We are offering a range of VR experiences to youth in Otago as part of our Youth Week efforts this year.
A new Netflix series centring on suicide raises a number of questions, and starts a discussion on the pressures facing young people today
We went along to to hear Mike Jones explain how to construct, develop and create stories in virtual reality environments
Welcome to Kowhai Grove’s inaugural, seasonal newsletter. We hope you all had a fabulous summer full of bountiful, delicious food and are now indulging in the abundance of autumn stone-fruit. At Kowhai Grove (KG) growth is slowing down, but it doesn’t stop the busy gardeners from work.
Minecraft Club shows no sign of loosing popularity with reports coming from parents of children fully dressed by 6am and asking 'is it time yet? ' - We apologise to tired parents for these Sunday morning experiences but we cannot help being excited to see them every week too!
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We are extremely grateful for all the support KG has received so far. The list of friends is growing every week and we couldn’t carry the kaupapa of the place without your help.
The lasts months Annika has spend a good amount of time dreaming about what KG could look like in 10 years time.
We are keen to get more structures up and running in winter and are looking for random bits and bobs. Can you help?
The strawberries need a special mention as we have been blown away by their terrific fruit production and growth.
The place has been humming with young people learning and shaping the future of the site.
Meet Luke Facer, Otago Polytechnic Horticulture student.
Since January this year we are trialing our veggie box system.
Now that Annika is at KG every Wednesday and Thursday (10am-3pm) the garden is getting more under control and we have had a huge amount of visitors in and out of the place.
Minecraft Club kicked off this weekend with a fantastic turnout and a crash-free experience. We have tweaked and developed Minecraft as a learning tool to cater for all three groups that make up our classes.
On the 2nd June 2017 business, political and community leaders will push their boundaries abseiling 35 metres from the roof to the pitch of the Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Learning can be fun, when you add Minecraft to the mix, we teach STEM with a few million blocks and a crew of helpers