GROUPS & PROGRAMMES
Creative Arts is a group for youth to meet new people and have fun while being creative! It's a drop in service - so no need to enroll - just come along on a Wednesday during the term.
Term one is seeing us designing some skateboards to carve and spray-paint, you can start your own at any stage of the term!
Day: Wednesdays (during term time)
E14E is a supportive and social group for southland youth that identify with LBGTQI+ and/or Rainbow communities. With new games and activities each week E14E offers a safe space for discussion and connection. This is a drop in group which requires no prior registrations or commitments to attend again. We hope that you'll join us one Thursday soon!
Day: Thursdays (during term time)
To Mātou Hikou (Our Journey) is a brand new group at Number 10, running weekly on Mondays from 3:45-4:45.
Starting on Monday the 10th of May the group will explore and celebrate culture, make connections with each other and the community, and be a fun, safe place for young people.
Day: Mondays (during term time)
Boys' Group aims to encourage and develop the strengths of southland's young boys with a focus on heath and wellbeing. Boys group will commence during the school holidays with pick up and drop offs available. Each day there is a new activities with a specific focus on one of the four principles of Te Whare Tapa Wha model of wellbeing.
Day: 27th - 30th of April
Do you like yarn and yarns? come down with your own supplies and lets learn some new skills together! We do have some needles and yarn provided so if you're new to the craft we would love to meet you and get you started! let's have some chats and drink some tea. This is a drop in group, you're welcome to turn up whenever suits you.
Day: Wednesday weekly
Hine Maia is a 5 day holiday programme developed to provide a safe place for young people to reconnect and strengthen their engagement with their culture and heritage, and explore their identity.
Through various activities the young women will explore, develop and enhance their ideas and values- promoting their physical, mental, spiritual, whanau/ family well-being and culture.
5 day holiday programme
19th - 23rd July
The Rangatahi Sports Tournament is Number 10’s annual 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.
For more info contact our team on 03 214 1013 or send an email to email@example.com
Young Hums is back! aged 12-14, register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us 214 1013.
Young Hums is a holiday programme developed to provide a safe place for young people to strengthen their engagement with humanitarian efforts.
11th - 15th October
The Healthy Lifestyles programme is a 12 session 6 week programme run twice each school year at Aurora College. More details to come.
For more info contact our team on 03 214 1013 or send an email to