Enviroschool Blog



We are the proud recipients of the BRONZE Enviroschools award.

Our school was presented with the Bronze award, Term Two 2016, in recognition of all the amazing work we have done around sustainability.  

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This is our BRONZE reflection tree

The green leaves represent all the mahi we did in 2015

around the kaupapa of Sustainability.

The red worms represent what our next steps are.


Read the posts below to see more of our adventures


Bikes in Schools

Posted 2 months ago

In Term Two our Years 5 & 6 tamariki were part of Bikes in Schools programme, which Hutt City Council runs for primary schools. Our tamariki learnt the importance of looking...

Enviroschool Silver Reflection

Posted 10 months ago

Last Tuesday we completed our silver reflection with the Enviroschool Educators. During the reflection the children acknowledged that we have now developed and sustained our environmental work to a standard...

The Great Keruru Count – 21-30 September

Posted 12 months ago

The Great Kererū Count is NZ’s biggest citizen science project to help gather information on the abundance and distribution of the New Zealand pigeon — also known as kererū, kūkū...

Beeswax lunch wrappers: working towards Zero Waste for lunches

Posted 12 months ago

As part of our school wide focus about sustainability, all tamariki were given the opportunity to make their own Beeswax wrapper.

Conservation Week

Posted 12 months ago

there are many ways everyone can get involved in looking after our environment.

Enviroschools Visit

Posted 17 months ago

We were privileged to have a busload of visitors come to our school during the holidays.

Koraunui Super-Sleuths make it into the Hutt News

Posted 23 months ago

Our children made it onto the front page of the Hutt News.

Term 1 2016 Envirogroup

Posted 3 years ago

Planning today to save the world tomorrow. This was the Envirogroup for term 1 2016

Seed Pots

Posted 3 years ago

How about these for seed pots! Well done Koraunui.

Making Medicines

Posted 3 years ago

We have learnt that many of our native plants and trees have medicinal value. We made medicine to sell at the gala.


Posted 3 years ago


Dowse Art Gallery and Council Trip

Posted 3 years ago

Dowse Art Gallery and Council Trip


Posted 3 years ago