Collaborative Approach to Restoration of waterways and biodiversity in Tairawhiti Communities Creates Local Curriculum.
The WaiRestoration programme is being implemented in Tairāwhiti in a way that aligns to local priorities and water management goals. It strengthens classroom learning and actions undertaken in Enviroschools and provides a range of practical learning opportunities for all those involved. Find out more about what has contributed to this success and built the foundations of a long-term commitment.
Actively Engaged Students Tap into Natural Abundance of Energy in Tairāwhiti
Inspired by the recent Enviroschools Energy! Roadshow, Tairāwhiti Enviroschools and Electric Village collaborated to bring an exciting Energy! workshop to local schools...
Rethinking Waste Through a Māori Perspective
Tairāwhiti Enviroschools Facilitators Kauri Forno and Kirsty Gaddum tell us about a hui designed with mana whenua that wove traditional Mātauranga Māori with contemporary choices around waste. The day that eventuated on Titirangi maunga was place-based and linked to examples of traditional Māori living, gardening, and cooking.
Tikitiki School Explore Water of Life
Tikitiki School use the Water of Life Theme Area to find out how much of the world's water is actually drinkable...
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Tairāwhiti Enviroschools Events 2020
Check out all the amazing, inspiring, exciting events happening across Tairāwhiti in 2020! Download the 2020 events flyer here Remember: Tãirāwhiti Enviroschools Action Fund is back for 2020 (thanks to Eastland Port)....
Outdoor classroom adds to the learning at Whangara School in Gisborne
An outdoor classroom is being created opposite Whangara School and Kindergarten. The wetland is being restored with native plants, and is part of Whangara Farms, on Whangara B5 land, and...