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Most school holidays we invite 7+ year olds to create, construct, test and prototype. Our workshops encourage children to explore the diversity of STEMM - science, technology, engineering, mathematics and mātauranga Māori through the experimentation and creation of animation, engineering, game development, robotics, coding, virtual reality and more!


Our mission is to support rangatahi to build confidence through inquiry, investigation and experimentation. We help young people to learn how to take advantage of the capabilities of technology, becoming creators – not just consumers.  


We partner with local groups and community spaces to bring school holiday STEMM workshops to Te Tairāwhiti.  In September 2023 we will be spending the first week of the school holidays out at Muriwai Marae to create STEMM Wānanga with a VR focus for ngā uri o Muriwai. 

In the second week of the holidays we are coming into town to create STEMM learning opportunities for the rest of our community. 

Email if you have any questions. 

Monday 2 October - Wednesday 4 October
9am - 3pm daily

Lawson Field Theatre: Rose Room   

7-13 years
$50 per day

Monday 2 October : Virtual Reality
Tamariki will explore a range of different Virtual Reality experiences and experiment with collaboratively creating a unique VR experience to share with whānau and friends. The workshop will cover concepts of UX design, storytelling and 3D content creation.

Tuesday 3 October : Game Development
Tamariki will play some retro arcade-style games with us and then start collaboratively designing and building their own retro arcade-style game. The workshop will cover game narrative, block-based coding, character creation, UX design, and iterative design methodologies. Tamariki will be able to share their games with friends and whānau after the workshop.

Wednesday 4 October : Animation
Tamariki will learn the basics of animation and experiment with creative storytelling using a range of animation techniques. Tamariki will be able to share their animations with friends and whānau after the workshop.

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