Kauri Whānau Weekly Update: Term 4 Week 7

 In this post:

  • Key dates
  • Production next Monday and Tuesday
  • Top Team next Monday
  • Corsair Bay next Friday
  • Relationships and Sexuality
The end of the year is racing towards us! Below is a reminder of key dates:
  • Wednesday, Nov 30:  Canterbury athletics
  • Wednesday, Nov 30: Whānau picnic and Kapa haka concerts. Picnic and games from 5pm. Te Whānau Mahi Tahi perform at 6:30pm.
  • Monday, Dec 5: Top Team in the afternoon (see below)
  • Monday, Dec 5: 'A walk through the 80s' opening night (see below)
  • Tuesday, Dec 6: Last technology session for the year
  • Tuesday, Dec 6: 'A walk through the 80s' final night 
  • Friday, Dec 9: Final assembly starting at 9:45am.
  • Friday, Dec 9: Corsair Bay trip (see below)
  • Tuesday, Dec 13: Year 8 pool party, 4-6pm
  • Wednesday, Dec 14: Leavers' assembly and lunch, 11am - 1pm (Year 8s finish)
  • Thursday, Dec 15: Last morning for Year 7

'A Walk Through the 80s' Production, Dec 5th and 6th:

This week we are putting the finishing touches on our production and will be performing for the school on Thursday afternoon. All children performing on stage need their costumes at school by Thursday.

The children are very much looking forward to performing for you next Monday and Tuesday nights, starting at 7pm. Children are to come already in costume and meet in the hub at 6:30pm. Caitlin will send out a separate message about the dancers. 

Please encourage family and friends to come along and enjoy an entertaining evening. We will not be selling tickets prior, simply turn up on the night with a gold coin donation. You are welcome to come both evenings if you would like to. 

Top Team Monday, Dec 5th:

We are looking forward to an afternoon of fun and fabulous teamwork next Monday. Top Team arrive with all their gear late morning and the fun begins at 1:30. Some of the activities involve water so children need to bring clothes to change into. We suggest a rash top, polypro, house shirt or quick dry t-shirt and quick dry shorts. Sunhats and sunscreen will also be required. Pack a towel too. Many thanks to the adults who have volunteered to help; we will see you on the park at 1:10 for the briefing.

Corsair Bay, Dec 9th:

Next Friday after morning tea we head to Corsair Bay. Swimming, a walk to Cass Bay, games on the beach and chilling with friends will be the activities of the day. Children are to come to school in uniform. It would be best if they had their togs on underneath their uniform. They are to bring:
  • togs and towel
  • sunhat
  • sunscreen
  • lunch (friends may arrange to bring a shared lunch and this needs to be nut-free)
  • water bottle
  • inhaler (if required)
  • Optional: picnic rug, non-electronic game such as cards, wetsuit, sunglasses
We should be back at school by 3pm. 

Relationships and Sexuality:

We are currently looking at the 'growing and changing' section of relationships and sexuality. We have discussed changes at puberty and how to manage these changes. We have learned about the male and female reproductive systems and are moving on to conception and the consequences of sexual activity, which includes talking about contraception. 

    Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto Newsletter Rāmere (Friday) 25 November 2022

    Principal's Patch

    Kia ora koutou

    With only two and a half weeks of the school year to go, there is still a lot of learning and celebration to get through!
    It was a momentous day on Monday to finally be able to open our new Junior Playground. We are grateful to the Ministry of Education for the funding that made it possible, to Richard Scott from our Board, and Richard Garner (Logic Group - project manager) who over-saw the project, and to PLAYCO for making it all happen!
    We were grateful for sunny weather for the opening, after a very wet spell over the weekend, and our newest 5-year-old, who had only started school on the 1st of November, had the honour of cutting the ribbon and declaring - 'This playground is now OPEN"

    All of the children have been getting plenty of opportunities for exploring the playground and are practicing skills of turn-taking, patience, and of supporting and encouraging one another as they use the different pieces of equipment.

