Girls' Group is a fun and interactive group where our young women are able to explore, develop, and enhance their values, attitudes, knowledge and skills. The group is primarily arts and crafts based, with some cooking and healthy lifestyle elements.
Girls Group aims to increase confidence and self-esteem, as well as providing the girls with the skills and tools required to make positive life choices.
FRAME stands for Friends, Radio, Art, Media, Expression. FRAME programme provides a safe, friendly and fun environment for young person to express themselves in creative positive ways through radio, art and media.
Latin Power is a youth-led group of young people aged 13 – 21 who are interested in expressing themselves through dance. The group meets weekly throughout the school year and focuses on salsa dancing, performances at community events, and other cultural experiences. Latin Power programming is conducted in Spanish and English with an adult facilitator. Tuesdays from 4.-5 pm.
E14E is a supportive and social youth group for Southland youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual, genderqueer, fa'afafine, or takatapui. Members can be questioning or have already come out. E14E is a fun, supportive and informed environment for young people to meet new people, ask questions, get advice, enjoy some kai together and do fun activities such as board games & movies.
This group is for everyone aged 10-24 years. For more info contact our team on 03 214 1013 or send an email to email@example.com
The Young Humanitarians Programme is packed with activities and fun while giving back to the community. Young people will have the opportunity to meet new friends, be involved with Meals on Wheels, SPCA, Surf Lifesaving and more.
Hine Maia is a fun and interactive holiday programme where our young women are able to explore, develop and enhance their values, attitudes and skills. Hine Maia is largely culture based and will include a Noho marae.
The Rangatahi Sports Tournament is Number 10’s yearly community event to celebrate Youth Week. Aimed specifically for young people who are enrolled in alternative education or training, the fun and safe sporting event encourages an active lifestyle and helps promote teamwork and positive communication.
The programme aims to promote living and healthy lifestyles including healthy eating, physical wellness, healthy relationships and sexual health.
The Healthy Lifestyles programme is a 12 session 6 week programme run at both Aurora College and the YMCA. At Aurora College the programme is for 12-13 year olds and at the YMCA the programme is for 16 to 17 year olds.
Starting in a few weeks is our Street Art Group - Evolution Crew.
The group is for young people aged 10-18 who are interested in street art, and want to explore their own creative expression in a fun, safe place. No previous experience is necessary – learning is all part of the fun!
The Creative Arts Youth Group gives young people the opportunity to be creative, explore different kinds of art, and express themselves. Art will include photography, painting, sculpture, and creative writing to enable youth to explore their interests and communicate in different ways.
The art group aims to empower youth and provide healthy, creative ways of coping in a trusting, social and fun atmosphere. This group if for youth aged 10-14 years.