Wainui Beach School

Gisborne based primary Wainui Beach School is looking to make the most of its Rongoa garden – an area of native trees on the school’s grounds.

Gisborne based primary Wainui Beach School is looking to make the most of its Rongoa garden – an area of native trees on the school’s grounds. It is eager to learn how to utilise the area as an outdoor classroom and how to attract birds and insects to the area for students to observe.

Riverina School

With a passion for environmental education, Riverina School in Pakuranga provides its students with knowledge…

With a passion for environmental education, Riverina School in Pakuranga provides its students with knowledge and tools to help develop their understanding of the natural ecosystem. The school encourages students to connect to the wider community and understand the role every individual plays in building an eco-friendly lifestyle.

Karetu School

Situated on a bush block, students at Karetu School can explore the local natural environment.

Situated on a bush block, students at Karetu School can explore the local natural environment. The school hopes to expand its predator control programme where students monitor different predators and brainstorm effective ways to trap and catch them. Students are also excited to learn more about the bugs and insects in their backyard.

Whanganui Intermediate

Whanganui Intermediate School is dedicated to making learning a real and relatable experience for its students.

Whanganui Intermediate School is dedicated to making learning a real and relatable experience for its students. The school is passionate about expanding its existing forest school programme, which takes students off-site to explore the local bush area and embrace the outdoors. It hopes to inspire the younger generation to incorporate knowledge of the natural environment in everyday life.

Waitara East School

Providing a hands-on learning approach about the natural environment is something that Waitara East School values for its students.

Providing a hands-on learning approach about the natural environment is something that Waitara East School values for its students. The Taranaki based primary school is looking to enhance its knowledge on sustainable gardening and is interested in how worm farming and composting can drive its push for sustainability.