    Whānau Picnic and Kapa Haka Concerts - this Wed 30 Nov

    The student council are holding an event on the 30th of November, the Whānau Rōpū Picnic
    event from 5:00 - 7:00.We will have mini-games and prizes up for grabs. You can bring your own picnic. Our Kowhai, Pohutukawa and Kauri Kapa Haka groups will be performing at the following times:
    Year 3-4 - 5:30
    Year 5-6 - 6:00
    Te Whānau Mahi Tahi -  6:30
    We will also play music and hope students can bring families to the community event. 
    - From the Student Council

    Ngā mihi nui
    Sandy Hastings
    Tumuaki (Principal)

    Important Dates

    Wed 30 Nov - Whānau Rōpū Picnic and Kapa Haka performances (see below for more info)
    Fri 2 Dec - Celebration Assembly (10 - 10.30am)
    Thu 8 Dec - BOT Meeting (5.30 - 7.50pm - Rūma Kaimahi/Staffroom)
    Fri 9 Dec - Final Celebration Assembly (9.45-10.30am)
    Wed 14 Dec - Year 8 Leavers Graduation - 11am - 12noon, followed by Leavers' Lunch
    Thu 15 Dec - Last day of Term 4 - School closes at 12:30pm

    Term Dates

    Citizen of the Week

    Clarel Caen - Year 4

    Clarel, you are a hardworking and motivated learner and always try to do your best. You consistently demonstrate a positive attitude and are a great friend to others. You have wonderful self-management skills and are an excellent role model. You are extremely reliable and make a positive difference in our hub. Well done, Clarel!

    School Notices

    Whānau Survey - please contribute your perspective... 

    Over the next 2 to 3 years we will be further developing our understanding of gifted learners and how we meet their needs at Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto. This survey is part of the initial process and helps us with our planning and direction. We encourage all whānau to complete this survey which will be open until Monday 28th November.

    Christchurch School of Music

    Your child can learn to play a string instrument at school with the CSM Outreach Strings Programme. Children who learn music build confidence, increase their learning abilities, sharpen organisational skills and gain valuable social, physical and academic skills. Most importantly learning an instrument in the Outreach Strings Programme is fun. In the strings programme we teach violin, viola and cello.

    Students receive a lesson each week (either individual or in a group of two) and will also have time in a small ensemble. Lessons and the ensemble happen during school time.

    Your child will play in concerts at their school and in concerts organised by the Christchurch School of Music with other orchestras, ensembles and groups. The Outreach programme works closely with the CSM Junior Symphony Orchestra (JSO) and all Outreach strings participants are invited to attend the JSO camp each year.
    What will it cost?
    We teach in your child’s school for 32 sessions throughout the year. Each term can have a different number of lessons depending on the other activities happening at the school and children’s timetables. The cost for the Outreach Strings Programme is $572.00 per year. This is invoiced by term ($143.00). We can also arrange a weekly payment plan if that suits better. If you have a community services card you may be eligible for a 50% discount on the base fee. This is dependent on the availability of grant monies.

    Hiring an Instrument
    You can hire an instrument from CSM. The cost for a violin is $140 per year ($35.00 per term) and a cello is $240 per year ($60 per term). You can also hire instruments from Sedley Wells and KBB Music. Your school may also have instruments available.

    Go to www.csm.org.nz/enrol and choose the Outreach Strings Programme.

    Christchurch School of Music
    60 Ferry Road
    T: (03) 3661 711
    E: office@csm.org.nz
    or the Outreach Strings Coordinator Anne Robinson at annejohnrobinson@gmail.com

    Issue 8 of Book Club is here!

    This exciting Issue of Book Club has all the best books to get festive for the holidays and to be ready for summer holiday reading!

    It's the last issue for the year, so make sure you place your orders on time to ensure you have books for Christmas gifting and school holiday reading.

    Issue 8
    Opens - Monday 14 Nov
    Closes - Monday 12 Dec

    Lost Property

    All items in the Lost Property need to be claimed before the end of term. This also a reminder to name all items coming to school with your tamariki. Any items clearly named (first and last) are returned to the child's teacher directly. 

    Congratulations to...

    Congratulations to our two Theatre Sports teams for their competitions on Saturday 5th November at Rangi Ruru Girls High School. Zoe Winsor, Ashlyn Taffs, Cleo Hopkinson, Oliver Mclachlan and Lachy Mcleod were amazing with their wit and working together to create great improv. Emma Reedy, Stella English, Haile Harmer-Campbell, Reagan Maule, and Katya Atlas were humorous and provided great entertainment while on stage. They were runner-ups in their heat. Both teams worked from the beginning of Term 2 to perfect their skills. Well done to you all!

