CodeCamp April School Holiday Programmes at Queen Margaret College and Chilton St James.

 

We also have a new promotion!!

Bring A Mate (BAM) and 6% of your order total will be credited back to you before the class starts. Its super easy just tell us the name of the Parent who you have referred and if they enroll you get money back.

So get talking and save money

Please Note: BAM credit is subject to the referred parent enrolling in a holiday program.

 

We are now offering later pick ups (3pm - 5pm) and a 5th day add ons:

- 5th-day addon $65

- Late pick up $15 per child per day

Promo Codes: Save up to 17%

Alumni Discount 5%: use 'Alumni19'

Siblings Discount 6%: use 'SIB'

BAM Credit 6%: refer a mate

 
 

Our Location & Dates

 
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Queen Margaret College, Thorndon

- 14th April – 17th April 2020

(NOTE: no class on the 13th April due to Easter Monday)

- 20th April – 23/24th April 2020

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Chilton St James, Lower Hut

- 20th April – 23/24th April 2020

 
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Ages: 7 – 11 Recommended for beginners and intermediate block-based coders.

We use a mix of Scratch, Tynker, App Inventor & Other block-based platforms

 

 

Junior NInja
 
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Ages: 11+ Recommended for Advanced Block-based coders.

Students can choose to build mobile apps with advanced block-based coding or start learning advanced text based coding concepts.

 

Hacker
 
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Ages: 11+ Recommended for Advanced text-based coders only.

Students must have completed the junior & Hacker levels to advanced into the Full Stack Course

 

Community Sports Banks have been set up in your community to allow everyone access to sports gear, and get more kids active.  

If you’ve grown out of sports gear from last year, or don’t use it anymore, drop it in, so it can be used again and someone else can enjoy playing because of it. 

Your nearest sports bank is

St Ninian’s Uniting Parish, 208 Karori Road, Karori

For more information check us out on facebook  www.facebook.com/communitysportsbank/

Room in the car?  Keep your neighbours and school friends in mind when you’re registering for sports, and offer a ride to games and trainings.  Tell your kids to tell their friends.

Sports clubs also often have a selection of second hand boots for a small cost, to enable cheaper participation.  Some clubs have scholarships too.   Give them a call or email.

Want to find out more about scouting? Wondering about becoming a Kea (age 5-7), Cub (age 8-10) or Scout (age 11-14)? Northland Scout Group is having a sign-up and information night 6.30 pm Thursday 19 March, Northland Memorial Community Centre, 5 Woburn Road, Northland. Like to know more or get involved sooner? Check us out at www.facebook.com/NorthlandScouts or email Northland.Scouts@gmail.com for more information.

CodeCamp April School Holiday Programmes at Queen Margaret College and Chilton St James.

 

We are now offering later pick ups (3pm - 5pm) and a 5th day add ons:

- 5th-day add-on $65

- Late pick up $15 per child per day

Promo Codes: Save up to 21% just enter at checkout, EarlyBird discount available until March 6th.

Alumni Discount 5%: use 'Alumni20'

Siblings Discount 6%: use 'SIB'

Early bird Alumni Single Student Discount 15%: use 'EASTERSINALUM'

Early bird Alumni Siblings Discount 21%: use 'EASTERSIBALUM'

All Dates Available At All Venues

- 14th April – 17th April 2020

(NOTE: no class on the 13th April due to Easter Monday)

- 20th April – 23/24th April 2020

 
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Ages: 7 – 11 Recommended for beginners and intermediate block-based coders.

We use a mix of Scratch, Tynker, App Inventor & Other block-based platforms

 

 

Junior NInja
 
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Ages: 11+ Recommended for Advanced Block-based coders.

Students can choose to build mobile apps with advanced block-based coding or start learning advanced text based coding concepts.

 

Hacker
 
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Ages: 11+ Recommended for Advanced text-based coders only.

Students must have completed the junior & Hacker levels to advanced into the Full Stack Course

 

 

Full Stack
 
 

Registrations are open 3 March!

