Running a Bioblitz is a great way to explore your local environment and get a baseline for the plants and animals in your school or kura and surrounding neighbourhood. If it becomes a regular event, ākonga will be able to track any changes and take action to improve biodiversity in your area.
If you haven't used iNaturalist NZ before or haven't set up a Bioblitz event using this tool, we highly recommend reading the Teacher Guide first and connecting with local environmental education providers who should be able to support you.
The website link provided above takes you to a summary of how to run a Bioblitz successfully, including technical advice and examples.
You could also check out these related pages:
Tips for using iNaturalist from the Science Learning Hub
Posters and information from Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research