Monday, 10 May 2021 09:03

News Update: Term 2 Week 2

In this week's edition:
-  Music Workshop
-  RockQuest BOP Heats - Sunday 26 May
-  Te Reo Journey
-  Te Hau Komaru National Hourua Festival
-  Have a Go at Synchro!

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Music Workshop

During 7-8 May the Ōtūmoetai College Music Department held a workshop for all their extra-curricular groups. 

This involved students working with mentors such as Jeremy Redmore from Midnight Youth, Joel Shadbolt from LAB, Luke Thompson, and Charlotte Ketel from the Berlin Philharmonic Film Orchestra. 

The workshop ended in a successful concert from these groups who performed brilliantly. We thank them for all their efforts and ongoing commitment.

Joel Shadbolt from LAB, working with students.


RockQuest BOP Heats - Sunday 16 May

The Bay of Plenty heats of the Rockquest are on this Sunday, 11:30am at Baycourt. ($10 on the door, teachers and children under 5 are free). Come along and support the bands!

The Noobides - Arielle Viduya, Grace Duncan, Tyler Sainty, Dominic Clarke.
Freyja - Freyja Dunsmuir, Maya Deare.
Big Angry - Nixon Ririnui, Ashton Blair, Jack Baker, Ben Watson.
P5 - Angus Healey, Fletcher Harbutt, Hunter Ross.
Down, bad turtles! - Zoe Russell, Devan Steyn, Oliver Willacy, Caleb Brewerton, Tom Voller.
Henna - Hannah McNabb, Isaac Miller, Kenta Beech, Casey Flood.


Te Reo Journey

It is our honour to congratulate staff member Mark Lunjevich for his Graduation in his Te Reo journey, achieving a Certificate in Level 1 & 2 Te Ara Reo Māori. 

This year he is currently studying towards his Level 3 & 4 qualification. 

Koia kei runga i a koe Matua Mark!! An inspiration for all our tauira.

Mark Lunjevich with his sister Michelle Estall.


Te Hau Komaru Nationa Waka Hourua Festival

The inaugural Te Hau Kōmaru - National Waka Hourua Festival 2021 will be hosted here in Tauranga Moana from 19-22 May 2021. The 4-day festival includes a range of activities for all members of our community. All key updates can be found on our facebook page - Te Hau Kōmaru.

To participate in the Te Herenga Waka Workshops for Schools, please register your kura in the online registration link here: https://forms.office.com/r/rEr1Y7i17f

Please note that there are limited spaces available for the workshops and registrations are not confirmed until you have received an email confirmation from one of the Te Hau Kōmaru event team.

DownloadTe Hau Komaru National Waka Hourua Festival 2021 


Have a Go at Synchro!

Synchronised swimming is for everyone - the highly competitive athlete or the recreational swimmer looking for fitness & fun. You just need to be a confident swimmer in deeper water. That’s it!

  • Beginner classes ar 1.5 hour lessons at Baywave
  • Supportive and friendly environment
  • First lesson FREE

www.taurangasynchro.co.nz


 

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