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Winning Combination of People and Process Reducing Waste at Papakowhai School
At Papakowhai School, waste management is led by the students, with strong support from the teachers, the caretaker, the principal, the council, education providers and other schools. When you get the right people on board, and some strong processes in place, the combination can be powerful.
Wānanga with Mana Whenua Significant for Teachers
Enviroschools Te Upoko o te Ika a Māui, with the gracious support of Whaea Pekaira Rei, have been able to bring some initial wānanga opportunities to fruition for teachers in Te Awa Kairangi and Te Whanganui a Tara.
Tuakana/Teina Relationships Alive and Well in Wainuiomata Schools
Konini Primary students wanted to do something to increase the biodiversity at their school. They turned to Wainuiomata High School for advice...
Little Earth Montessori Children Weave a Work of Art
The children at Little Earth Montessori have created a decorative cloak inspired by the Māori korowai tradition...
Marine Expert Inspiration For Local Schools
The Marine Metre Squared Citizen Science workshop held in Porirua and Kāpiti benefitted both teachers and students. These workshops provided fantastic PD opportunities for local teachers who want to support their students to explore the local marine environment in an authentic and meaningful context.
Moriah Kindergarten's Hoki Mai Pēke
On their journey toward becoming sustainable and valuing our environment, Moriah Kindergarten have been making their own small pēke (bags) out of recycled material.
Clifton Terrace Model School Full of Green-Gold Surprises
Clifton Terrace Model School spent a day with their guests, Enviroschools Facilitators Arihia, Gill and Robyn, to share their Enviroschools stories and reflect on their Enviroschools Green-Gold journey.