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Renwick Students Lead BioBlitz
Students in Renwick School’s ‘Green Ferns’ enviro-group organised and ran a BioBlitz this term, to find and identify many of the different kinds of living things at their school.
Engaging Community Awareness to Keep Bay Safe
One of Tirimoana’s youngest residents, Linkwater School student Angus Howe, has designed a noticeboard to educate the community and visitors to the Tirimoana area about keeping Thompson Bay free from pollution.
Wrappin' towards litter-free lunch boxes at Blenheim School
Last term, students at Blenheim School took action to make their lunchboxes more sustainable...
Picton Kindergarten Share Their Knowledge with College Students
On Tuesday 2nd of April, a group of tamariki and kaiako from Picton Kindergarten visited the Kuini Harata Kaitiaki Team (the Queen Charlotte College envirogroup) to deliver a presentation about the monarch butterfly...
From Plant to Plate at Te Paranui
Picton School senior students recently spent a day at Te Paranui permaculture homestead exploring a programme called 'Plant to Plate'. This was a hands-on experience around a whole foods plant-based kitchen and permaculture garden.
Where Should Rubbish Go? Not in Papatūānuku’s Puku!
Redwoodtown School tamariki have been exploring what happens to the rubbish from their lunchboxes. Over lunch one day Ramona asked, “Where does the rubbish go from your lunchbox?” After a variety of answers, Redwoodtown decided it was time to experiment!