SIMON 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
HATO PAORA COLLEGE
SATURDAY 5th November 2005
POWHIRI TO ALL WHANAU
PRESENTATIONS MORVIN AND WHANAU 10pm
Nga Kaimahi - arrive at kura
Hui in Hall - update
Preparation for Weekend
6.30 Preparation for weekend
Supper – free time
SATURDAY 5th November 2005
HP Whanau arrive at Kura – gather out side Ihaka House for whakatau
Whakatau – followed by morning tea and brief update
Kapa Practices. Break up into groups:
Group 1 - 1975 - 1979 Group 2 - 1980 - 1984 Group 3 - 1985 - 1989
Group 4 - 1990 - 1994 Group 5 - 1995 - 1999 Group 6 - 2000 - 2005
all groups are to practices at lest 4 action songs from your era,
Haka will be a bonus
all groups to appoint at least one kaikorero to mihi and give a introduction
of your kapa.
Lunch – BBQ – Whänau Whänui
4.00 Help set for up Hakari
Whakatau Morvin and Whänau into Gymnasium for Hakari
HAKARI – entertainment
Memory lane - Power point presentation
7.00 Kaikorero to introduce each Kapa.
Kapa 1 through to Kapa 6
to Morvin and Whänau
SUNDAY 5th June 2005
possible can you please arrange accomodation off site. I would imagine the majority
will be travelling on the day anyway.
those who have an issue with accomodation then please contact me directly as there will be some beds available at the college
bearing in mind that the boys will be onsite then beds will be limited.
have arranged for there to be Morning Tea, Lunch, Dinner at the College. It will
be a pay as you go arrangement so please bring $$$$$ with you.
will put down a koha for the kura which I will collect on the day.
1) Whanaungatanga: The course of the day will allow enough time to mix
and mingle at various times. It is highly likely that we will not only have oldboys
in each of the whakatupuranga but also we will have other associated with the kura at those times. Na reira, he toa takitini tenei e hoa ma. Naku te rourou,
nau te rourou ka oti pai te mahi.
2) Waiata: Ko tenei te nako o to tātou kaupapa e hoa ma. This is
what we are actually getting together for guys. I am absolutely certain that
there can be no better way to whakanui Morv and Kura then a to do a good job at putting a
decent bracket of waiata together for them. I can already think of a few waiata
from our time that I havent heard for quite sometime so while I am not expecting that we will be able to replicate the dizzy
heights of perfection that spending every day after school practicing gets you to, I am sure we can sort a half decent effort.
3) Role Modelling: Please ensure that we keep in mind the fact that
we need to present a positive image to the current boys at college. To this end
I respectfully ask that everyone watches the messages we are portraying to the boys by way of our language and behaviour while
at the kura. Your assistance in this area will be much appreciated e hoa ma.