Mata­mata Col­lege dance moves

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Gen­er­a­tion Z, which is the cur­rent gen­er­a­tion, was the theme of the ninth an­nual year 11 dance night at Mata­mata Col­lege. The June 30 event, which is an NCEA as­sess­ment for PE, had eight PE classes com­pet­ing against each other to take out the top spot. The theme was ex­plored through a va­ri­ety of ways. One class took the premise that their gen­er­a­tion was the best gen­er­a­tion and ex­plored what had led to their gen­er­a­tion by con­trast­ing it to pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tions. Another class went next gen­er­a­tion with a space theme and another ex­plored their child­hood. Even the teach­ers got up and per­formed their own dance called the Evo­lu­tion of Teach­ing with dance moves to rep­re­sent dif­fer­ent things done in a school day like stu­dents ask­ing for ex­ten­sions for work and hand­ing out achieve­ment stan­dards and leav­ing assem­bly in an or­derly fash­ion. The win­ning class was 11.1 taught by Mr Ball.

Mata­mata Col­lege stu­dent, Amy Dean, per­forms in the year 11 dance night which is an NCEA PE as­sess­ment.


Mata­mata Col­lege teach­ers Shan­non John­son and Wendy David­son, per­form in the Evo­lu­tion of Teach­ing while the judges de­lib­er­ated over which Year 11 PE class had won at the year 11 dance night.

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