Enviroschools ‘School Environments’ Workshop

The Enviroschools workshop held by the Northland Regional Council was held at our school and our students did us proud. They were excellent presenters of our school and entertained the guests who consisted of teachers, principals and caretakers from across the district to our hands on learning projects. They were so knowledgeable and enthusiastic and everyone commented about it. Leading and informing visitors with real knowledge and facts brings such an opportunity for leadership while also developing and shaping them in support of any future career.

Hukerenui senior students lead the way at the Enviroschools School Environments workshopA team effort! All done!  Caretakers and teachers worked with students to move the lavender to make way for a pre-school building Alpaca farming proved a popular action station Hukerenui School students are very empowered - exhibiting amazing knowledge and enthusiasm Hukerenui School students talk with teachers and caretakers about their native bush area John, Whangarei Primary's caretaker, works with Aaron to prepare the tyre lavender beds Junior school bee keepers prepare to share their honey stories with workshop participants Lavender clippings good to go Rose & Bay of Islands International Academy caretaker, Samuel, work together on the lavender farm Some of the items used for teaching, learning and production Teresa, Ruawai Kindergarten's head teacher, works with students to give the lavender the soil they love The caretaker panel talks about effective and enjoyable school property management The new lavender farming site The thank you gift of camo gardening gloves proved popular Workshop participants scrub and spray footwear to prevent kauri dieback in the school's native bush area

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