Growing Sustainable Communities in Manawatū Whanganui ECE Enviroschools
Across the country we have powerful examples of how tamariki learn as they co-create a sustainable centre and community and with support, take action on real issues in their early childhood centre and wider environment. Here we have snapshot of what this looks like in ECE Enviroschools in the Manawatū Whanganui Region as we celebrate Ruahine Bulls Kindergarten Enviroschools Silver.
Empowered tamariki contribute to a sustainable community
Learn more about the world-famous-in-Linton wormshake production that tamariki at Ruahine Linton Kindergarten are making daily, on their own, with a kaiako or showing tautoko for a friend! The wormshake is used to feed the gardens or sold to the community in the kindergarten shop.
Momentum gained in waste reduction at Puddleducks Manchester St
Being an Enviroschool is about going on a long-term journey of sustainability. This requires commitment and passion along with continuous momentum. Puddleducks Manchester St, Feilding have been extremely successful on their sustainability journey in reducing waste by developing and deepening their Enviroschools practices since celebrating a Bronze Reflection in 2019.
Ecologically sustainable practises intertwined with secondary school values
A central focus for PNGHS has been the development of ecologically sustainable practises that are intertwined within the school values, curriculum, whānau and wider community. They have undertaken a range of projects with a sustainability focus. Read more about how their vision and how this is influencing learning, planning and next steps.
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