    PTA Update

    Help needed please!

    Our Uniform room is open this year on Mondays and Fridays after school for 20 minutes or so.
    We are in danger of having to close it as our wonderful Jaana who has volunteered for many years is off on a new adventure! 

    We are looking for a kind person to take on a shift once a week. It does not have to be a certain day and could even be in the morning before school. It's very easy and a great way to get to know lots of people in the school community. 

    It's a great service for the school, so please do email us at pta@beckenham.school.nz or message us on Facebook. 

    Ngā mihi 
    The Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto PTA

    Community Notices

    Community Helpline

    1737 - free text and phone counseling 24/7 
    Youthline – 0800 376 633 or free text 234 
    Depression Helpline – 0800 111 757 or free text 4202
    Anxiety New Zealand - 0800 269 4389
    What's Up – 0800 942 8787 (5–18-year-olds).
    thelowdown.co.nz –or email team@thelowdown.co.nz or free text 5626

    Koru Team News, Term 4 Week 5

     Kia ora, e te whānau,

    It has been a busy first 5 weeks of Term 4, a term which is flying by incredibly quickly! These five weeks have been filled with so much fun, novel experiences, and new learning. We experienced our first house games which were so exciting, and we also spent time using a 'House of Science' kit, during which we investigated many aspects of recycling. Photos from this investigation can be found in the previous Koru Team news post. 

    Bug Hotels

    During Week 4, we looked into the making of 'bug hotels', and discussed just how useful these can be for insects in the environment around us, the types of materials we might need to make these, and how we might use our school value, 'We Get There Together', by working with others to make our 'bug hotels'. Below are some photos of the awesome process our tamariki went through to produce these mini environments for some of the bugs close to our learning spaces!

    Making Boats

    During this week, we have been engaging in water play, and conducting experiments to see if we can make boats that actually do float. Our tamariki have loved creating their boats! Below are photos of our children showing 'We Get There Together', 'We Love Challenge', and 'We Love Learning', by working together in groups to make the best boats they can, with the ultimate goal of the boats being able to float. We will be testing the children's boats this coming week (Week 6). 

    Kapa Haka Performance

    During Week 3, we had the amazing opportunity to perform our Kapa Haka waiata at our Celebration hui. Below are the links to our performances. Our tamariki did such an awesome job and we are all so proud of them! Ka pai, koutou. 

    This is their performance of 'Motoka'...

    ...and this is their performance of 'A E I O U'


    We would like to thank you for your ongoing support as your children learn and continue to practise being able to independently unpack their bags and complete their morning routines. 

    • Just a reminder that Literacy folders need to come back each day, because we use what is sent home in our sessions during school time
    • Library day is on Fridays, so thank you for reminding your child to bring their Library folders in either during the week or on Friday to change their books 
    • Your child needs a named hat at school each day
    • When arriving and leaving school each day, we ask that you do not walk your child through the car park area. Many thanks for your support with this
    • Please send your child to school with sunscreen on, and we will help the children to reapply more sunscreen before their big playtime
    • In Week 7, we will be having a trip to the Art Gallery. Information about this can be found on Hero from a post sent out on Tuesday. Further information about this outing will be coming out later in the week ahead
    • The children have been enjoying using the very cool water pump in our sandpit, especially in this beautiful weather we have been having. Having a change of clothes in their bags would be useful for those days when the water is flowing!

    We hope you have had a safe and happy weekend, and we can't wait to see your tamariki back at school tomorrow for another awesome week!!

    Ngā mihi mahana,

    Georgia, Elizabeth, Nicola, Tracey and Stacey

    Kahikatea News – Term 4 Week 5

    Kia ora e te whānau,

    Week 5 already, what fantastic fun we are having!

    Word of the week

    Our word of the week is kindness
    Kindness is "the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate" (Oxford Dictionary)

    Te Reo Focus

    This week, our Te Reo Maori focus has been how to ask someone what their name is and how to tell someone your name. The following video has been helping our tamariki learn this knowledge:

    Art Lessons

    Over the next few weeks, our tamariki will be participating in a sustainable art rotation of 8 different lessons. These lessons cover all four art strands of the curriculum (visual art, drama, dance and music)
    They had their first two lessons this week. 

