Although registrations for the 2014 season have officially closed…there still may be time! Simply contact us to discuss your options as we do have places available in many states. If your school is wanting to take part in our 2014 program, contact us directly – Wakakirri Head Office Free Call: 1800 650 979.
If you are located too far to travel to a venue to perform your story live, then you should consider participating in the Wakakirri Screen Challenge. Registration are still open for the 2014 Screen challenge. To find out more information and to register, visit The Screen Challenge website. We look forward to your school participating!
Presenting the 21st Wakakirri Story Dance National Award Show
For the past 12 months Wakakirri has been SEARCHING FOR THE BEST STORY created by an Australian Primary School. With more than 200 schools, 14,000 students performing in live venues across the nation, the search has been on! The National Panel have viewed and deliberated and it has come down to just 15 schools….who will be crowned Story of the Year?
Presenting the 2013 Secondary School Challenge Awards!
Who will take home the National Story of the Year Award? There is only one way to find out! So put on your best Oscar attire and take a little stroll down the Wakakirri red carpet to find out who will walk away with the National Secondary Story of the year award.
The Creative Arts Results episode is here! Bigger, brighter and shinier than ever.
Be sure to take the phone off the hook, sign out of Facebook and give the dog a bone because for the next 13 minutes you won’t want to be disturbed.
Tune is as Nathan and Demi-Rose take audience through a whirlwind of exciting announcements and results for the 2013 Story Art, Story Film, Story Writing and Story Signing categories. who will take home 1st, 2nd and 3rd…. There is only one way to find out, so what are you waiting for? Watch the Creative Arts Results episode now wakakirrians.
Who likes celebrities? Wakakirri TV likes celebrities!
In this weeks episode, Wakakirri TV hosts Nathan and Demi-Rose catch up with playschool actor Andrew McFarlane and musical theatre performer Wayne Kermond, AND Wakakirri TV will also be interviewing the one and only Jason Coleman.
Not to mention Mr Rogers will be bringing you the results from WA, VIC and QLD Grand Finals on The Search, the Wakakirri raffle is being drawn by our celebrities Andrew and Wayne, Cakes and Commentary will review items from Sunnybank Hills Primary School, Valkstone Primary School and Yarraville West Primary School and we’ll head backstage to the QLD Grand Finals. PLUS don’t forget to watch the performance montage at the end of the show, you might just spot yourself!
Remember Wakakirri TV will be on a break until the 18th of October, don’t forget to tune in as rumour has it the last three episode are due to be BIGGER THAN EVER!
The search is on, and narrowing by the second! Which school will take home story of the year?
In episode 8, Wakakirri TV hosts Nathan and Demi-Rose update us on everything Wakakirri! Cakes and Commentary will review Story Dance Items from Thornleigh West PS and Clarke Street S.S (NSW), Randwick Public School (NSW) and Fitzgerald State School in Mackay (QLD).
Plus don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled during the performance montage at the end of the show as your school might just be shown!
Imagination is key is this weeks episode of Wakakirri TV as viewers come face to face with pirates, a tyrannical leader and life size plants and flowers!
Keep your eyes peeled for the arrival of our very talented Wakakirri Story Film Judge Leon Burchill, watch reviews of Story Dance items from Dapto Public School, Hendon Primary School, and Singleton Primary School, plus Leon Burchill will be doing a reading from a 2013 Story Writing entry, by Casey-Price from Living Waters Lutheran School.
It’s sure to be a magical ride indeed!