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Information on the

2020 Schools Day Programme 

ASB Polyfest celebrates Auckland’s youth and cultural diversity with speech, song and dance. Through competitive and non-competitive sections, Auckland secondary school students prepare traditional speech and performances that are aligned to the festival’s theme for the year, with compositions to fit aspects of their respective culture.

With six stages to choose from (Māori, Samoa, Tonga, Niue, Cook Islands, Diversity), ASB Polyfest – the largest cultural festival in the world, welcomes over 110,000 visitors from throughout New Zealand and the world year after year.

 

SCHOOLS DAY PROGRAMME

Do you want to be part of the ASB Polyfest excitement? Want to experience it as a primary or intermediate school participant? Then our Schools Day Programme is for you. 

WHEN IS THE SCHOOLS DAY PROGRAMME HELD?

The Schools Day Programme will be held on Wednesday 18th March 2020.

 

WHAT IS THE SCHOOLS DAY PROGRAMME ABOUT?

ASB Polyfest provides the opportunity for Primary/Intermediate students (Years 4 – 8) to experience the festival through our Schools Day Programme (SDP) on Wednesday 18 March 2020 from 9.30am – 1pm.

 

Schools Day Programme allows students to participate in fun, interactive, educational workshops/activities – delivered by organisations like Sport Waitakere, Niu FM, Lab In A Box, Unitec;  learn about the different cultures that are part of ASB Polyfest; and see performances and speeches in action.

HOW DO WE GET INVOLVED?

For schools interested in registering a group, please click on the button below to fill in the Schools Day Programme Registration Form 2020.

 

If you have any questions, please email sdp@asbpolyfest.co.nz

SCHOOLS DAY PROGRAMME REGISTRATION
FORM