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Participating enviroschools

There are 64 Enviroschools in the Otago region. That's a total of 13,878 students.

Our newsletter


Take a look at our latest newsletter here. You'll see loads of highlights from schools taking action in 2013, as well as read about the exciting events planned for term 1 of 2014.

Latest Happenings


Students loving enviroschools...!

Tirohanga Year 7-10 hui 2013, hosting the Enviroschools Regional Coordinators hui, Senior Secondary Students hui, and much more. See these projects and read more here!

Enviroschools Blog sites-keeping Otago schools connected!

The Otago Enviroschools team has created a number of blog sites for Otago Enviroschools, check them out to keep up to date with what's happening in Otago:







Simon Williams works for Wanaka Wastebusters and is an Enviroschools facilitator in the Wanaka/Queestown area.  He has started a blog site to keep students, teachers and schools in his area informed about the wonderful mahi that's going on!  

Check out his blog site here:



Reflection blog: The Bronze reflection process Queenstown Primary School went through.  A wonderfully informative post-well done to all involved! 


Enviroschools Regional Partners in Otago

Dunedin City Council    
Central Otago District Council
Central Otago Rural Education Activities Programme
Clutha District Council
Queenstown Lakes District Council                           
Wanaka Wastebusters    

If your organisation is interested in supporting the Enviroschools programme in Otago please contact your Regional Coordinator.