Kapi-Mana News : January 24th 2012
23 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JANUARY 24, 2012 EDUCATION All programmes and enrolments are subject to minimum class numbers and programme confirmation Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this advert is correct at the time of print. www w n | 0800 I www w n S.TTT023 NO FEES! ENROL TODAY FOR 2012 FEES No fees DURATION 36 weeks DATE March 2012 4 O This programme will teach you skills around waka ama, including paddling, programme encourages lifelong learning and development and is taught D L Y MOD The programme is delivered via eight monthly weekend noho marae, a on the programme will experience waka ama paddling activities during FOR ENROLMENT INFORMATION Call 04 237 7166. C r ifi in WAKA AMA Independent Anglican School Years 1 - 13 Girls' Only Co-educational Preschool Phone: 566 4089 124 Waterloo Road, Lower Hutt firstname.lastname@example.org www.chilton.school.nz Important Dates from Monday 9 January School Reception open 8.00am -- 4.30pm daily Monday 30 January School opens for Preschool, Years 1 -- 9 and Year 13 Tuesday 31 January School open for All Students School Uniform Shop Hours Tuesday 17 -- Thursday 19 January 10.30am -- 4.30pm Tuesday 24 -- Thursday 26 January 10.30am -- 4.30pm Tuesday 31 January -- Thursday 2 February 12.30pm -- 4.30pm New Students Limited places available at some year levels for Term One. Contact the Registrar to make an appointment now. Weareable Welcome to all students 2012 Hutt Minoh Friendship House Manga (art of Japanese comics), learn how to draw and create your own manga with tutors Jem Yoshioka and Su Mon. Eight-week block course $150 (includes materials) STARTING SOON Japanese cultural classes starts Wednesday evening, February 29. Suitable ages 12+. Ph Su 021 264 7274 or email email@example.com Ikebana (Japanese flower arranging) with Brigitte Takenaka, 565 1488. Japanese silk embroidery, February 16-19, tutor Maureen Moore, 569 6692. Tea ceremony, ph Brigitte 565 1488. Calligraphy, an introduction, Rosemary 586 4180. Pre-school and primary school introduction to Japanese culture classes, one-hour session, Brigitte 565 1488. Many of these arts will be demonstrated at a Japan Open Day at Hutt Minoh Friendship House, 38 Normandale Road, Lower Hutt, on Sunday, January 29, 1-4pm, wet or fine, free entry. WESTPAC STADIUM WELLINGTON PHOENIX VS MELBOURNE HEART SUNDAY JAN 29th 4.30pm BE THERE FOR SOMETHING SPECIAL Need help with your DIABETES? Contact Diabetes Wellington (04) 499 5085 www. diabeteswellington. org.nz 4324631AA Silver success: Enterprising Aotea College students William Esquilant, Cody Teo, Jonathon Arrell and Chantha Phai. Four score in farm challenge Four Year 10 Enterprise Studies students from Aotea College have placed second in the nationwide DairyNZ Get Ahead Challenge. This programme consisted of eight lessons delivered over two to three weeks, followed by the same time for the students to complete the chal- lenge. The students were William Esquilant, Cody Teo, Jonathon Arrell Chantha Phai. Their teacher was Connie Palmer. For the challenge, they had to sel- ect either dairy, sheep or beef farm- ing sectors and: Research and determine the range of career options and what types of student they might appeal to. Research the target market (years 10 to 13) and determine current per- ceptions and understandings of the chosen sector as a career choice. Create a promotional campaign of the best way to leverage the positive perceptions to present the chosen sector as an exciting industry to be in and a great career choice with the target market. The marketing strat- egy needed to have a four-year time frame from 2012 to 2015. For gaining second place, each student received a $100 iTunes voucher or $100 of phone credit. The college received $1000. Manga double act Modern artform: Manga by Jem Yoshioka. Two fans of manga, the style of drawing used in Japanese comics, are teaming up to offer classes. Su Mon and Jem Yoshioka will run a class at the Hutt Minoh Friendship House Japanese cultural centre in Lower Hutt, starting on Wednesday evening, February 29.The block course, for eight Wednesday evenings, is suitable for those aged 12 and over. Participants will be taught how to write a story, draw figures and put them together, but with room for the student's individualism. Manga is a special Japanese style of drawing for the nation's popular comics and takes its name from the English word animated''. Mrs Mon has always been interested in art and cartoons and her anime techniques are largely self-taught. She is a chartered accountant and pursues her passion for manga in her spare time. Her interest in manga stemmed from watching anime shows such as Sailormoon, Cardcaptor Sakura, Pokemon and Dragon- ball on television. During the past two years she has been selling her artwork at the Armageddon Pulp Culture Expo in Wellington where she met Miss Yoshioka who also had a stand. Mrs Mon's work can be seen at starkanime.deviantart.com. Miss Yoshioka has been draw- ing since she was two, studied graphic design and has spent the past three years doing illus- tration work in Wellington. In 2010 she won a Mix and Mash Supreme Remix award for her comic remake of the Katherine Mansfield poem An Opal Dream Cave. Manga is an art form,'' Miss Yoshioka says. It's a way to tell a story using both words and pictures. It has a rich history and has been a gateway for me to learn more about Japan and Japanese cul- ture.'' You can see more of Miss Yoshioka's work at http:/ /jemshed.com. For more information about the classes phone Mrs Mon 021 264 7274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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