Regional Enviroschools Map
Deepening Connections and Confidence in a Hawke's Bay Enviroschool
An holistic reflection helps to identify new ways of using the natural environment as a learning resource and foster a greater understanding of inter-relatedness of all living things and a concern for their place. Here Enviroschools Facilitator, Sonya Sedgwick, tells us about their engagement and collaboration.
Seasonal Rhythms, Growing, Caring and Sharing at An Early Childhood Enviroschool
As an Enviroschool, Havelock North Central Kindergarten have been modelling the concepts around food equity and sharing at their Kindergarten. Frances Blake, the head kaiako of the kindergarten tells us about the purpose of the OOOOBY pātaka and how the staff and tamariki manage it each day.
Energising Energy Hui in Hawke's Bay
Following on from the Enviroschools National Energy! hui in May 2019, the Hawkes Bay Regional Enviroschools team provided three opportunities for their teachers from early childhood centres and schools to step through the revised Enviroschools Energy! Resource. These “taster” workshops touched on the five key concepts of the Energy! Theme Area and delved into some experiential activities.
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Omakere School’s journey to Environmental Manaakitanga
Omakere School, in Central Hawke’s Bay, provides a vibrant and healthy rural learning environment for its local children. School News spoke to Omakere School principal Sue Taylor about her experience...
The Ōtātara Outdoor Learning Centre – Using the Outdoor Environment as a Context for Learning
The Ōtātara Outdoor Learning Centre is a nature based education space at EIT Hawkes Bay. It is a place where the cultural and creative connection to the land, sustainable use...
Hawke's Bay Energy! theme area workshops
The new theme area booklet is full of great activities to get your students thinking about ENERGY in all its forms! The Hawke's Bay team are planning to run three...