Nga Iwi School, Māngere, embed Enviroschools Kaupapa in all they do
Nga Iwi School ākonga are flourishing alongside their garden spaces. Young people are empowered to learn about and engage with their Living Landscapes, guided by the rich local curriculum of Enviroschools and taking important messages about this kaupapa home.
Effective integration of seaweek and science inquiry
Julie Low at Point View Enviroschool in Howick shares a learning journey from their middle school. They creatively planned their term 1, 2023 inquiry to integrate science and Seaweek. See below for a snapshot of this wonderful example of genuine empowerment and curriculum integration.
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.
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Shrubs and students help rejuvenate Bailey Road Native Tree Trail
On Monday 18th September 2023, David Muir’s class of Year 7 and 8 students at Bailey Road Enviroschool, set about rejuvenating the school’s existing Native Tree Trail with 80 plants...
Exploring Living Landscapes and Biodiversity - ECE hui
Toitū te whenua – toitū te ao Sustain the land, sustain the world Early Childhood kaiako in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland were treated to an afternoon exploring the Enviroschools Living...
Innovative Pest Control Engagement in Howick Captures MPI Interest
Congratulations to the team at Sustainable Schools Auckland and the enthusiastic group of students and teachers and whānau that have grabbed hold of an opportunity to eradicate the moth plant...
Students' sustainable solutions for sushi single use plastic
As part of a submission to the 2022 Love Your Place Awards, Henderson Valley School students celebrated their learning and action for reducing waste by creating a video. In this...
Auckland King Tides Initiative
Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa/ Gardens 4 Health
Eastern Bays Songbird Project
Hibiscus Coast Zero Waste
Māngere East Family Centre
Nga Ara Whetu: The Centre for Climate, Biodiversity and Society, The University of Auckland
Nga Kaitiaki Hapori o Pourewa, The Community Guardians of Pourewa
NZ Marine Studies Centre, Otago University
Pacific Vision Aotearoa
Pest Free Howick
School of Natural Sciences, Massey University
Sir Peter Blake MERC
Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust
Te Atatu Marae Whanau Committee
Te Hōnonga a Iwi: Restoring Rosedale Park - North Harbour Hockey Association
Te Pū-A-Ngā Māra
The School of Psychology, The University of Auckland
Trees For Survival
Urban Ark Manawa Taiao
Waiheke Resources Trust
Whau River Catchment Trust
Work and Income NZ / Improving School Attendance Programme