We put the Spotlight on ākonga, environmental education providers and communities who are working together to solve local issues. Seasonal collections of resources are also highlighted here.
Engage with stories, resources and programmes to support local curriculum, with a focus on connection and care for te taiao.
Notice the signs of spring, plant for bees, and protect nesting birds with these resources to support seasonal learning in kōanga.
Watch engaging videos from ECE, primary and secondary teachers, sharing stories and advice to connect ākonga with nature and place.
Collaboration between Enviroschools, students and Porirua City Council produces benefits for ākonga, community and the environment.
Inspiring stories from Ōtautahi schools, highlighting the importance of arts, student agency and wellbeing in climate learning.
Explore stories, resources and programmes that support sustainability and place-based learning in secondary schools and kura.
Bianca Woyak discusses the place-based, outdoor projects that are engaging ākonga at Burnside Primary School.
We explore ways you can use pukapuka with ākonga, including our favourite nature storybooks from Aotearoa and overseas.
Explore resources & events that support ākonga and the wider community to learn about and strengthen their relationships with trees.
Learn about programmes and resources that can support you and your students to explore and care for your local park or reserve.
Explore teaching resources, articles and videos to help support learning, wellbeing and actions in our climate-changed communities.
Resources and articles that support celebration and learning about Matariki, with links to our natural environment and wellbeing.
Students talk about their inquiry learning and projects that have evolved from their curiosity and care for the local environment.
This Enviroschool is empowering students with authentic opportunities to connect with their local environment and community.
Celebrate Seaweek in March with these engaging resources and tools for connecting ākonga with our oceans, beaches and estuaries.