Term 2 Clubs – Sign Up Now

Registrations are LIVE for Term 2!! Now we’re out of the Red Traffic light, we’re expecting a bigger and better Term!  If you’re looking for to learn Basketball skills (suitable for beginners to intermediate levels) or keen to get Crafting or just socialise with other young people of the same age at a weekly youth club – then sign up now! Beginning Week 1 of next term, week of Monday 2nd May. More information on each club on our website.  Term 2 flyers should be uploaded later this week.  Book now for the Term or the whole of 2022 at: https://yatclubs.aimyplus.com

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

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

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

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

Craft Club (School Years 5 – 8) 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

Mana Ake – Tuning in to Kids

Free Parenting Support ran by our very own Mana Ake Team!!

Is your child struggling to manage their big emotions like anger, fear or anxiety? This course will help them become aware and regulate their own emotions, and help you develop:

  • An awareness of their children’s emotions;
  • The ability to use children’s emotional experiences as an opportunity for closeness and teaching;
  • Skills in assisting children to verbally label and manage their emotions;
  • Skills in assisting children to problem solve;
  • Support to guide children’s behaviour with appropriate limits.

We have a local group coming up in Parklands starting on May 25th . Any questions, email: kim.button@yat.org.nz

Netsafe – Online Parent Seminar

A free event for parents and whanua about keeping young people safe online. Presented by Natsafe’s Education Advisor Paula Wistrand. The session will look at how parents/whanau can support and enable children and young people to navigate online opportunities, challenges and complexities.

Recent Feedback:

“Fantastic presentation. Fun, humorous and practical, with no judgement of our rangitahi/young people which was great. Some awesome tips for both teachers and parents alike. Best Zoom presentation I have been to – and I’ve been to a few! Keep up the great mahi!” March 2022

Supported by Mana Ake and Youth Alive Trust. Funded by Fresh Choice Parklands.

Click on the tinyurl to automatically connect to the Zoom link, then add Passcode:



OR visit: https://zoom.us

Then click “Join a Meeting” and use the following Meeting ID & Passcode.

Meeting ID: 843 7422 1476

Passcode: 105852