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International Springboard Diving at Kilbirnie Pool
Come & be inspired at the Pacific Junior Diving Championships this weekend at Kilbirnie Pool – 23-25 August.
Over 60 young divers, aged 12-18yrs, from around the Pacific region will compete in this inaugural event. Three Wellington divers join the New Zealand team competing against teams from Malaysia, Adelaide, Sydney & Queensland.
See www.wellingtondiving.org.nz for more details or contact Barbara on 027 485 8888
Kelly Sports Football Skills – Starts in Week 2!
An 8 week football skills programme at Wests Rugby Club Rooms on Fridays (3.30pm-4.30pm).
Head coach, Adam, has designed this programme to cover both individual and team skills including, Game rules, Ball control, Dribbling, Passing, Tackling, Defence, Team work, Goalkeeping, practice and warm up drills for players and teams.
It is ideal to improve skills and confidence for the Winter Season.
Blended Family Success
Discover how to help children in your step family adjust and create a united, supportive home life. Overcome common challenges and learn practical strategies that really work. Live happily ever after in your stepfamily! ONE NIGHT ONLY. You must register to secure your place.
When: Tuesday 17th September, 7pm – 9pm
Venue: 21 Hania Street, Wellington Central
Does your child love to SING, DANCE and ACT? Dance, Drama and Singing for students aged 4-16 yrs old. Led by London West End performer!
AOTEA-JONSONVILLE-LOWER HUTT Now taking bookings for TERM 3 BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW!
Group based coaching programme
Bronze Level: For newcomers to the sport looking to learn about the techniques and basics to badminton
Tuesdays 4pm - 5pm
Thursdays 5pm - 6pm
Silver Level: For those with a little more experience, that want to develop and hone their skills and techniques
Tuesdays 5pm - 6pm
Thursdays 4pm - 5pm
Junior Club: Join in with other people of similar age and play casual games of doubles
Friday: 4:30pm - 6pm (6+ year old)
6pm - 7:30pm (13+ year old)
Programme for all ages and abilities which will include fun games related to badminton along with some skills and techniques that will help you get that little bit better.
15th, 17th, 19th of July
Community Development Officer
Springboard & Platform Diving at Kilbirnie Pool
Wellington Diving Club runs diving classes for kids aged 5 years and up (plus separate Adult training sessions). Try something new - visit our website and come along for a 30min Trial Lesson! After-school sessions available on Tues/Wed/Thurs/Fridays and we cater for kids of any level from beginners to competitive. Casual “drop-in” sessions also on (most) Sundays.
For more information, please visit our website www.wellingtondiving.org.nz or call/text Barbara on 027 485 8888
Speech and Drama lessons: All ages, group and individual lessons in
drama, public speaking and general speech quality. Trinity College
London exam tutoring and competition entry available on request.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
My name is Michael Stewart and I direct the music at Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, opposite Parliament on Molesworth Street.
I am writing to you to let you know about the opportunity for children to gain a free music education and singing tuition at the Cathedral, an acknowledged centre of musical excellence.
We offer two choirs at the Cathedral: the first, the Children's Choir, is for children aged 5-8. In the Children's Choir members are taught basic musicianship and singing technique in a weekly rehearsal, and join with the Cathedral Choristers for a monthly Thursday evening service.
The Cathedral Choristers are a robed choir of 8-15 year old children, whose skills are developed in singing technique, music theory, public speaking and teamwork through two weekly rehearsals. They lead the weekly Thursday evening Evensong service, with choristers reciting the readings as well as leading all the sung components. The training that the Choristers receive has equipped many graduates to proceed on to national choirs, such as the New Zealand Secondary Schools Choir, and many of the world's leading singers can attribute their start in their profession to having been trained as chorister.
Please see the this video which illustrates a week in the life of a Cathedral Chorister presented by Archie Taylor, one of our graduates who has proceeded on to the NZSSC.
We currently have vacancies in both of these choirs. If you are interested in finding out more, please do not hesitate to contact me on 021 477 257 or at email@example.com
Hayley Johnson Academy of Dancing 205 Main Road Tawa