Have a look at the list of our Cultural clubs on this page and contact the organisers if you want any further information.
Nei rā te whānau a Te Haeata Awatea e au mihi atu nei. Kia ora ngā kaihaka o WGC! Nau mai haere mai. WGC’s kapa haka group combined with Wellington College, is Te Haeata Awatea. We participate in numerous performances, and Māori events throughout the year such as Manu Kōrero and Rā Haka, as well as the annual prize giving performances for both schools. This years focus is preparing for regionals 2021, and upholding the mana of the kaupapa. Kaihaka of all levels are welcome into our whānau.
WHEN: Monday after school
WHERE:WGC or WC, Pānui (notices) are on board by T34
LEADER(s): Rebekah Raihania
It’s an opportunity for anyone in the school to come together and learn more about the Polynesian culture. We have one big performance which is Tu Tangata where we perform with heaps of the other schools in Wellington and we have lots of other little performances here and there. We learn songs and dances from different pacific islands and it’s a great experience for everyone to come together and create a sisterhood and a second family 🙂
WHEN: Tuesday lunch time and Thursday after school
WHERE: Hall and Old Gym
LEADER(s): Lesina Pereira, Agnes Histake, Maraea Te Waitoatoa, Terisa Lupo and Logan Hewitt