Mini Titans Holiday Programme

When I was at Truth is did a story about Mini Titans when some wowser school cancelled the popular after school programme because some parent complained about their holiday programme which included a boot camp activity programme.

I’ve kept in touch with them and here is their holiday programme.

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MINI TITANS HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

Be part of the action at Mini Titans Holiday Programme! Like no other, it entertains, educates, challenges and stimulates the minds and muscles of the next generation!

Monday 30th September:

“Multisports Day”
Time: 9am -3pm
Age: 3-10 years
Focusing on fun games with a variety of balls for co-ordination and spatial awareness
What to bring: Shoes, water bottle and lunch 
Tuesday 1st October:

“Soccer Academy”
Time: 9am -3pm
Age: 6-12 years
Beginners can learn the ball skills while more advanced players will learn the tricks of the pros.
What to bring: Shoes or boots, water bottle and lunch
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Wednesday 2nd October:

“Rugby Academy”
Time: 9am -3pm
Age: 6-12 years
Focuses on confidence, rugby skills, and gameplay.
What to bring: Shoes or boots, water bottle and lunch
Thursday 3rd October:

“Army Bootcamp Basic Training – Phase 1”
Time: 9am -3pm
Age: 6-12 years
Team building, fitness, conflict resolution, obstacle courses, learn to build forts and camouflage skills.
What to bring: Come dressed in your favourite Army outfit. Shoes, water bottle and lunch.
Friday 4th October: 

“Army Bootcamp Operational Manoeuvres – Phase 2”
Time: 9am -3pm
Age: 6-12 years
Build your forts, bring your Nerf guns and be prepared to get wet with water bombs!
What to bring: Come dressed in your favourite Army outfit. Shoes, water bottle and lunch.
All kids will be grouped according to age and skill level and wrapped up in a safe and fun programme!
Cost: $250 (5 days), $65 a day, $40 half day
Please enquire for a family discount for two or more children.
Time: 9am-3pm
Instructors: Coach Nick and his team
Venue: College Rifles, 33 Haast Street Remuera
Any enquiries to Claire on [email protected] or 021 848 263.

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