There's a handy little list of the final key dates for the 2023 Springs-Waiōrea school…
Solar panels at WSCW
At the time of writing, we have generated 61,522 kWh since our solar array was installed in January 2021, with a capacity of 50kWh on a very sunny day.
At the end of term 1, we ran a fundraiser to try and buy a new solar panel which costs $490 to purchase and install. We have collected $303.
If you would like to donate, click here and scroll down to the bottom.
Make sure your recycling is clean, this means removing any food scraps and rinsing liquids from containers to avoid contamination. If you contaminate everyone else’s recycling by not washing yours, the whole lot could end up in landfill.
- Rinse all containers. • Leave the lids on all bottles and containers. • Containers should be no larger than 4 litres. • Include paper, cardboard, milk and juice cartons e.g. Tetra Pak cartons in your recycling bin.
Get ready for next summer and get āma’s NATURE’S ARMOUR SPF30 BROAD SPECTRUM SUNSCREEN with manuka honey and kawakawa. 100% Reef Safe, does not contain any of the harmful chemicals banned under the Hawai’i reef-safe sunscreen bill, suitable for use from 6 months & up, made in NZ & Certified to Australian and New Zealand Sunscreen Standard, AS/NZS 2604:2012, no plastic in sight!
Sonder & Wilde Hartleigh Bag. Handmade to order by our very own Miss Shirtliff, sustainable packaging, supporting a small local business. S&W goods are consciously designed and created with quality, practicality, functionality and sustainability at the forefront of the design process.