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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

Humane Pest Control - An in-depth Northland Perspective

People engaged in the war against pests face something of an ethical dilemma every day. They know they’re doing work essential to the protection of New Zealand’s native animals, birds, plants and trees – but they’re also actively killing animals that are in our country...

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A Model of Inter-generational Learning - Te Puna Community Kindergarten Celebrates a Special Person

Recently Te Puna Community Kindergarten tamariki, kaiako and whānau came together to celebrate Gordon, (or Farmer Burr as the tamariki know him), our much loved neighbour, now in his 90th year. Find out more about the contribution Farmer Burr has made to this community.

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Kaitiakitanga – Tamariki explore pest control with respect at Ruawai Kindergarten

The vision of a healthy, peaceful, and sustainable community involves bringing together many different skills, perspectives and resources. At Ruawai Kindergarten they have been addressing an issue that affects the well-being of their learning spaces. Head Teacher Teresa Robertson and the teaching team Lisa Matthews,...

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Atua Māori bring sustainability to life at Barnardos Early Learning Centre Wainuiomata

At Barnardos Early Learning Centre Wainuiomata, tamariki have developed a sense of place and belonging through their exploration of ngā Atua Mäori. Learn more about how this deepening understanding of the Enviroschools Guiding Principle, Mäori Perspectives, evolved.

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Te Ngātahi – Growing an Outdoor Classroom from Roots to Tip

A student-led process at Fernridge School in Masterton developed into a whole school inquiry of ecological building and living landscapes. Students helped plan and build an outdoor classroom, developing a greater understanding and respect for their school grounds along the way. Find out more about...

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126Enviroschools
Northland

3 Regional partners

279Enviroschools
Auckland

5 Regional partners

180Enviroschools
Waikato

15 Regional partners

61Enviroschools
Bay of Plenty

5 Regional partners
5 Collaborators

27Enviroschools
Gisborne

4 Regional partners

61Enviroschools
Taranaki

6 Regional partners
10 Collaborators

65Enviroschools
Hawke's Bay

5 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

74Enviroschools
Manawatu-Whanganui

10 Regional partners

134Enviroschools
Wellington

9 Regional partners

28Enviroschools
Nelson

2 Regional partners

26Enviroschools
Tasman

2 Regional partners

36Enviroschools
Marlborough

3 Regional partners

13Enviroschools
West Coast

4 Regional partners
4 Collaborators

98Enviroschools
Canterbury

11 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

90Enviroschools
Otago

8 Regional partners

48Enviroschools
Southland

5 Regional partners

NATIONWIDE
1,346
Enviroschools
337,200
Tamariki and students
15,700
Teachers and other staff
157
Regional Coordinators and Facilitators
89
Regional
Partners
20
Regional
Collaborators
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