Other resources

For a number of years, the Waikato Enviroschools team for facilitators have been creating an annual focus to engage schools in the the kaupapa in fresh and exciting ways.  Here you will find the previous focuses and resources that we have created.

2016 Everything is Connected – Whanaungatanga:

  • The key concepts poster highlights the big ideas that will act as touch points for you.
  • The action learning cycle learning guide is a guide to activities in the Enviroschools Theme Areas, and will help you plan an exciting and engaging inquiry for your students.
  •  Case studies highlight how schools in the Waikato Region have be exploring key concepts and creating integrated and authentic learning for sustainability.
  • Links direct you to relevant videos, books and websites.

2015 Global Issues Local Realities – Teacher’s resource (PDF, 3MB)

2014 Our Place Our Future -Teacher’s resource (PDF, 3MB)

2013 Empowered Students to Empower Others (PDF, 2.8MB)

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The Swannery – nurturing monarchs at Rhode Street School

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One of the first things you notice when you enter Rhode Street School are the biodiverse and vibrant gardens – it’s a living ecosystem.  Colourful flowers provide the much-needed nectar for pollinators including monarch butterflies which are regularly seen.  But … Continue reading

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