Why did the penguins come to live at Sue's house?
When a little blue penguin chose to move in beneath teacher Sue’s house, her students started a learning journey about the habitat and plight of this native bird. Find out more about this enquiry that led to ecological building construction on a small scale.
Transition becomes reciprocal through a sustainable community approach
Two Enviroschools in Hira, one a kindergarten and the other a primary school are working together to ensure knowledge and understanding of sustainable practices and environmental concepts are honoured through the transition process, and built upon as young children move along their learning journey. Find out more about the Hira Rural Kindergarten and Hira School Enviroschools collaboration.
Reduce Waste by Swapping Clothes!
Nelson Enviroschools was most impressed to see Billie from Hira School take on the issue of fast fashion by organising a clothes swap event at her school...
How History Guided Our Inquiry
Enviroschools Facilitator Heather Graham explains how the Nelson Heritage Festival event inspired Enviroschools students to develop their ideas about active travel.
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Fun and Games help Develop Knowledge of Nature Play
An Early Childhood teachers workshop around nature play, organised for the beginning of the year then postponed till term 4 ended up having multiple benefits for the Top of the...
Nelson School Children Step into Spring!
Recently the Nelson Enviroschools team have been working to promote active transport. Seven Schools took part in the Step into Spring initiative to help encourage more active journeys to school....
Young People Taking Big Steps for the Environment
With many Nelson youth, schools, and community members engaged in the Enviroschools kaupapa, Holly Cole has captured some of the action, advice, and opinions of locals involved, in a recent...