Term 4 News

Kia Ora,

We hope you’ve enjoyed some quality time with your tamariki over these holidays.

All clubs begin again next week! There are limited spaces on some programmes, so if you plan on sending your child, please register online, using your usual email and password, by making a booking at: https://yatclubs.aimyplus.com

Term 4 brochures can be viewed on our website or hyperlinked below:

– Seniors Oscar (School Years 5-9) EVERYDAY with Van Pick Ups 2:45pm – 6:00pm

– Amplify Music Lessons (School Years 1-13) Everyday 3pm – 6pm

– Basketball Clubs (School Years 5 – 7) Mondays 3:30-4:30pm & (School Years 1-4) 4:45-5:45pm (limited spaces!!)

– Kitchen Klub (School Years 5 – 9) Mondays 3:30-5:00pm (limited spaces!!)

– Kōtirotiro Girls Club (School Years 1 – 6) Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm

– Tamatāne Boys Club (School Years 1 – 6) Thursdays 4:00-5:30pm (limited spaces!!)

– Craft Club (School Years 5 – 9) Thursdays 4:00-5:30pm

– Rock Solid (School Years 7 & 8) Fridays 4:30-6:30pm

– Surge (School Years 9 – 13) Fridays 7:00-9:00pm

OSCAR Specials
Reminder we’re running some SPEACIALS for our daily Oscar programme until the end of this year

  • $15 per day up to 6:00pm (rolling back to our 2016 prices)
  • $10 per day up to 4:00pm
  • 20% discount when booked with a sibling on the same day
  • First Week FREE if you’re a new family to our Oscar
  • Year 4’s welcome until the end of this year (then they’ll be Year 5 anyway)

Our vans do pick up’s from all our local schools including Rawhiti, South New Brighton School, New Brighton Catholic, Chisnallwood, Nova Montessori, Avonside Girls and Shirley Boy.

Download our normal Oscar Brochure HERE 

Family Fun Night 2022 – Monday 31st October

After a Covid Break – Everyone is welcome back to the annual Family Fun Night from 5:00pm – 7:30pm at Grace Vineyard Beach Campus, 111 Seaview Road, New Brighton. Plenty of parking on Beresford Street.

For just $2 per person, join in a large variety of carnival games, inflatables, photo booth, food trucks (to purchase), live youth bands and a show by Elgregoe (at 6:00pm)

We encourage ‘non-spooky’ dress-up’s because it’s a safe & fun alternative to Trick or Treating.

Follow the facebook event here: www.facebook.com/events/928119781478907

Tuning into Teens Course

We are hosting a special course for Parents who will soon be parents of teenagers, on Tuesday evenings at Youth Alive Trust. Suitable for parents of 10-13 year olds. The course is FREE, led by the amazing Mana Ake team and has amazing reviews from the thousands who’ve been through it. Great tips and tools, no judgement, but lots of encouragement – you won’t regret it! POSTER HERE or Register or questions to: beckyw@mmsi.org.nz

YAT Supporter Lunch

Youth Alive Trust will be doing our annual presentation to funders and supporters over lunch on Tuesday 22nd November. If keen to hear about the wider work we do in the community and ways you can get involved, add the date to your diary, and RSVP to: office@yat.org.nz

Ngā Mihi

The Youth Alive Trust Team

PS: Have you checked our Upstream yet??  You can help fundraise towards our wide variety of free or subsidised programmes by just using approved businesses on the UpstreamNZ website. YAT receives donations when people use approved businesses for their everyday purchases of goods and services, such as car tyres, coffee, insurance, trades, bins, carpet, heat pumps, signage, car grooming, etc, etc – over 400 products and services to now choose from and over $170,000 now raised for youth charities in Christchurch! This VIDEO explains how it works. Next time you need a service or product, book your business through: www.upstreamnz.co.nz and ask them to donate their percentage to Youth Alive Trust.