Fertile Grounds of a Secondary School Grow Intergenerational Conversations about Food Production and Action
Working together to revamp the horticulture area at Palmerston North Girls’ High School has sparked joy for the school community, taught young people about how it takes a team to make a dream and how hauora has been enhanced through collective action. Palmerston North Girls’ High School Sustainability Coordinators Dr Heather Meikle and Mrs Jenny Slade reflect on the learning and action.
Vibrant Growth at Manchester Street School
Manchester Street School students, staff and community are immensely proud of their Enviroschools journey so far. They are working hard to maintain and develop a vibrant and healthy school environment and know they can continue to effect change for a sustainable community, as they reflect on 17 years of an evolving Enviroschools journey.
Enviroschools Teachers’ Regional Road Trip
51 teachers from 23 Enviroschools across the region travelled to the Manawatū District to see what two Enviroschools, one urban and one rural, do to empower their students to act on sustainability issues.
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Applications open for The Pat Kelly Enviroschools Action Fund
Applications for Horizons Regional Council’s Pat Kelly Enviroschools Action Fund opens today, Monday 20 July. Formally known as the Enviroschools Action Fund, the Pat Kelly Enviroschools Action Fund aims to...
Shannon School are growing a forest!
A successful funding application means that Shannon School's dream to grow a forest on the school grounds is about to come true. Shannon School's Enviroschools leader, Adam McCallum, asked the...
The Pat Kelly Enviroschools Action Fund recipients announced
Horizons Regional Council has awarded 10 grants to Enviroschools for environmental and sustainability projects. The Pat Kelly Enviroschools Action Fund, formally the Enviroschools Action Fund, was renamed at the end...