What a difference a year makes - Aparima College students reflect on 2020
Students in the Aparima College EnvioCouncil and their teacher, Lynne Grove, reflect on a full year of action and challenges, celebrations and planning for the next year. Read what the students and their teacher wrote in the Phoenix (school magazine) to share with others.
Manu Tukutuku and Tracking Tunnels Tackled at Tokanui
Josh Sullivan, one of our new facilitators, and most southern, works for Environment Southland Te Taiao Tonga as Environmental Education Facilitator and supports the Enviroschools Programme in the Southland region along with Regional Coordinator Megan Bates. Here he provides a glimpse of how a day immersed in experiential activities can reinforce learning and ignited long-term action.
Menzies College students develop knowledge and skills through a holistic approach to Living Landscapes
At Menzies College students are being supported to develop a range of knowledge and skills that will equip them to take action in sustainability and regeneration. This has helped foster engagement in environmental management of their place, contributes to qualifications and is part of an initiative to develop a curriculum with local content.
Aparima College Students Reflect on Environmental Challenges and Positive Changes
Within a year of signing up as and Enviroschool, Aparima College students and staff have honoured the work previously achieved and celebrated a significant shift in learning and action within their school community. Read a summary provided by the school of their Bronze reflection sharing five main projects and considering next steps.
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