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Students Design and Build a New Sustainable Whare Heihei!
The students at Granity School have used their powers of action research and sustainable thinking to design and build a new whare heihei. With multiple challenges at hand the students have brainstormed and planned all the criteria that a West Coast chook house needs to last the distance.
Student Leaders Join Forces in Inter-Regional Biodiversity Learning
Student leaders from Enviroschools in Te Tai Poutini (West Coast) and Waitaha (Canterbury) met at Arthur’s Pass for an incredible few days learning about the rich alpine biodiversity and why it is important to protect this special place. A day in nature's classroom was enough to leave these students brimming with ideas and enthusiasm for further biodiversity work.
Granity Rolls Out the (Sustainable) Red Carpet
Granity School have been busy making short-films on the theme of sustainability for the nationwide, ‘Outlook for Someday’ film challenge. Through the filming process, senior school students explored their local environment and community and shared their perspectives on sustainability.