    Reading Books

    Please ensure all Little Learners Love Literacy books are returned to school by the end of week 6. This will allow us to do a stocktake and work out what new resources we need to purchase to support literacy learning next year. 


    We ask that our students leave their toys at home when they come to school. We have plenty of fun activities and things for them to play with whilst at school. When toys from home come to school they can get lost or broken. We know how special our toys are, and the best way to keep them safe is to keep them at home.

    Photos from the past two weeks

    Ngā mihi nui,
    Team Kahikatea

    Katie McFarlane 

    Emma Hayes-Smith

    Krystal Hunt

    Megan Harris

    Lisa Collier

    Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto Newsletter Rāmere (Friday) 18 November 2022

    Principal's Patch

    Kia ora koutou

    New Playground Opening - this Monday, 21 November, 9:10am

    Nau mai, haere mai! 
    After much excitement from our tamariki, who have been keenly watching the removal and rebuild happening in our Junior Playground area - with many pātai (questions), the new playground will be ready to be officially opened this Monday morning at 9:10am. We invite all whānau to join us for the opening. The playground will be opened with a Karakia, and a ribbon cutting and Te Whānau Mahi Tahi, our senior kapa haka group, will perform. If you are able to join us, please feel very welcome to do that.

    Please note, all children need to be at school before the bell at 8:55am so that they can be in their hub when the roll is taken. Teachers will bring children over to the playground at 9:05am, ready for the opening at 9:10am. We will aim to be done by 9:30am. 

    A big thank you to PLAYCO and our Property Team, especially Richard Scott from the Board of Trustees, for all the work that has gone into the planning and the build. 

    Whānau Survey - please contribute your perspective...

    Over the next 2 to 3 years we will be further developing our understanding of gifted learners and how we meet their needs at Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto. This survey is part of the initial process and helps us with our planning and direction. We encourage all whānau to complete this survey which will be open until Monday 28th November.

    Thank you... 

    ...to all of you for your support and understanding in picking up children at 1pm yesterday so that our teachers could attend their union meeting. It was very much appreciated by us all.

    ...to all of the children who participated in our fun PJ or 'Dress Like a Teacher' day today and to the whānau who supported them! Contrary to what I put in the newsletter last week, the gold coin donation was not for charity this time, but to fund the Student Council Art Project that the Year 8 students are creating to gift back to the school. The student council will let you know next week how much was collected.

    Ngā mihi nui
    Sandy Hastings
    Tumuaki (Principal)

    Important Dates

    Mon 21 Nov - Junior Playground Opening Ceremony (9.05am - all welcome)
    Wed 23 Nov - PTA Meeting (7.30 - 9.30pm - Green Room)
    Fri 25 Nov - Celebration Assembly (10 - 10.30am)
    Wed 30 Nov - Whole School Picnic and Kapa Haka performances (see info below)
    Fri 2 Dec - Celebration Assembly (10 - 10.30am)
    Thu 8 Dec - BOT Meeting (5.30 - 7.50pm - Rūma Kaimahi/Staffroom)
    Fri 9 Dec - Final Celebration Assembly (9.45-10.30am)
    Wed 14 Dec - Year 8 Leavers Graduation - 11am - 12noon, followed by Leavers' Lunch
    Thu 15 Dec - Last day of Term 4 - School closes at 12:30pm

    Term Dates

    Citizen of the Week

    Izzy Clarke - Year 4

    Izzy, you shine in everything you do. You are always willing to help and take on challenges with a smile. Your passion for dancing has made you such an eager and enthusiastic student. In Kōwhai, you have been an amazing role model everyday since day one, and that effort has never gone unnoticed. We appreciate your positivity and passion for learning at school. Tu meke, Izzy!

    School Notices

    End of Year Reports

    Today, 2022 End of Year Progress and Achievement reports are available to whānau through Hero. 

    There will be no timetabled end of year Learning Conference. If you would like to discuss any elements of the end of year report, please contact your child’s Homegroup teacher.

    Please note: 
    • any children who started at Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto in Term 4 2022 will not be receiving a written report. Please contact your child’s Homegroup teacher if you would like to talk about how they have settled into Beckenham

    • the Homegroup teachers of Koru children who started at the very end of Term 3 or during Term 4, will be or have been, in contact with whānau about booking a transition to school meeting, in place of a report
    Please take the time to sit with your child and read their report together, celebrating their successes and their accomplishments this year, in all areas of school life.

