Inspiring

Resources

We’ve collected material across all sustainability issues and learning stages, and highlight inspiring people and local action.

Specialist

Providers

Find the right person or provider to bring new perspectives, expertise and community connections to your learning programme.

NZAEE’s mission is to connect and inspire educators, ākonga and communities to learn, collaborate and take action for Papatūānuku.

NZAEE Conference October 11 - 12

We're excited to announce our conference will be taking place later this year. In keeping with the theme of reconnecting with each other, nature and place, we will begin the conference with a Local Connection Day on 11th October in a range of locations around the motu. Please get in touch if you'd like to help coordinate in your area.

On 12th October we will move online with keynote speakers, presentations and interactive sessions. We are currently calling for interested teachers, education providers, academics and community members to submit your details to present as part of the conference. Click through to the conference page to find out more.

Registrations for participants will open at the end of Term Two and watch this space for a dedicated conference section on our website.

Amazing opportunities for integrated learning and community connection

We have resources for educators to provide inspiration, links to programmes, providers and specialists, and can connect you with national and local groups and events for support and training.

Featured Spotlights

Rākau | Trees in our Learning Spaces

Pipiri | June is the perfect time to plant trees in Aotearoa and we have pulled together resources and events that can support ākonga to learn about and strengthen their relationships with trees.

Matariki, Environment and Wellbeing

We have gathered resources and articles that support celebration and learning about Matariki, with links to our natural environment and wellbeing.

Linkwater Students Leading Change

Students from this Green-Gold Enviroschool talk about their inquiry learning and the exciting projects that have evolved from their curiosity and care for the local environment.

Harvest Season with Garden to Table

Tamariki use the vegetables they have grown to prepare delicious, healthy kai and celebrate the autumn season with their whānau.

Aparima College Garden: Community Connections

This Enviroschool in Murihiku - Southland is empowering students with authentic opportunities to connect with their local environment and community.

Ngahuru | Autumn Seasonal Activities

Celebrate the changing seasons with these activities, stories and rituals related to the harvest time of ngahuru and autumn equinox.

Adopt Your Local Park

Learn more about providers, programmes and resources that can support you and your students to explore and care for your local park or reserve.

Whale Tales Art Experience

80 whale tails telling 80 tales of a healthy ocean in Aotearoa's largest public art trail, presented by WWF and their event sponsors.

Rākau | Trees in our Learning Spaces

Pipiri | June is the perfect time to plant trees in Aotearoa and we have pulled together resources and events that can support ākonga to learn about and strengthen their relationships with trees.

Matariki, Environment and Wellbeing

We have gathered resources and articles that support celebration and learning about Matariki, with links to our natural environment and wellbeing.

Linkwater Students Leading Change

Students from this Green-Gold Enviroschool talk about their inquiry learning and the exciting projects that have evolved from their curiosity and care for the local environment.

Harvest Season with Garden to Table

Tamariki use the vegetables they have grown to prepare delicious, healthy kai and celebrate the autumn season with their whānau.

Aparima College Garden: Community Connections

This Enviroschool in Murihiku - Southland is empowering students with authentic opportunities to connect with their local environment and community.

Ngahuru | Autumn Seasonal Activities

Celebrate the changing seasons with these activities, stories and rituals related to the harvest time of ngahuru and autumn equinox.

Adopt Your Local Park

Learn more about providers, programmes and resources that can support you and your students to explore and care for your local park or reserve.

Whale Tales Art Experience

80 whale tails telling 80 tales of a healthy ocean in Aotearoa's largest public art trail, presented by WWF and their event sponsors.

We would love to hear from you!

If you are doing great things that you think we should profile or need help connecting with resources or providers, please get in touch.