Sea Education Aotea

The Sea Education Aotea Charitable Trust was established in 2004 and aims to take advantage of the unique waterside character of Mulberry Grove School and Tryphena Harbour by training children and young people on Great Barrier island in all aspects of water craft and water safety. This includes;

  • Swimming
  • Kayaking
  • Power boating
  • Waka ama
  • The rules of the sea and
  • Construction of boats
    vessels and accessories
  • Navigational skills
  • Weather forecasting
  • Water-related first aid
  • Fishing
  • Sea water and foreshore ecology and geography

The Sea Academy is connected to Mulberry Grove School and its aquatics programme provides the basis for the school's Health and Physical Wellbeing programmes in term's 1 and 4.

SEA is co-ordinated by Keri Lyon  with help from the MGS teaching staff and local volunteers, some of whom have had Waterwise training.

Click Here to email Sea Education Aotea.

Click Here to read the deed establishing the Sea
Education Aotea Charitable Trust (PDF format).

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