Natural Festivity at Springlands Kindergarten
Are you looking for some ideas for a more natural Christmas? Then I bet you will be inspired by Springlands Kindergarten's nature tree. As we move into the festive season, our tamariki are learning ways of celebrating whilst treading gently on Papatūānuku.
On a mission to improve science teaching and learning
Over the past five years, science-loving teacher Matt Robertson has been on a mission to improve science teaching and learning at Witherlea School, a Year 1 – 6 school in Blenheim, Marlborough. After returning from a Science Teaching Leadership Programme he worked with others created a Science Development Plan, adopted as part of the school’s strategic plan.
Working with Envirogroups
The Marlborough Environmental Education team have been enjoying the opportunity to work with some of their Marlborough Enviroschools envirogroups. Here they outline some of the processes, activities and outcomes from Witherlea, Fairhall and Rapaura Schools.
Canvastown Kids Explore their Living Landscape
As they engage in their Living Landscapes Theme Area, the kids in Canvastown School are discovering what creatures live in their school’s wild places. Through inquiry learning, they are growing their understanding of the way that sustainability is intricately linked to everything we do...
Regional Enviroschools Map
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Tamariki tend tōtara trees
Children from Picton School's kaitiaki group have been working with the community on a project that involved seeds being collected two years ago from the 140-year-old tōtara tree in their...
Regional events help Build Student Empowerment
This year, despite some challenges, the Enviroschools Marlborough team have working with teachers and students to help with learning and action around the environment A day long workshop at...
Waikawa Bay School, Marlborough, enthusiastically Reflects at Silver
Recently students at Waikawa Bay School enthusiastically led a Silver Enviroschools reflection. At Waikawa Bay School they are certainly immersed in their natural world. They are part of a small...