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New Zealand teachers of Year 3-8 students, enter to win your classroom an amazing day on the water with SUP BRO Paddle Boarding.

The winning teacher can choose if they experience the beautiful Tutukaka Coastline (SUP BRO's home base). Or SUP BRO can run the day near your school if it's between Northland and Auckland. 

All teachers who enter will be sent a discount code, so they can receive a 15% discount on booking a day out with SUP BRO Paddle Boarding

 

 

Day with SUP BRO Paddle Boarding for your class

Enjoy an amazing day with SUP BRO Paddle Boarding. Here's what your children will experience:

-Either explore the stunning Tutukaka coast, or if you're based between Northland to Auckland, SUP BRO can come to a beach near you.

-Games and teamwork activities

-Learn paddling techniques and safety around the water

-Experience MM2 and learn to identify marine and bird life

-Beach clean

About SUP BRO Paddle Boarding

We believe that when people are active and having fun they become open and receptive to learning. On these days our main educational focuses are water safety and confidence, teamwork and environmental awareness. Specifically to the New Zealand School curriculum we build on many fundamental aspects of Health and Physical Education including but not limited to;

  • A2 Regular physical activity - introducing SUP as an enjoyable physical activity that kids may incorporate into their personal lifestyle, or even develop into a career pathway.
  • A3 Safety management - understanding risks associated with the ocean and other bodies of water, especially in regards to the weather, and how to stay safe i.e proper fitting of a life jacket and being sun smart.
  • B1 Movement skills - SUP requires many motor skills such as balance and paddling. Learning these motor skills gives kids confidence to participate in many other water based sports. 
  • C3 Interpersonal skills - the XL SUP’s we use take a group of 8-10 kids at once. We encourage the kids to mix with different peers and we coach them to work as a team and make safe choices for themselves and others in this unique setting.
  • D2 Community resources - these days allow the students to investigate a readily available resource (oceans/lakes) that can be used to promote group involvement and enhance well being of self and others. 

All of our staff at SUP BRO are passionate about protecting our ocean environment. By taking kids out on the water we hope to inspire them to care for the ocean too. Therefore, we emphasise a ‘leave no trace’ attitude to these days and encourage the kids to help us clean up the beach during the day. We explain the determinants of plastics to the ocean and empower the kids to know that they can make a big difference by simply making good consumer choices.

 

  

www.supbrotours.co.nz

supbrotours@gmail.com

Scotty - 022 644 9613

Jo - 0210437910 

House rules

This competition is completely free to enter.

Terms and Conditions:

1. By entering the competition each entrant will be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions. 

2. The entrant is required to be a current teacher in New Zealand (NZ). Teachers of Years 3-8 students only are eligible. If the teacher is not currently teaching at a NZ school this might result in the entry being invalid. 

3. By entering the competition winners agree to their names being published and to be photographed and/or interviewed by Young Ocean Explorers and that Young Ocean Explorers may use their names and photographs and/or interviews for publicity purposes.

4. The prizes are not transferable or exchangeable, and cannot be redeemed for cash.

5. All prizes are subject to standard terms and conditions of the company supplying the prizes and valid for a maximum of one year from when contest is drawn, unless stated otherwise.

6. Employees of Young Ocean Explorers are not eligible to enter this contest.

7. Prizes do not include travel, food, accommodation, other incurred expenses or flights.

8. Only entries received by the closing date are valid. Closing is 5pm Sunday August 26th 2018.

9. Winners will be notified by email.

10. Subject to any applicable law which cannot be excluded, Young Ocean Explorers and their employees are not responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever that is suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or for personal injury suffered or sustained during the course of accepting or using the prizes.

11. The decision of judges in relation to any aspect of the competition is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

12. Your contact details won't be shared with any other parties. See our Privacy Policy on our website for more info.

Terms and conditions of listed prize as set out by SUP BRO Paddle Boarding:

1. This prize is is valid for 1 school only. It can be split between more than 1 classroom, however, there is a limit to 30 children and 6 adults FOC. We can accommodate more participants at cost.

2. The day will run from 10am-2pm at a location on the Tutukaka Coast, or SUP BRO Paddle Boarding could also run the day in a location near you, if your school is based between Northland and Auckland. Location is dependant on weather and local bylaws, and will be confirmed with winners upon booking.

3. This prize must be used in term 4 2018 (15 Oct-20 Dec) or term 1 2019 (29 Jan-12 April) by the winning school group. Date will be agreed upon by both parties.

4. Weather affected trips will be notified 48h in advance and can be rescheduled to the next available date by both parties.

5. This prize may not be transferred to another school and is not redeemable for cash.

6. We will visit schools in the Whangarei and surrounding area for a classroom session FOC. Schools outside of this area will be provided with all materials to conduct the pre paddling session themselves or opt to cover our travel expenses to visit the school.