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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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Hononga Horizons - connections to the Enviroschools kaupapa, to each other, and te taiao

Recently the Enviroschools Manawatū – Whanganui (Horizons) facilitation team came together in Whanganui for a professional development hui. This hui was about Hononga - our connections to the Enviroschools kaupapa, to each other, and te taiao, with a focus on coastal or beach (tātahi) environment.

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CONFESSIONS OF A NEW ENVIROSCHOOLS TEACHER

As Sacred Heart School in Reefton celebrates their one-year anniversary of becoming an Enviroschool, Kaiako Rose O’Connor reflects on how she is now far more environmentally aware and ‘walking the talk’. She has made big changes in her household and reports that the students in...

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Lockdown inspired creative online sharing with a positive outcome for Waiheke High School

Waiheke High School students, staff and community can now confidently say that they are a Bronze Enviroschool. Their enthusiasm to continue the holistic reflection process was not dampened by the COVID lockdown and led to an innovative on-line sharing and decision-making process.

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North East Valley Normal School students tell Otago Regional Councillors their vision for the future

This is a collaborative approach to telling a story of empowerment and influence. Teacher Theresa Bowen, from North East Valley School sets the scene describing the opportunity for students to present to ORC. Robyn Zink, Enviroschools Otago Regional Coordinator, outlines the process and preparation and...

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Learning Barefoot at Paekākāriki

Paekākāriki School have worked with Enviroschools to build on their place-based ‘barefoot learner’ principles to reach a stage where spending time learning in the natural environment is an integral part of their programme. This helps give ākonga a sense of belonging and citizenship - an...

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134Enviroschools
Northland
Te Taitokerau

3 Regional partners

287Enviroschools
Auckland
Tāmaki Makaurau

5 Regional partners

189Enviroschools
Waikato

14 Regional partners

29Enviroschools
Bay of Plenty
Te Moana-a-Toi

3 Regional partners

27Enviroschools
Gisborne
Te Tairāwhiti

4 Regional partners
6 Collaborators

60Enviroschools
Taranaki

6 Regional partners
10 Collaborators

68Enviroschools
Hawke's Bay
Te Matau ā Māui

5 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

81Enviroschools
Manawatu-Whanganui

10 Regional partners

133Enviroschools
Wellington
Te Upoko o te Ika a Māui

9 Regional partners
7 Collaborators

29Enviroschools
Nelson
Whakatū

2 Regional partners

30Enviroschools
Tasman
Te tai o Aorere

2 Regional partners

36Enviroschools
Marlborough
Wairau

3 Regional partners

15Enviroschools
West Coast
Te Tai Poutini

4 Regional partners
5 Collaborators

101Enviroschools
Canterbury
Waitaha

10 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

97Enviroschools
Otago
Ōtākou

8 Regional partners
3 Collaborators

51Enviroschools
Southland
Murihiku

5 Regional partners

NATIONWIDE
1,371
Enviroschools
328,400
Tamariki and students
15,700
Teachers and other staff
151
Regional Coordinators and Facilitators
87
Regional
Partners
33
Regional
Collaborators
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