The annual Waikato Waldorf School, Medieval Carnival is a truly unique school fundraiser, and has been part of Hamilton’s event calendar for over 20 years. For one day each year the school is transformed into a medieval village. Castle walls … Continue reading →
Over the past few years Waikino School has become well known for doing things a bit differently. This year they have started a ‘Forest Schools’ programme with teacher Lauren Bartram leading the way. Forest Schools is described as empowering children … Continue reading →
The first-ever peat lake BioBlitz comes to Lake Rotopiko on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th February when scientists and volunteers will explore the site with the public and hunt for as many different species of fauna, flora and fungi as … Continue reading →
Do you know an early childhood centre, school or community group that’s doing great restoration work or wants to get started and doesn’t know how? The Habitat Heroes resources and 2017 competition is a great place to start! The Habitat Heroes Competition is … Continue reading →
Well worth a listen! Oturu School Principal, Fraser Smith talks to Kathryn Ryan about being shortlisted for best first book at the NZ Book Awards. Fraser talks at length about writing Awatea’s Treasure in collaboration with his students and being a Green Gold Enviroschool, student agency, and the benefits for the whole school community.
The Avis Leeson Trust have more than 1,000 fruit trees to give away this year thanks to the generosity of Andy and Sandi McGrath of McGrath Nurseries. This year there will be lots of apples and pears with the possibility … Continue reading →