This page is currently being updated; some activiities on offer may change in 2023
All of our children experience a rich arts and cultural programme. We have a wide variety of co-curricular groups that are run by our teaching team and operate at lunch time. Depending on ages and numbers, children may join any of the following activities:
Junior Art Club Term 3 All NE-Y2 children who love to draw are welcome to attend. No cost. Wednesdays in Kindle 2 @ 12:45 pm
Contact: Natalie McCulley firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Choir Terms 2 & 3
Fridays in Room 3 @ 12:45 pm
Contact: Bronwyn Macgregor email@example.com
Junior Makey Makey Term 2
Club Wednesdays in Room 2 @ 12:45 pm. No cost.
Contact: Nichola Ferguson firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Scooter Club Term 2
Thursdays @ 1pm on the junior courts. No cost.
Children require their own scooter and helmet.
Contact: Michele Dakers email@example.com
Middle Team Choir Terms 2 and 3
Wednesdays @ 2:15 pm in Room 10. No cost. Performances as arranged.
Contact: Linda King firstname.lastname@example.org
Brass Trumpet, Cornet and Trombone Lessons
Thursday mornings in Room 8A. Private tuition costs and instruments for hire.
Cost: Group lessons (3 max) $10 per lesson and $40 bond for plastic
Contact: Dr E. Moore 027 289 6570 or email: email@example.com
Chess For Years 3-6 Terms 1 & 2. *Starts in week 5, term 1
Enjoy the opportunity to learn to play chess and to play against each other.
Fridays @12:45 pm in Te Puna Ako - upper level. No cost.
Contact: Sam Hamilton firstname.lastname@example.org
Drama Club For Years 3-6
Enjoy the opportunity to play drama games, learn short scenes and put on mini performances.
Thursdays @ 12:45 pm in Upper Te Puna Ako. No cost. This club will start up after the year 6 camp - so not until the end of term 1.
Contact: Helen Spain email@example.com
Kapa Haka For Senior Children
Enjoy the opportunity to get involved with practices. No cost.
Mondays @ 1:30 pm Performances as arranged.
Contact: to be confirmed
Pasifika Performance Thursdays @ 2:10 pm
Performances as arranged. No cost.
Contact: Claire Spencer firstname.lastname@example.org
Piano / Keyboard Piano and keyboard lessons at times to be arranged. Private tuition costs.
Brenda has some spaces available.
Contact: Brenda 03 489 3032 or 020 4001 6743
Alternatively contact: Dianne 0275 049 450
Saturday Morning Music Term Times
Saturday mornings at George Street Normal School
A variety of instruments to choose from and hire ($80 per year). Lessons are 1
Contact: Stephanie Hobbs 477 2296
Science Club For Years 3-4 Term 2
Tuesdays. Details to be advised.
For Years 5-6 Details to be advised
Contact: Michele Nicolau email@example.com
Kaitiaki Club Wednesdays. Meet by M2A/M2B. No cost.
Contacts: Claire Spencer firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Henderson email@example.com
Philosophy Club For Years 2-6 Terms 2 &3
Children view short videos on science and technology topics and debate issues, challenging the viewpoints of others in a respectful way. No cost.
Tuesdays @ 12:30 pm in Room 16
Contact: Michelle Hunt firstname.lastname@example.org
Construction Club (Jnr) Junior Side Term 3
All children on the Junior Side are invited to use the school's Lego in Room 4
Tuesdays @ 12:45 pm
Contact: Sarah Mackenzie email@example.com
Jump Jam For Years 2-6 (actual date to be confirmed)
Contacts: Claire Harper firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda King email@example.com
Programming For Years 2-6 Terms 2 & 3
Children on the Senior Side will have the chance to develop the basic concepts of programming to create some animated computer games using tools such as Scratch, Lego, Mindstorms and Sphero. No cost.
Tuesdays @ 12:45 pm - Te Puna Ako - upper level
Contact: Keith Mulholland firstname.lastname@example.org
La Petite Acadēmie For Years 2-6
Fun French Beginners' Classes with the emphasis on communicating orally through the interactive use of fun games, some role-play and 'real life' activities.
Tuesdays and Fridays @ 12:30 pm in the Learning Hub.
Contact: Megan admin@Lpa.co.nz 022 358 2211
C'est si bon!
Waiata for enjoyment For children on the senior side of the school
An opportunity to sing and learn Te reo Māori
Times to be advised
Contact: Robyn Wood email@example.com