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Sneak Peek Into The Green School In New Zealand

Sustainable And Innovative Education For Kids 6 to 18!

reen School in New Zealand

Exploring and learning arts, sustainable living, nature, and crafts, joining an educational path that’s anything but boring or feels like a chore, sounds like heaven indeed! Created for the change-makers of not just the future, but also the present, Green School New Zealand is opening its doors this year to kids ages 6 to 18. The school’s vision, “Thrive with Purpose,” is at the core of all their programs, activities, and most valued skills, namely, to think creatively, to be flexible, aware, and collaborative, among many others!

Located in the region of Taranaki, in New Zealand’s North Island, the school’s 60-acre campus has been designed to make the most of a spectacular natural setting. Surrounded by native plants, hills, the Oakura river, and views of Mt Taranaki, this is the perfect place to tune in with nature and learn all the skills our planet and society need!

If you and your kiddies are interested in joining Green School New Zealand and become part of a wonderful learning adventure, check out their admission process here! Also, find out how to attend the school’s site tours – fun! See you at school little Earth Warriors!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Sustainability and entrepreneurship are key for the present and future of our beautiful planet! Learning these skills surrounded by nature in its full glory creates an ideal environment for kids, teens, and parents.

Who It's Perfect For:

Kids and teens eager to learn in a stimulating, creative, and natural environment. Little botanists, artisans, and curiosity-driven kiddos will love Green School too!

What Else:​

Green School New Zealand is part of the Green School Network, with schools in Bali, South Africa, and Tulum.

Where To Find It:​

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