Behind the scenes at the Rosebowl. Kia ora Mr Trim for suggesting the winning name.
On October 11, join other inspired young female leaders from around Wellington for a jam-packed day of leadership training, dynamic speakers and engaging skills-based workshops. The summit theme is “Connect, Create, Celebrate.”
Participants will build the confidence to seize the moment, learn the skills to make their voices heard, and take their inspiration back to their communities – all to help support the empowerment of girls in developing countries. Girls will hear from a variety of speakers including development leaders, a Girl Up Teen Advisor, the wonderful Lesley Elliot from the Sophie Elliot Foundation, and MP Jacinda Ardern!
The 2015 Kāpiti Youth Survey is brought to you by the Kāpiti Coast Youth Council who promote a strong voice for the needs and opinions of young people between the ages of 12 and 24 years to bring positive change in our community. We would love to hear from you. There are great prizes to be won when you fill in the survey and enter the prize draw. The Survey and draw close on Friday the 25 September 2015. Click the link below:
If you would like to know more, please visit our facebook page: facebook.com/kcyouthcouncil
The HeForShe event is on this Friday lunchtime in the New Gym! There will be spot prizes available for people who write #HeForShe on a piece of paper and get their picture taken with it. So remember lunchtime in the New Gym, get your picture taken with either your own or our HeForShe signs!
Nominations are called for Student Trustee Rep on the Board of Trustees. All students are eligible for nomination. Please collect a nomination form from the main office.
Nominations close at noon on Friday 4 September 2015. All nomination forms to be returned to
The Returning officer C/- the main office.