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Successful schools - Round 1

Round 1 of the Creatives in Schools programme has now been finalised. Schools, kura and creatives will be working together to deliver a creative experience for their students and ākonga. Here are the projects that will be undertaken in Round 1.

Note: The names of the creatives involved will be published shortly.

  • Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Kotuku

    Students will learn tikanga and reo about whatu and create a collaboratively woven cloak using contemporary materials.

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  • Upper Moutere School

    Years 6, 7, and 8 students will be empowered to create a textile wall hanging that will represent who they are today, acknowledging their cultural heritage and honouring the local environment.

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  • Wakefield School

    Students will write, produce, and perform an original theatre work based around the evacuation of their entire Wakefield Village due to a massive forest fire in 2019.

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  • AUT Centre for Refugee Education Early Childhood Centre

    This project focuses on using drama conventions to improve learning outcomes, especially in literacy, through developing oral language.

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  • Marlborough Girls' College

    This project is a collaboration between students from the girls' and boys' colleges and two local artists in a Pasifika performing arts programme.

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  • Mapua School

    Students will work with a master carver in the creative process of designing and carving Pou Whenua.

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  • Paekakariki School

    Students will design and create a number of small whāre to make an outdoor play space.

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  • Silverstream School

    Students will create three mosaic artworks within the theme of their inquiry unit 'Ka Mua, Ka Muri'.

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  • Russell School (Porirua East)

    Students will create a 'HeART Space' featuring artworks they create that link back to Russell School's HEART values.

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  • Springlands School

    10 schools will work with the creative to learn Pacific dance and song to be performed in school and at the Marlborough Polyfest.

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  • The Gardens School

    Year 7 and 8 boys will develop language and other skills in visual arts, animation, and film, so they can express their ideas through creative mediums.

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  • Patea Area School

    Students will research the rich stories of the awa (Patea River) and express them in murals installed in the school and community.

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  • Heretaunga Intermediate

    Female students will be guided through basic skills in a variety of drawing practices and facilitate a collaborative project to create sculptural work to enhance the school environment.

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  • Victory Primary School

    Students will develop their cultural narrative, with the final outcome being a visual depiction of this (2D and 3D).

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  • Rotorua Girls' High School

    Students across all year levels will learn skill, protocols, and processes around Māori weaving.

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  • Aparima College

    Year 9 students will create a Well-being Walk that features sculpture and poetry and will link the Riverton Arts Centre with Aparima College.

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  • Waitakere College

    Students with disability and special needs will take part in circus classes to help them experience something new and different.

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  • Carterton School

    Students and teachers will create a series of painted murals that will benefit the school's environment.

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  • Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe

    Students will design and create street-light art sculpture.

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  • Taita College

    Students from Taita aged between 15–18 will participate in multiple art and cultural wānanga.

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  • Okains Bay School

    Students will each create their own personalised museum guidebook of the taonga from the Okains Bay Museum collection.

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  • Papamoa College

    Year 7/8 students will choreograph many of the dances in the junior high school musical production.

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  • Tauraroa Area School

    Nine small rural schools and three early childhood centres will produce 12 pieces of art each, which will be put together to form collaborative pieces that can be displayed in each school.

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  • Kelburn Normal School

    Students, teachers, and the community will create and perform a cycle of plays inspired by the stories of Maui and other similar heroes.

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  • Waitakere College

    Year 10 students will film and photograph themselves in a booth wearing disguises they have created.

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  • Avalon Intermediate

    Students and families will share their story, knowledge, and aspirations using digital technologies and the creative arts.

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  • Linden School

    Students will create, rehearse, and perform a new play around the idea of well-being and what it means to be happy and healthy.

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  • Maungaraki School

    Students will develop a greater understanding of the school values and represent these through different mediums as they create a Well-being Garden.

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  • Te Atatu Intermediate

    Year 8 students will each create an artwork that speaks of identity and serves as a leaping-off point for drama collaboration.

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  • Rimu School

    Students to create a mural that also deepens knowledge of the kura's kaupapa and community values by co-constructing a visual representation of the school's community - past, present, and future.

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  • St Patrick's School (Panmure)

    Students and teachers will be supported to improve literacy learning outcomes using drama conventions.

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  • Tuahiwi School

    Students will work with the art form of raranga/weaving to create a piece that represents the vision of Tuahiwi.

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  • Newtown School

    Students will use butterflies to explore the concept of transformation from our local inquiry curriculum and integrate this with students' stories.

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  • Wellington High School and Com Ed Centre

    Three schools will be introduced to ballet and dance through workshops, activities, and performances.

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