Tickets are available from the Main School Office.
The Eisteddfod is fast coming up. The eliminations will be held on June 27th and 28th. Please encourage your child/ren to practice their entry. Eisteddfod Guidelines are available on the School website www.stpetersgore.school.nz under the Parent Dashboard. Please check that your child has handed in their entry form/s as this saves a lot of time chasing up students as they are now overdue. This is a compulsory school event where every student takes part.
Nikki Cunningham - Arts Co-odinator
A huge congratulations to all the students who entered the NZ Gold Guitar Awards last weekend. Well done to the following students who received awards.
· Gore Country Music Club Junior Most Points winner
· Highly Commended Junior Country Rock section
· Gore Country Music Club Intermediate Most Points winner
· Runner-Up Busking Under 14
· Highly Commended Gospel, NZ Song and Traditional section
· Highly Commended NZ Song section
· Highly Commended Country Rock section
· Finalists NZ Song section
· Highly Commended Vocal Solo section
To get a Highly Commended you have to be in the top 8 of a section that contains 40. Well done!
The St Peter's Kapahaka group shone on stage at the recent arts extravaganza. They performed two Waiata and were well received on stage by the audience. The group was only recently formed and showed leadership and mana to get on stage and bring Maori performing arts to the show. Congratulations to all members of the Kapahaka.
The night also contained performances from Sol Wyatt on guitar and vocals, Ben Wyatt on drums and Grace Turipa on vocals. The group wowed audiences with their professionalism and musicality.
Nathan Munn—HELA Arts
On Wednesday 16th May the Southland Secondary Schools’ Cross Country was held in Te Anau. Congratulations to Sophie Shallard who came 1st in the U 16 girls race and Abby Hailes who came 2nd in the U 13 girls race. Great effort girls!
The SPC Principal's Choice Art Award is a monthly competition open to any SPC student to enter. An entry may be any piece of art created at school or in your own time. It must be created entirely by you and must be submitted, with an entry form attached, at the Main Office. Entries must be submitted as physical works of art (not in digital form).
Entries are judged by our Principal, Mrs Nicholson, and the winning artwork is displayed in the main office for one month. It will be displayed with the artists name and any information they provided about the artwork on their entry form. The winning entry is also uploaded to the Arts Facebook page and displayed on the Arts Website along with other artworks from previous months. Each month's winner will receive a $10 voucher for Paper Plus. Entry forms can be collected from the plastic trays outside the Main Office door (in the A Floor corridor).
Entries are due at the Main Office (with an entry form attached) by the last Friday of each month.
The Eisteddfod is fast coming up. The eliminations will be held on June 27 and 28. It is a good idea to start to encourage your child/ren to think about what they would like to enter. This is a compulsory school event where every student takes part. Eisteddfod Guidelines are available on the School website www.stpetersgore.school.nz under the Parent Dashboard. The Entry forms will be available next week and will be handed out and collected in at Form and House Time. Rules and guidelines can be found under the Parent Dashboard. Any queries please contact Nikki Cunningham (Arts Co-odinator).
Please find an example video of the rugby boys performing the Kapa Haka.