Schools

Project Crimson is acting now to influence the type of planet that our children will inherit. We want as many young people as possible to experience, understand and protect their natural environment.

Project Crimson works with schools in several ways:

Treemendous

A joint initiative between Project Crimson and the Mazda Foundation, helping teachers and students learn about and in nature through the development of amazing outdoor classrooms.

Trees That Count

Connecting business, community and everyday kiwis through a community marketplace. Schools can apply for trees to be planted on school grounds after following some key planning steps.

We’ve prepared an information sheet on planting at schools and a checklist of stages, showing where Trees That Count can help:

https://www.treesthatcount.co.nz/media/17563/9-planting-for-schools.pdf  

Teacher Resources

Nature is the perfect setting for integrated learning. As well as science and ecology, it can be the launch pad for topics around Mātauranga Māori, maths, visual art, music, drama, citizenship and community action. We have gathered a selection of teacher resources to help get you started.