This week we announce the winners of our Waka TV Competition, visit St Brigid’s Primary School in NSW, talk to Angela about Student Reps and Lighting as well as taking at a look at the first of our live shows with behind the scenes at Sutherland Entertainment Centre!
In this episode, we take a look at our National Search Panel for 2015, we chat with Angela our Wakakirri Specialist and we talk about Soundtrack and how important it is to your Story Dance Item.
Waka TV competition time!
This week we chat to Angela about Sets and Props and some ideas you can use for your own Story Dance Item. We chat with Glenmore Road Public School about their sets and props and we also begin our Wakakirri TV Competition! Check out the details in our episode!
Waka TV goes behind the scenes at Glenmore Road Public School in NSW!
In our first episode for 2015 we look at what makes a good story, Nathan catches up with Angela, our Wakakirri Specialist, and we visit the rehearsals of Glenmore Road Public School to see how they came up with their story!
Does Your School Have a Story to Tell?
Each year Wakakirri searches for the best stories created by Australian Primary and Secondary schools. Wakakirri is a National Festival that celebrates learning via the creation and sharing of stories. Keep up to date with the latest news by subscribing to Wakakirri TV.
Hosted by the Wakakirri National Panel Members; Jason Coleman, Mark Wilson, Casey Burgess, Wayne Scott Kermond and Cara Dinley, we reveal which school has been awarded ‘STORY OF THE YEAR 2014’ for the Wakakirri Secondary School Challenge!
Hosted by the Wakakirri National Panel Members; Jason Coleman, Mark Wilson, Casey Burgess, Wayne Scott Kermond and Cara Dinley, we reveal which school has been awarded ‘STORY OF THE YEAR 2014’ for the Wakakirri Primary School Challenge!