Renwick Kindergarten Enviroschools journey with Rousehill Reserve
A decision to weave the Enviroschools Guiding Principles into the fabric of Renwich Kindergarten has helped develop kaitiakitanga, pride, connectedness and responsibility for the space and with each other. Along the way there has been fun and laughter, inquiry and learning and working together.
There's Wēta Whānau in my Woodshed
The tamariki at Picton Kindergarten have been learning all about wētā. This evolved through their exploration of te ngahere and how to care for the native flora and fauna through pest control. Find out more here and have a peek at some successful wētā whare!
St Mary’s awesome orchard action
The Enviro Team at St Mary’s in Blenheim had a vision to provide fresh fruit for their students and community and encourage more wildlife diversity into their school grounds. They considered a range of possibilities before deciding what to do then engaged the whole school in this mahi. Find out more.
Envirogroup leads redesign of garden space at Redwoodtown School
The Envirogroup students at Redwoodtown School have been busy redesigning their Kids Edible Gardens. This development and transformation of their mara kai was enriched by using the Enviroschools resources and concepts to guide learning, create a vision, make decisions, and take action.
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Tunnel house brings butterfly bliss
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Matariki Planting on the Wither Hills
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Linkwater School wins Marlborough Regional Lions Youth Award
Linkwater School is a small rural Green Gold Enviroschool in the Marlborough region so named because it sits between the Totaranui – Queen Charlotte Sound and the Keneperu Sound. Linkwater...
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...