Frequently asked questions

What happens at a EON School Day?

Students aged 9-10 will experience hands-on lessons. The learning content for 2021 focusses on 'Water for Life'. Students will have the opportunity to engage with our programme partners to learn about how water is vital to all life and how the waterways, streams, oceans and rainfall all work intricately together. They will be encouraged to think about the part humans play in our living environment and the impact we have on it. Water is precious, let's look after it!

What is required from parents, teachers and schools?

Connect, connect, connect! The schools where students, parents and teachers connect and share their learnings and experiences from Eye on Nature see rapid benefits for the environments that surround them. We are in the process of designing the lesson plans and organising the paper work for teachers! Check back Term 1 2021. In the meantime, if your school is interested in caring for their local environment, get in touch! We're happy to facilitate school projects such as litter collection, riperian planting and clean-ups. We want to inspire South Auckland students to become Kaitiaki of their environment.

How can we prepare for the School Day?

Start talking! Get the conversation started, why is water so important? Why do we need to look after our land? What part can you play?

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