Tawa Recreation Centre has your child care covered for the upcoming school holidays. Your Tamariki will be learning about first aid, taking part in an amazing race, baking ANZAC biscuits, having EGGstra Easter fun and playing a range of sport, to name a few.

 

Click here https://wellington.govt.nz/recreation/stuff-for-kids/school-holidays to register. Contact us 232 2260 for more information.

PRIDE LANDS FUN HOLIDAY ADVENTURES 

AUTUMN HOLIDAYS AT OTARI SCHOOL – WILTON


Dates: 14th – 24th April 2020 from 7.00am-6pm daily 


Fees: 
Daily $81/cub per session or $148 for two or more siblings per session
; 
Weekly: $243 per cub/week or $453 for two or more siblings/week


Discounts/Funding Available: Wild Card (15%) off across all our services


MSD approval providing WINZ Subsidies for eligible families. 



Social Development: Interactive Activities and NO TV or Video Games, 
Kai Cubs Cooking and Life Skills Programme creating healthy Breakfast, Lunch and Afternoon Teas.

Overnight Sleepover: Some of our cubs will have an overnight sleepover at Matiu-Somes Island (Spaces are limited). Evening activities will include star gazing, camp fires with marshmallows, bush walks, fishing, watching blue penguins come to shore and other native and exotic birds. Boy, it will be breath taking!

Qualified 1st Aid Trained Activities Coordinators

One-on-One Care: Available for cub(s) if extra support is needed


SHUTTLE SERVICES (with booster seats) AVAILABLE


Please contact us: 0800 PRIDE 4 U Or Register online: www.pridelands.org.nz or 
Visit our Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/PrideLandsChildcare

 

 

In the Wings: Drama classes for Primary, Secondary, and Adult students. Wednesdays in the Hataitai Bowling Club. Trial classes and family discounts can be arranged. Check out our options www.inthewings.co.nz or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Northern United Junior Hockey Club

The Northern Suburbs’ home of hockey for school years 3-8

 

 

 

2020 Season

 

School Years 3-8

 


Online registrations are open now

 

Season dates:  May 2nd to 19th September

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information:

§  Web: www.nujhc.org.nz

§  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

§  FB: https://www.facebook.com/NUJHC

 

The Crofton Downs Primary School Board of Trustees invites applications from parents who wish to enrol their children at the school in the 2019 academic school year.  Enrolment at the school is governed by an enrolment scheme, details of which are available from the school office and on our website.

To complete an application please click THIS LINK. The deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm, October 15th, 2018.

The Board has determined that 6 places at New Entrant level are available for out of zone enrolments in 2019. Parents of students who live within the home zone should also apply by the 15th October deadline to assist the school to plan appropriately.


If the number of out of zone applications exceeds the number of places available, students will be selected by ballot. If a ballot is required it will be held on 30th October 2018. Parents will be informed of the outcome of the ballot within three school days of the ballot being held.

Due to demand, Ni Hao Children's Community Charitable Trust is providing Beginners Mandarin classes (Level 1) in the Khandallah area from Term 2 onwards, on Tuesdays 3:30-4:40pm at The Village Church. This is open to children in Years 1 to 8 (however if there is large mix of ages, we will split into two classes: Years 1-4 and Years 5-8). 

 

Your child will learn Mandarin Chinese as a Foreign/Additional Conversational Language in a fun and engaging way, in a full immersion environment with their peers. Our programme is for those from non-Chinese backgrounds and Chinese heritage  families who do not use Mandarin.
The children will learn in a way that is meaningful and relevant to life (practical, not academic), with social interaction/conversation, games, raps. We do not spend time painting or making crafts as the focus is on developing oral language skills. Your children will also be introduced to some basic Chinese character writing related to the curriculum. (Please note that learning a new language once a week is a long term commitment. Our programme is planned for children to attend consecutive terms / school years).
Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit nihaocc.org.nz for more info, view the schedule and to sign up for a trial! There are also opportunities to provide lunchtime or after school classes in your child's school if the school permits and has suitable space.
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