Find out about events and workshops we are running, and how to sign up. Read and sign up to our environment education newsletters.
Stay tuned in for Regional Council events. If you’re wanting to create your own event, such as a beach clean-up or planting day, we may be able to help you out. Get in touch with Sally.
Secondary Students from across our region attended the first Youth Climate Action Camp. This event was designed to enable our young people and experts to collaborate and develop key take-home messages and actions.
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Welcome back to another exciting year of outdoor learning and teaching! A big ‘thanks’ to everyone who participated in our 2020 Connected to Nature workshop series. To those of you who are new to these teacher workshops facilitated by Hawke’s Bay’s Enviroschools and Cape to City education teams, welcome aboard!
|Thursday 8th April||Workshop time reflects ECE staff availability: 5.15pm – 7.15pm.
Nature Preschool, 4 Hicks Lane, Clive Take a fresh look at how extending your local curriculum and sharing the stories of ‘your place’ can enhance your learning programmes! A hands-on approach to professional development at an Early Childhood Education Centre. Teachers from all sectors of education welcome! Register now below.
|Thursday 17th June - Matariki
||Kohupātiki Marae, Farndon Road, Clive
Matariki – a time for reflection. Whose past and present stories do learners hear about their local places? How do we show what we value, in and about our schools and learning centres? Teachers from all sectors of education welcome!
|Thursday 16th September||Taradale High School, Murphy Road, Taradale
Hands-on session exploring ways of taking secondary-level learning into the school grounds, making learning personally relevant via a local curriculum lens. Teachers from all sectors of education welcome!
|Thursday 4th November
||Ōtāne Primary School, Higginson Street, Ōtāne, Central Hawke’s Bay
Learning ideas you can use and adapt to bring your unique places and stories alive across the curriculum. Discover supporting resources and inspiration to fuel your learning and teaching outdoors! Teachers from all sectors of education welcome!
All workshops except #1 will commence at 3.45 pm with afternoon tea and finish at 6.00pm. You will receive further information via email closer to the day. If you have any queries, please email or phone Sally Chandler 027 6364984 or Megan McBride 027 2014 766.
This quarterly publication is available to all our Hawke’s Bay Enviroschools. You can view previous issues here.
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