergarten are making daily, on their own, with a kaiako or showing tautoko for a friend! The wormshake is used to feed the gardens or sold to the community in the kindergarten shop.

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Once Upon a Wetland – Porirua School’s Outdoor Classroom

Beautiful, functional and fun - Porirua School’s outdoor classroom has it all. This project has overcome some significant flooding challenges arising from being located on reclaimed land and has been replete with opportunities to empower ākonga, involve community and develop understandings of how people interact...

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Hot Air Experience helps lift learning to a new level

Developing an appreciation for taonga species, long-finned eel/ tuna has been aided by experiences of looking at life from the perspective of a kāhu auditing rubbish that has been collected from a local roadside, learning about water quality to planting natives at Rimu School

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148Enviroschools
Northland
Te Taitokerau

2 Regional partners
18 Collaborators

295Enviroschools
Auckland
Tāmaki Makaurau

6 Regional partners

201Enviroschools
Waikato

14 Regional partners
3 Collaborators

34Enviroschools
Bay of Plenty
Te Moana-a-Toi

3 Regional partners

28Enviroschools
Gisborne
Te Tairāwhiti

3 Regional partners
6 Collaborators

61Enviroschools
Taranaki

7 Regional partners
13 Collaborators

69Enviroschools
Hawke's Bay
Te Matau ā Māui

6 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

99Enviroschools
Manawatu-Whanganui

10 Regional partners

141Enviroschools
Wellington
Te Upoko o te Ika a Māui

10 Regional partners

29Enviroschools
Nelson
Whakatū

2 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

31Enviroschools
Tasman
Te tai o Aorere

2 Regional partners
5 Collaborators

45Enviroschools
Marlborough
Wairau

3 Regional partners

19Enviroschools
West Coast
Te Tai Poutini

4 Regional partners
4 Collaborators

103Enviroschools
Canterbury
Waitaha

9 Regional partners
9 Collaborators

100Enviroschools
Otago
Ōtākou

9 Regional partners
3 Collaborators

52Enviroschools
Southland
Murihiku

5 Regional partners

NATIONWIDE
1,462
Enviroschools
348,600
Tamariki and students
15,700
Teachers and other staff
139
Regional Coordinators and Facilitators
90
Regional
Partners
57
Regional
Collaborators
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