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.
Metamorphosis of young minds
At Clevedon Kindergarten creating a wildflower garden and being involved in protecting the Monarch chrysalises and butterflies is part of a conscious effort to provide a learning environment that nurtures inquisitive minds and a kaupapa of respect and empathy for all living things.
Community Composting System a Natural Choice for Waiheke Students
Waiheke High School Sustainability Group leader, Ella Singh, tells us about how Enviroschools Earthwise Action funding has not only enabled the purchase of their first composting system but inspired further learning and action towards their vision of a Waiheke Island Community Composting hub.
Getting to the bottom of zero waste in an early childhood setting
In this inspirational story we hear about the significant journey towards zero waste that Pakuranga Baptist Kindergarten has been on, what the enablers were and how they are now supporting the wider early childhood community to embrace this kaupapa. Mīharo!
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