Daily Planner

Please ensure appropriate footwear and clothing is worn. Please bring lunch and water bottle. This programme is smoke-free,vape-free and drug free.

Week 1 | 19 - 22 April

Mon 19 Apr

Survival of the Fittest

Are you ready to be put to the test, physically and mentally? Enjoy our Ultimate Amazing Race Challenge that will take you to your limits! From building and scavenger hunts to ultimate endurance tests and more….

Tues 20 Apr

Your Choice Day

Here is a challenge for you: this day is yours! You'll come up with your rules (with Youthtown staff) and decide what you want your day to look like…is there a Leader in the Pack?

Wed 21 Apr

Let's Get Sportified!

This day is all about sport: let's all enjoy it! Whether it be indoors or outdoors we will put together a range of sports catered to you.

Thurs 22 Apr

Trip Day

Get excited! We will be heading to Zone Bowling for Bowling, Laser Tag, Spin Cars, arcade games and more…

Week 2 | 27 - 29 April

Tues 27 Apr

Your Choice/Survival Day

Once again it's Your Choice...or would you like another Ultimate Survival Day? It's up to you! Our staff have heaps of adventures for you if you want to pick another path today!

Wed 28 Apr

Let's Get Physical

Channel your competitive spirit! Let's embrace the fun by competing against one another in today's great range of activities!

Thurs 29 Apr

Trip Day

Calling all Thrill Seekers - join us on an awesome day trip!

Downloadables

Rosehill Youth Hub Flyer - April 2021

Why choose Youthtown

If you’re looking for a fun, engaging place to learn things, make friends and build confidence, look no further! Our Holiday Programme staff are skilled at helping new participants settle in and make connections.

PURPOSEFUL PROGRAMMES

Our Holiday Programme is intentionally designed to create space for positive outcomes. There’s a lot going on under the surface, thanks to our Youthtown Curriculum, to ensure this happens!

A BIG WELCOME

From the first time you enter a Youthtown programme, you’ll be warmly greeted by our team and treated as part of our Youthtown whānau.

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