STORY OF THE YEAR
Primary School Challenge: Rosary Primary School, ACT
Secondary School Challenge: Rosebud Secondary College, VIC
Screen Challenge: Enoggera State School, QLD (more…)
The 2015 signature item is…..CHICKEN!
Each Year Wakakirri has a different Signature Item. Schools are encouraged to incorporate this item into their Wakakirri entry in a creative way. Please note that this is not compulsory and it will not effect your judging if you do not incorporate the Signature Item. Although it is always fun for people to spot it! There is even an award for the most creative use of the item. Click here for more information on the history of the Wakakirri Signature item.
Welcome to Wakakirri!
Having been a Music & Performing Arts Teacher, involved in Wakakirri and a State Coordinator and now as the National Coordinator, I am committed and passionate about Wakakirri.
As a new school you may have lots of questions, which is great because we have lots of answers! The first thing you should do is give me a call or send me an email. You can ask me (or head office) anything…anytime. The more prepared you are the better your Wakakirri experience and Show Day will be. As National Coordinator for Wakakirri, I can guide you through the starting process, rehearsal ideas, planning and presenting of your successful Story Dance item.
Here are a few things you should do first, particularly as a First Time Wakakirrian. (more…)
Hosted by the Wakakirri National Panel Members; Jason Coleman, Mark Wilson, Wayne Scott Kermond and Cara Dinley, we reveal which school has been awarded ‘STORY OF THE YEAR 2014’ for the Wakakirri Screen Challenge!
Here is another Screen Story as part of the Secondary Screen Challenge from St Patrick’s College in Tas.
Hosted by Nathan cox, we review a story from The Hutchin’s School who entered the Wakakirri 2014 Screen Challenge!
Check out a story by Parafield Gardens R-7 school titled ‘Gassy’…t’s loads of fun and also received Mark Holden’s Recognition Award!
Look at our nominees for the Screen Challenge, Yarraville West Primary School with their incredible claymation video, The Sun Came.