TPS participates in the Waterwise programme based at Lake Pupuke. Year Six students take turns attending these popular sessions on Wednesday afternoons between 11:30am – 2:30pm during Terms One and Four. Students learn sailing skills (in an Optimist), kayaking skills and basic water safety. Waterwise programmes are very adult intensive and we are often on the look out for parent help. The tasks are not difficult and no special experience is necessary, as an instructor will be with you at all times.
Check out more details at http://waterwise.school.nz.
If you would like to help us out please contact Jason Barnes firstname.lastname@example.org
There are three Kapa haka groups running at TPS. Vanessa Felix is in charge of leading our Whānau Kererū. If you wish to have further information about these groups, please contact email@example.com Whānau Kiwi and Whānau Tūī lead Kapa Haka within their team programmes. Please contact Kiwi and Tūī learning leaders for more information.
We have a number of choirs running at TPS.
Students in the Kererū team are working towards the Kids for Kids Concert at the Bruce Mason Centre in November and the APPA Festival in November. For further information about choirs at TPS please contact Vanessa Felix at firstname.lastname@example.org
We run a number of Marimba Groups at TPS and each year we participate in the Marimba Festival. For further information about Marimba Groups contact Vanessa Felix at email@example.com
We run a range of Ukulele Groups with a beginner group being taught by an expert Year Six. Each year TPS also participates in the Ukulele Festival. For further information about Ukulele Groups please contact Vanessa Felix at firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Schools working at TPS
Lewis Eady School of Music
Your child can learn to play a musical instrument with us at school!
One-on-one and group lessons take place during the school day. We offer tuition for all stages of musical development – beginner to advanced.
Instrument choices include guitar, piano, keyboard and ukulele. Should there be sufficient interest, drum kit, strings, brass and woodwind lessons will also be available.
For more information and to enrol, please visit www.lewiseady.co.nz
The Music Education Centre
The Music Education Centre offers lessons on Wednesdays and Fridays at Takapuna Primary. They are specialists who offer individual or group sessions with the piano, keyboard, guitar, drums, flute, violin, clarinet and saxophone.