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

Students seek a sustainable future with community

Waiotira students seek a sustainable future together with their community through showing an understanding and awareness for Ecological Sustainability, Conservation, Guardianship and being environmentally aware. (School Policy). Read more about what practices and actions they have undertaken and what they plan for the future.

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Persuasive presentation helps push for positive change

Students at Mt Aspiring College are showing what it means to be empowered. They took the initiative to write to their then Mayor, Jim Boult, to ask to become an Enviroschool (despite adults unsuccessfully lobbying for several years). Their proposal was so powerful that he...

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Wiping out Waste with Cloths in Early Childhood Enviroschools

Conscious actions enable us to make a difference to issues by treating our resources as taonga that they are. Early Childhood Enviroschools around the country have been taking on the issue of hygiene waste. Below is a collection of examples of how this has been...

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Tumblers help turn around rodent issues at Tatuanui School

A composting and wormery project at Tatuanui School was a perfect example of supporting student-centred learning, featuring problem solving, collaborating, communicating and resilience-building along the way with the bonus of reduced waste and supersonic soil.

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Growing a Living Learning Landscape at KiNZ Mission Heights

KiNZ Mission Heights are continuing to create a centre environment that is a living sustainable learning context that fosters a greater understanding of all living things and helps develop a sense of respect and belonging for their place. Read more about their journey here.

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148Enviroschools
Northland
Te Taitokerau

2 Regional partners
18 Collaborators

300Enviroschools
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

101Enviroschools
Manawatu-Whanganui

10 Regional partners

141Enviroschools
Wellington
Te Upoko o te Ika a Māui

10 Regional partners
11 Collaborators

29Enviroschools
Nelson
Whakatū

2 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

31Enviroschools
Tasman
Te tai o Aorere

2 Regional partners
5 Collaborators

45Enviroschools
Marlborough
Wairau

2 Regional partners
1 Collaborator

19Enviroschools
West Coast
Te Tai Poutini

4 Regional partners
4 Collaborators

106Enviroschools
Canterbury
Waitaha

9 Regional partners
9 Collaborators

100Enviroschools
Otago
Ōtākou

9 Regional partners
3 Collaborators

52Enviroschools
Southland
Murihiku

5 Regional partners
2 Collaborators

NATIONWIDE
1,471
Enviroschools
350,500
Tamariki and students
15,700
Teachers and other staff
148
Regional Coordinators and Facilitators
90
Regional
Partners
69
Regional
Collaborators
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