    If you have any further questions, please contact your child’s Homegroup teacher.

    Te Ahu o Te Reo Māori

    The Ministry of Education fund a Te Reo Māori language development programme called 'Te Ahu o Te Reo Māori'. This programme is designed to support school and Early Childhood staff, and whānau (with priority for whānau Māori), with their personal te reo Māori journey, so that all of our tamariki benefit from improved use and teaching of te reo Māori across our kura.

    Whānau are welcome to register, if you would like to grow your knowledge and use of te reo Māori, and if you are able to then give back to our kura in some way and support and encourage staff and tamariki. (Please note that this course is for adults only, not tamariki).

    Registrations for this programme for 2023 are now open, and places are filling up fast!

    Programme and time committment required.
    The current programme is delivered in the following way for 2023: 14 weeks of face-to-face classes or online (if you choose this option). 
    Classes are held after school/Ece hours:
    (there is a later online option for participants who cannot attend until after 5.30pm).

    2023 classes will start in week 2 February 13th and run for 8 weeks in term 1 and 6 weeks in term 2.

    Two 1 day wānaka (9-5pm) will be held as well one on a Saturday and one on the last Friday in the April School holidays for level 1 for example, other levels will differ.

    Once you have pre-registered , Te Ahu will send out the wānaka dates for each level.
    Next year they are offering face to face classes for Taumata Levels 1-5 in the first half of the year and online levels 1-4.
    For enquiries about our programme please email: Teahu@whitiora.org.nz

    To pre-register, click on this link.  Once you have done that, please let Sandy know (principal@beckenham.school.nz), as she will then need to set you up with a Ministry of Education login, so that your registration can be processed.

    This year, we have had nine of our staff, including our Senior Leadership Team, teachers, admin and long-term relievers, participate in this course and we have all learned so much. Many will be continuing next year. 

    If you are unsure or have questions, do come and talk with someone at school about it! "Mā tātou katoa te waka e hoe" We Get There Together!

    Whole School Picnic and Kapa Haka Performances Wed 30th Nov

    On Wednesday 30th Nov, from 5pm, we invite you all to attend a school picnic which will then be followed by three kapa haka performances. (NB if the weather is wet, the picnic will be cancelled but the kapa haka performances will continue as outlined below)

    Everyone is welcome to attend all of the kapa haka performances and, we have scheduled each group in its own time slot so that families can just attend the one that their child is in if that works better for them. We also know that our hall can't accommodate everyone if we run a single concert with all of the groups performing! Each group's performance will run for approximately 20 mins

    The timetable for the evening will be:

    5pm onwards - Whānau Picnic in front of the Admin area and beside the hall. The Student Council will be running some activities for children, using games that the PTA had made for the school fair 2 years ago!

    6pm - Year 3/4 Kapa Haka group performance

    6:30pm - Year Y5/6 Kapa Haka group performance

    7:00pm - Te Whānau Mahi Tahi kapa haka performance

    "Wheel and Walk" to school prize draw

    The staff at SEIPP Construction, who have been doing all of the water mains replacement work on our local Beckenham streets, have been working with us to encourage students to 'Wheel and Walk' for the remainder of the term. They had four major prizes this week, and will be donating spot prizes to give to students over the comng weeks who get to school by bike, scooter, walking or any other form of transport that isn't a car! This includes students that are dropped off at any of the surrounding streets to avoid congestion on Eastern Terrace. 

    Today at our Celebration Assembly these prizes were drawn out of the box and awarded to the following students (with thanks to their whānau for supporting this):

    The Birdwood:
    Violet Chatterton

    Harper Freeman
    Blake Grayburn
    Leo Davies

    Again thank you all for your patience while the infrastructure is upgraded, and a reminder to all whānau doing the school drop off and pick up, that Sandwich Road is closed to everyone except for residents, school staff, and those with accessibility needs. This will likely be the case until the end of term. 

    Year 8 2023 School-Based Vaccination Programme

    School Phone - Important Information

    We are having some ongoing issues with our landline phone which is causing problems for people trying to dial into the school.  If you are unable to reach us on the landline please use the school mobile phone, 021 0279 4107.  

