Regional Enviroschools Map
Whenuatanga - Our Place
Jacqui Lees, Kaiwhakahaere/Team Leader Pakuranga Baptist Kindergarten, reflects on their focus on strengthening Belonging and Identity of refugee and immigrant children in their kindergarten.
Students’ Actions Lead the Way in Zero Waste Education at Wakaaranga School – a four year journey
Wakaaranga School has been proudly displaying it's collection station for four years as a way of highlighting the school's journey toward zero waste and to offer an alternative to adding to landfill.
Enviroschools Teacher Aides Worth Their Weight in Green-Gold
The Enviroschools Teacher Aide (ESTA) Pilot project is an inspiring initiative that came out of the Auckland Green-Gold Principals Think Tank process.
Bugs With Benefits
Meaningful teaching and learning out in the environment builds problem solving, literacy, numeracy and practical skills. Enviroschools Teacher Aide Ashlee Bryant tells us how the students from Room 13 at West Harbour School controlled aphids in their class vegetable garden through designing and building bug hotels
Plan A, B, C is Earth!
Students at Sylvia Park School were asked, “How can we ensure we don’t need Mars as our Plan B planet?” In response, students and teachers designed and constructed their own outdoor classroom – improving the school’s sustainability and helping to educate friends and whānau.