The Arts at Western Springs College – Ngā Puna O Waiōrea encourages the development of unique personal strengths and leadership skills in learning outside the classroom.
‘We know what we are, but know not what we may be.’ Hamlet – Act IV, scene v
College life offers a wide range of opportunities and experiences to explore both performing (dance, drama, music) and visual arts in both the junior and senior school co-curricular activities.
Arts Coordinator | Kirsty Britton
Dance | Chloe Davison – HOD Dance, Samantha Wood Rawnsley
Drama | Robert Pollock – HOD Drama, Beth Kayes
Media | Deb Thompson – HOD Media, Melanie Webber, Helen Long, Tetoki Tepaki
Music | Margaret Robertson – HOD Music, Kim Tait
Visual Arts | Lily Laita – HOD Art, Kirsty Britton, Danielle Voyce, Jacqui Dunningha
The season of Spamalot concluded at TAPAC Theatre and what a show it was! Full of amazing talent in comedy, incredible music and tunes, innovative dance and drama, wonderful costumes and set… no wonder each performance sold out! Students of all years performed incredibly in all their roles and were led by a wonderful lead cast – the laughter, the smiles; the cheers from the audience were all so well earned!
Stage Challenge is a wonderful leadership opportunity for senior students to initiate and produce a production for students across all years.
WSCPROUD was driven by an outstanding leadership team and crew that worked tirelessly to make sure that everything was meticulously planned from dance through to costumes and set.
Unity was evident as our team collaborated to tell a story of pride.
School Production – Bi-annual
Stage Challenge Production – Bi-annual
SDNZ – Street Dance New Zealand
Senior Dance Showcases
Every year, Dance classes
48 Hour Film Festival
NZ Music Month Performances
Play it Strange
Sheilah Winn Shakespeare
Every year, Term 1
Every year, Drama classes
Sound and Lighting
Every year, Performing Arts Technology