    We are in the process of upgrading the phone system and this will alleviate the issues we are having. Many apologies for this inconvenience - we are working hard to get it resolved.

    Please note, next Thursday the 24th of November we will be undergoing a network upgrade which may affect our phones and internet. Please send any absence messages to the school mobile phone where possible, and use the school mobile to call if the main number is not working. 

    Community Helplines:

    1737 - free text and phone counselling 24/7 
    Youthline – 0800 376 633 or free text 234 
    Depression Helpline – 0800 111 757 or free text 4202
    Anxiety New Zealand - 0800 269 4389
    What's Up – 0800 942 8787 (5–18 year olds).
    thelowdown.co.nz –or email team@thelowdown.co.nz or free text 5626

    Congratulations to...

    Christopher McCracken-Shannon for a huge 6.9 km of challenging trail (likened to a 10km flat) at the TrailBlazers krayzie kapers event at Orton Bradley park. Supported by mentor Conor, one jelly snake, a bit of badly sung bon jovi by Conor and an ice block at the finish line. An epic effort.

    All of our Kahikatea and Kōwhai tamariki who have just completed two weeks of water safety sessions. For many of our tamariki, just getting into the water was a pretty big deal, with a range of worries and anxieties some of them had about this challenge. Clearly, once in the water, pure joy was found, as the photo below demonstrates! A huge thank you to the staff and whānau helpers who worked hard over the two weeks to make sure these sessions were such a success!

    Sports News

    Last weekend, Haile Harmer-Campbell, Keanna Hakeagaiki and Elijah Hakeagaiki competed in the Pacific rugby league Series for Te toka tū o Waitaha,  Māori rugby league. Keanna and Haile played in the 15s girls' grade and Elijah in the 10s grade. 
    They all played some awesome games over 2 days against some great competition all while representing their proud Māori heritage with mana, haka, waiata, and manaakitanga.

    Both of their teams came 3rd in their grades.

    PTA News

    Community Notices

    (Notices placed here are contingent on space and do not reflect the views or opinions of the school.)

    Basketball fans 

    The Sky Sport New Zealand Breakers are coming back to Christchurch to play games on Thursday 1 December vs South East Melbourne Phoenix and Thursday 12 January vs Melbourne United. The Breakers have made a strong start to the NBL season sitting at the top of the ladder and don't look to be slowing down anytime soon! Both games will be played at Christchurch Arena and will be a great atmosphere for all. Tickets are on sale now and are as low as $15! Buy yours now from the Ticketek website or from this link: https://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=BREAKERS23

    St Martins Scout Outdoor Gear Sale: Saturday 26 November 9-12noon

     Singing Competition on Newstalk ZB


    This Christmas morning on Newstalk ZB – it’s The Star of Christmas singing competition… on The Crazy Kiwi Christmas Kids Show! The grand prize? The opportunity to professionally record any Christmas song with Nathan King, lead singer of Zed. You’ll be treated like a star – with return flights for two to Auckland (if you’re out of Auckland), hotel accommodation, and a music studio tour. If you can sing, and are under 13, email your audition singing a Christmas song to christmas@newstalkzb.co.nz or call 0800 843 864 before 12th December. Then tune into Newstalk ZB on Christmas morning from 6am to see if you’ve won! 

    More information on the Newstalk ZB website HERE

    3 Day School Holiday Programme - SINGING & RECORDING

    CCC seeking Feedback from the community

    Christchurch City Council would like to hear what you think about Cashmere Rd, Colombo St, Centaurus Rd, and Dyers Pass Rd intersection improvements.

    The intersection of Cashmere Rd, Colombo St, Centaurus Rd and Dyers Pass Rd is heavily used by people catching the bus, cycling, driving and walking.  This includes school aged children from nearby Thorrington Primary and Cashmere High School.

    A number of buses pass through this intersection, including the popular Orbiter bus route. However, bus stops are located some distance away which makes transferring between bus routes difficult.

    There have been a number of injury crashes here involving people travelling by bicycle and motorcycle so we’re proposing changes to make it way safer for everyone.

    You can find out more about this project and tell us what you think online, until Wednesday 14 December 2022.

    More information/purchase of tickets can be found on Eventfinda NZ or by following the links below: