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Green School New Zealand to host global sustainability event

An international event that aims to educate and inspire learners to take action in sustainability is coming to Taranaki in March 2024. Green School New Zealand will be the first school in Oceania to host the Beyond COP21 Symposium, first launched in Dubai in 2016, and...

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A glimpse into Middle School, at GSNZ

Middle School is a learning neighbourhood for Years 7-9. In bringing this specific age group together, it allows learners to make a strong, supported transition from Primary School, and sets them up for a smooth and confident transition into their Green School Diploma...

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Art and design, the Green School way

Green School’s creative programme is one that enables learners to understand how art and design can be used in a practical sense to enhance sustainability, systems thinking, and entrepreneurship. Visual Arts teacher, Sarah McCarrison, says the programme allows...

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Emma Vos – Research blog

Emma is a scholar from Europe who has been with us at Green School for the past two months looking into what makes Green School pedagogy unique, as well as discovering what it takes to foster the growth of environmental changemakers. Her visit is part of her Masters...

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Tuakana teina relationships

Tuakana-Teina is a traditional Māori cultural philosophy and practice; literally referring to the relationship between an older and younger sibling, or close family members like cousins. It is when an older or more expert tuakana (brother, sister or cousin) helps and...

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Puanga – Māori New Year celebrations at GSNZ

At Green School New Zealand, Puanga signifies our responsibility for protecting and participating in te ao Māori.  We give it value and presence within our curriculum as it enriches our efforts in community sustainability. On Wednesday we celebrated Puanga as part of...

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Maths and Science Learning at GSNZ

Green School New Zealand takes the best from conventional education and pairs it with a 21st Century way of learning designed to prepare students to thrive in the fast-paced world we live in. The difference in its learning programme is not so much what is taught, but...

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GSNZ ready to welcome its international whānau

The New Zealand government announced yesterday that the country’s borders will reopen to international students from July 31. While that was news the team at Green School New Zealand welcomed with open arms, what was more pleasing was the government’s decision to also...

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Green School hosts global accreditation institute

Green School New Zealand is looking to solidify its qualification path for learners by joining one of the most established accreditation organisations in the world. NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) recently visited the school’s  Ōākura campus as...

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Middle School Mini Quest Bug Hotel

Our Quest programme is based on the development and execution of a self-motivated passion project, that is the culmination of the Green School New Zealand middle school years. Participation in a group 'Mini Quest' is the first step for our Year 9 learners, who will...

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