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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
Green-Gold Enviroschool, Wakaaranga, Continues to Weave the Guiding Principles through School and Community.
Wakaaranga students, teachers and wider community reflected on their Enviroschools Green-Gold status in 2019. Here we take a glimpse of what happened on the sharing and decision-making day and the pride with which this Enviroschools celebrates long-term commitment and success.
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.
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Tea & Topics 2020 - Enviroschools and Sustainability
Meet Enviroschools Regional Coordinator Marisa Pene to learn more about Enviroschools and their connections with the community in Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board area. Enviroschools is a long-term holistic sustainability kaupapa that...
Minister of Conservation visits Cockle Bay School
Eugenie Sage, the Minister of Conservation and Land Information, has been spreading the message of conservation with Auckland Enviroschool, Cockle Bay School. Ms Sage engaged with the children and heard...