"The Designery” outlet shop showcases creativity at Spotswood College
Spotswood College students are making the most of their produce and creative artwork from their learning programmes through an enterprising business approach. "The Designery" is a place where the public can purchase student products on sale each Thursday and Friday. Read more about the work behind the shop and the success of this student initiative.
Tiny Build creates big opportunities at Opunake High School
Opunake High School teachers and Board of Trustees saw the benefit of engaging students in a hands-on trade skills project. They wanted to move learning from technical drawing and design of scale model tiny homes further, creating an actual dwelling, so that students could gain essential construction skills to complement the concept and design processes. Read more about how this has developed.
Developing skills towards resilient communities – Enviroschools Taranaki 2020 projects
2020 has proven to be one out of the box for the Enviroschools network in Taranaki. The Covid-19 pandemic accentuated the need to develop knowledge and skills towards resilient communities. Enviroschools Taranaki supported 5 key projects over the year, responding to the varying needs and interests of Enviroschools around the rohe.
Kaponga Kura begin the process of creating their exciting cycle way
Kaponga Primary School has begun its journey towards creating a cycle track around their school grounds. Limited access to safe and exciting cycling options has led to students exploring alternatives and starting to put their ideas into action. Read more about this collaborative project.
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Toko School Pupils Research and Look after Beehives
Toko School pupils are buzzing with excitement about beehives. The school owns bees, butterflies, worms and chickens. Read all about their efforts to care for their bees, including planting bee friendly...