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.
As you plan for next year, watch these short and engaging videos from early childhood, primary and secondary teachers, sharing stories and advice to connect ākonga with nature and place.
Engage with stories, resources and educators who can support the development of your local curriculum | marautanga, with a focus on connection and care for te taiao.
Collaboration between Enviroschools, teachers, students and local government in Porirua has produced multiple benefits for ākonga, community and the environment.
Notice the signs of spring, sow seeds for bees and protect nesting birds, using this collection of resources, events and programmes that support seasonal learning in kōanga.
This Enviroschool in Murihiku - Southland is empowering students with authentic opportunities to connect with their local environment and community.
We have gathered resources and articles that support celebration and learning about Matariki, with links to our natural environment and wellbeing.
We explore ways you can use pukapuka with ākonga, including our favourite nature storybooks from Aotearoa and overseas.
Bianca Woyak has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Science Teacher Prize, in recognition of the place-based, outdoor projects that are engaging and inspiring ākonga at Burnside Primary School.
Winter 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.
Learn more about providers, programmes and resources that can support you and your students to explore and care for your local park or reserve.
Celebrate the changing seasons with these activities, stories and rituals related to the harvest time of ngahuru and autumn equinox.
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.
Tamariki use the vegetables they have grown to prepare delicious, healthy kai and celebrate the autumn season with their whānau.
80 whale tails telling 80 tales of a healthy ocean in Aotearoa's largest public art trail, presented by WWF and their event sponsors.