This project aims to demystify pharmaceutical science and equip children and their families with a knowledge-base upon which they can make informed decisions and have confident discussions about medicines.
The project aims to help improve understanding of land-water interactions, develop the ability to utilise maps, and to encourage stewardship of landforms, watersheds and other natural resources among rural New Zealanders.
This schools’ programme will be delivered alongside New Zealand hosting the America’s Cup. Kōkōkaha is a stimulating and motivating context for students to develop science, technology, engineering and maths knowledge and skills.
The Fairfield Project is an urban biodiversity and gully restoration project centred in the diverse community of Fairfield in Hamilton. The ongoing purpose is to provide educational opportunities for all ages alongside the restoration of the culturally an
This project aims to teach youth necessary digital skills for their future while fostering 'soft skills' of creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication (the 4 Cs), all skills that automation cannot replace.
Raglan Area School students will use a locally-discovered fossil as the nexus for a major science discovery program, encouraging these students to recognise their own capability for enquiry-based learning.