Day of inspiration for Tasman's Envirogroups and Lead Teachers showcases Ngatimoti School
It’s cool to be an Enviroschool! Enviroschools Tasman facilitators held a professional development day for their network hosted by Ngatimoti School in May 2021. The programme provided learning and development for teachers and students, with strong leadership shown by the host students in sharing their knowledge and stories.
Tasman Mission provides a positive challenge for 2020
The Tasman Mission event is an annual challenge for groups of students from 7 -12 years old engaged in the Enviroschools programme in the Tasman District. Below is a recap of this positive event that helped build connections between students and provide a range of environmental and sustainable experiences for participants.
Waimea Students Connect and Contribute through Inlet Inquiry
For over 3 years, Year 9 and 10 students at Waimea College have been actively engaged in their local environment through a cross-curricular enrichment programme. Find out more about this learning in, about and for the environment that builds knowledge and skills and connections with place.
Waimea Kindergarten reflects at Silver
Recently Nelson Tasman Kindergarten Enviroschools Facilitator Andrea Goodwin and colleagues visited Waimea Kindergarten to learn how projects and participation have grown and strengthened since their bronze reflection. They observed how the kindergarten vision for sustainability was being woven into daily life and how many people are contributing. Read more about Andrea’s experience.
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