Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 

Creativity integral part of the show

Creativity integral part of the show

Samuel Marsden Collegiate School Primary students will perform in their production ‘Pirates versus Mermaids’ on 19 and 20 September, but it isn’t only acting they have practised over the last couple of terms. Creativity and working together on their pirate ship was an exciting part of the learning for Marsden’s Primary students. The Year 3 students went to the Waihanga, Marsden’s makerspace in the upper school, four times a week. They used the laser cutter and 3D printer and other resources to plan and construct the elements of their ship. Year 4 students have also spent a busy term designing and constructing the set. “The production has been a wonderful opportunity to develop the girls’ creativity and technology and design skills”, said Marsden Primary teacher Kate Feary.

The Waihanga space at Marsen is used extensively by junior and senior students alike. Hannah Dewes named the space and it beautifully conveys the spirit of the place: to make, build, erect, create, develop, generate. Used for collaborative work and for exciting personal projects of their choosing, students are able to create, collaborate and problem-solve. “A willingness to make mistakes, to learn, unlearn and relearn are strengths we value very highly at Marsden”, said Principal Narelle Umbers.

The show runs for 2 nights on 19 and 20 September at 7pm in the Marsden School Karori Auditorium. With seven fantastic songs and an adventure-packed script, join Captain Scarypants on a swashbuckling adventure with her band of brave pirates, a hungry crocodile, a crew of feisty mermaids and, of course, one crazy parrot – so hoist the sail and join the crew! You can book your tickets for this family friendly show at www.marsden.school.nz/about/whats-on-now/

Samuel Marsden Collegiate School has been providing quality independent education for 140 years. Today it has two campuses. The Marsden School Karori campus provides Preschool education for boys and girls, and education for girls from Years 1 to 13. Marsden Whitby provides education for boys and girls Years 7–13. As a not-for-profit organisation Marsden School expresses its mission in terms of what it ultimately wants to achieve for its students. That is to lay the foundations for lives of meaning, accomplishment and genuine happiness. Marsden develops confident, independent, creative, lifelong learners who are challenged to reach their academic and personal potential in a warm and supportive environment underpinned by Christian values.
marsden.school.nz

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Writing: Eastbourne Writers To Discuss Trials And Tribulations Of Getting Books Out During A Pandemic

The three writers and their books. From left: John Horrocks, Anne Manchester and Pete Carter. The three writers - Pete Carter, John Horrocks and Anne Manchester - have written three very different books, one fiction, two non-fiction, but all three ... More>>

Film: Trailer Released For New Heartfelt Comedy ‘Baby Done’ Starring Rose Matafeo And Matthew Lewis

The trailer for local comedy film Baby Done has today been unveiled ahead of its nationwide general release in October. From the production house behind Kiwi box office hits The Breaker Upperers and Hunt for the Wilderpeople , Baby Done stars ... More>>

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • CULTURE
  • HEALTH
  • EDUCATION
 


 
  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Auckland