|Maori Performing Arts|
Students who are interested in kapa haka have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities. The year starts with the powhiri (welcome ceremony) for the new staff and students. Students are encouraged to participate in the regional Nga Manu Korero competitions and if they are successful, go on to compete at national level. Tama Tu Tama Ora travel to tautoko (support) our speakers. The national kapa haka competitions are held in even years while, in other years, there are wānanga (workshops) to enhance students' knowledge and skills in Māori Performing Arts.
Waimea College is a fantastic whanau to be part of, where students can develop some great skills and extend their knowledge in the Māori culture.
Tue 29 Jan 8.00pm - 4.30pm
Wed 30 Jan 8.00am - 4.30pm
Thu 31 Jan 8.00am - 4.30pm
Fri 1 Feb 8.00am - 4.30pm
Sat 2 Feb 9.00am - 3.00pm
Wed 6 Feb 9.00am -12 noon
After Wednesday stationery will be available before school, Break 1 and Break 2.
Purchase your stationery at school break times or when called out of class.
From Monday 11 February stationery will continue to be sold before school, at Break 1 and Break 2 from the Stationery Shop in the Kiosk Quad.
Follow this link to signup onliine for instrument lessons
Waimea Goes Wireless
Students now have access to wireless at Waimea. Students are welcome to bring laptops and netbooks in class to aid their learning.
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