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

Our network response to Covid-19 - Strengthening Connections and Building Sustainable Communities

The pandemic response has provided plenty of opportunities to reconnect with our quality Enviroschools resources and share these with others in our bubble. Find out more about how our people have been approaching the current situation in a positive way, with manaaki, aroha and creativity.

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Collaborative Approach to Restoration of waterways and biodiversity in Tairawhiti Communities Creates Local Curriculum.

The WaiRestoration programme is being implemented in Tairāwhiti in a way that aligns to local priorities and water management goals. It strengthens classroom learning and actions undertaken in Enviroschools and provides a range of practical learning opportunities for all those involved. Find out more about...

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West Coast Enviroschools Roll Up Their Sleeves for a Litter-Free Aotearoa

West Coast Enviroschools’ are collectively taking a hands-on approach to a matter close to their hearts and homes - beach litter. Read about the benefits of a citizen science workshop series, the school and community long-term response and contribution to a national data base here.

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Rāhui 2020 – Vision Mapping and Planning for the Future at Thackray’s Hall

Using the Enviroschools Vision mapping process for our own place and people was something many in the Enviroschools network engaged in over lock-down. Ruairi Kelly, living in Manawarū, Waikato shares his experience. Find out more about the Vision for the Kelly family at Thackray’s Hall...

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Royal Road School – A Journey of Inspiration and Celebration

Royal Road School has been busy designing an amazing 5-metre banner and wall panels to visually show elements of the story of their growth and journey as an Enviroschool. The banner is the product of a long-term commitment towards creating a sustainable community, and empowering the young...

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126Enviroschools
Northland

3 Regional partners

277Enviroschools
Auckland

5 Regional partners

179Enviroschools
Waikato

15 Regional partners

61Enviroschools
Bay of Plenty

5 Regional partners
5 Collaborators

27Enviroschools
Gisborne

4 Regional partners

61Enviroschools
Taranaki

7 Regional partners
9 Collaborators

64Enviroschools
Hawke's Bay

6 Regional partners
1 Collaborator

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

89Enviroschools
Otago

8 Regional partners

48Enviroschools
Southland

5 Regional partners

NATIONWIDE
1,341
Enviroschools
335,700
Tamariki and students
15,700
Teachers and other staff
159
Regional Coordinators and Facilitators
91
Regional
Partners
18
Regional
Collaborators
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