Thursday, 23 May 2013

Goals for 2013

Our goal is to have environmentally active children who treat every day as a green day. We are going to....

  • Reestablish an Enviro Group and get active
  • Focus on class Kaitiaki-make a difference!
  • Integrate Enviro Schools within the curriculum and get involved.
  • Share our achievements at syndicate hui, assemblies and with our friends and families
  • Get involved in the community
  • Get our hands dirty and have fun
  • Build a three-bay composting bin system.

Our Beautiful Duck Walk

Friday, 17 May 2013

Green-Gold Hui at Naenae Primary

Mrs Jones, Mrs Graham and Ms Lunjevich attended a hui at Naenae Primary to reflect on our EFS (Education For Sustainability) status. 
What does it mean to be Green-Gold and where to next?
How do we make EFS sustainable in our school?
What does it look like in other school?

Mrs Jones learning from the tamariki about growing lettuces.

Water catchment and vegetable garden

Naenae Schools wonderful orchid. We tasted some delicious Feijoa Relish made from the orchid produce. 

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Enviro Day 2010

Sharing our learning

Celebrating our school

Smiling faces

A representative from the Butterfly Garden!

Heading towards a healthy environment!

Part of the beach clean up.

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Blessing the Refurbished Rawhiti Block 2010

 An early morning blessing and sharing of food to celebrate the reopening of an exceptional learning space.

Kapa Haka

Cutting the Ribbon

Early morning on the verandah

Delicious Kai

Our Journey So Far

A record of the journey between 2002 and 2009.
Since 2002 Pukerua Bay School has had The Environment at the Heart of its journey. The children, staff and community have been involved in a range of events from the visiting the Wellington Waste Station to building Birdbaths and designing and creating mosaics documenting the exploration of Pukerua Bay Beach. The Journey into Enviro Schools has well and truly begun.