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Fun-filled term of activities, fundraisers and events!

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Bungy jumping from the Auckland Harbour Bridge, visiting the tallest tower in the southern hemisphere and kayaking in the Bay of Islands are just a few of the exciting things Crown students got up to in term one!

It’s been a fun-filled term with Crown students participating in a variety of activities, fundraisers and events.

The most recent fundraiser was an Anzac Day bake sale that raised $156 for the RSA.

There are weekly activities, like bowling or sailing, along with various class trips!

At Crown, we believe in hands-on learning. Our tutors are always looking for places where students can go and learn about many industries, especially travel and hospitality enterprises.

Recently students visited SkyCity and the Sky Tower and climbed the Auckland Harbour Bridge, where they learned how tour groups are taken around. Some were also brave enough to jump off!

There was a visit to the Bay of Islands for a couple of days and there’s a trip to Fiji in August!

It’s been a great term indeed and we are looking forward to providing many more opportunities to our students in coming months.

Anzac Day Bakesale Bungy 1
Bungy 2 Bungy 3
Bungy 4 Museum
Sky Tower 1 St Patricks Day
St Patricks 3 St Patricks 2

 

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Crown is first-rate in the field of business, hospitality, travel and tourism, and is one of the longest-running tertiary institutes in New Zealand. Having been established since 1972 (that’s 48 years of teaching!) our fundamental principles of providing caring and innovative training have not changed one bit! However, we’re not stuck in the times, either. In fact, we are constantly improving our practices! We keep our courses and teaching methods fresh and relevant through Crown’s strong connection with reputable partners in the industry.

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