Junior EOTC Activities

Kia ora e te Whānau

On Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 December we will be holding our annual Junior EOTC activities.

Staff have designed a wide range of activities to cover all different kinds of interests and the activities are held both on school grounds and off site.

In LAR time today, Friday 17 November and on Monday 20 November, students will complete a google form to make their selections for their first and second choice of activity. This form will be emailed to students to complete via their school email.

Some activities have a maximum number of students that can be accommodated.

Some activities have a cost to them. Any off site activities will be followed up with letters to whānau about health and consent forms, gear lists, and general trip information.

The activities which have a cost next to them will need to be paid for by Friday 1 December so students are able to attend that activity. When students are confirmed in their activity, you will be notified about payment details.

I have included a list of the activities that are available for students to choose from.

Tramping (2 days and 1 night in the Orongorongo) – $30
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – off site – No extra cost
Crafting and Special Effects Makeup – on site – No extra cost
Leisure / Hauora – sports and activities on site – No extra cost
Mountain Biking – off site at local mountain biking tracks – Possible bike rental fee (tbc)
Kdrama , KPop, K-language – No extra cost
Welly Walks – short walks and adventures around Wellington – No extra cost
Film Appreciation – on site – No extra cost
Pasifika Cultural Handicrafts – on site – No extra cost
Trading Card Game Learn-to-play – on site – $5
Fishing (leaving Monday so 2 nights away at Lake Ferry) – $70
Kaitoke Camp (leaving Monday so 2 nights away) – $30

On Tuesday next week 21 November students will know which activity they have been put in. More information will follow at this time.

If you have any questions please contact me via email at kss@naenae-college.school.nz

Ngā mihi
Katherine Stokes
Deputy Principal