Enviroschools is a nationwide network that empowers students to take action to create healthy vibrant schools and communities.
Nationally there's over 1,300 Enviroschools where students are being inspired to investigate, explore ideas, make decisions and take action on their school and community environment. Toimata Foundation is the national support organisation for Enviroschools.
Regionally, Tairāwhiti Enviroschools is led by Council with support from the Williams Trusts and Eastland Port plus a growing number of collaborators.
Each school creates a school vision, forms an envirogroup, works with the community and implements action projects. Trained facilitators work with each enviroschool to guide, motivate and advise the school along their journey towards sustainability.
Enviroschools is designed for English-medium schools. For Māori-medium spaces, Toimata offers the kaupapa of Te Aho Tū Roa, see their website for more information
Gisborne district schools participating in Enviroschools
|Awapuni School||Barnardos Early Learning Awhi Tairawhiti||Campion College|
|Cobham School||Gisborne Boys High||Gisborne Central School|
|Gisborne Girls High||Gisborne Home Schools||Gisborne Intermediate|
|Gisborne Montessori Preschool||Haetea-a-Rangi School||Ilminster Intermediate|
|Kaiti School||Knox Street Kindergarten||Mangapapa School|
|Makauri School||Makaraka School||Manutuke School|
|Matawai School||Muriwai School||Ngatapa School|
|Ormond School||Pickering Street Kindergarten||Rewanui Early Learning Centre|
|Riverdale School||St Mary's Catholic School||Te Hapara School|
|Te Karaka Area School||Te Wharau School||Te Waha O Rerekohu Area School|
|The Farmyard for Early Learners||Tikitiki School||Tiniroto School|
|Waikirikiri School||Wainui Beach School|
Contact us if you would like more information or are interested in participating.
For the latest news and events , visit Enviroschool's website