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.
Students Committed to Supporting Flora & Fauna in Taranaki
Students at Moturoa School in New Plymouth have been doing their bit for increasing the numbers of endangered plants by propagating and planting them out in the wild. This plant propagation and relocation is a locally authentic programme which has support from DoC, District and Regional Council and local Iwi. Read more about this commitment to local learning and action here.
Waitara Students Embracing Sustainability Through Authentic Contexts
At Waitara High School, there is something special going on. From vegetable gardens to chicken runs, fruit and nut trees to freshly baked bread, students are quietly creating sustainability projects with the goal of giving back. Read more about how this secondary school empowers students through authentic contexts.
Opunake Students Develop Building Skills to Create Chicken Motels to Rehabilitate Ex-battery Hens
A group of Sustainability Academy students from Opunaki High School get more than warm fuzzies from a chicken housing project that creates further learning and engagement. Read more about the chain of events that these students undertook to ensure the rehabilitation of their rescued chickens.
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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...