Tī Kōuka – Matamata (March)
March 8 @ 3:00 pm - March 10 @ 2:30 pm$100
Parenting Place is pleased to bring you Tī Kōuka – the ultimate adventure weekend for parents and their pre-teens.
Most of us don’t look forward to talking about self esteem, technology, drugs, alcohol or puberty with our kids. We know it’s really important, but it’s difficult to find the right moment, or even know where to start.
This is what Tī Kōuka is all about. You make the time, and we create the space, start the conversation, and give you the tools to make it a memorable experience for all the right reasons. There will be challenging and fun activities, good food, great conversations and the chance for parents and kids to strengthen their relationships.
Tī Kōuka will be hosted by Parenting Place’s team of expert communicators and youth workers who have a reputation for making information engaging and entertaining. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have the conversations that matter most.
Please note once we receive your confirmation a $50 cancellation fee will be applied to your application.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions here.
This camp is focused on strengthening parent-child relationships through mutual participation in adventure-based activities. Therefore it is important that all participants are able-bodied and demonstrate a good understanding of the risks and benefits of participating in such activities. Whilst Tī Kōuka participants are supported throughout the camp by fully-trained Attitude presenters, these presenters are not counsellors or psychologists. As such, our presenters may not be able to offer the support needed in circumstances where you or your child have been diagnosed with, or suffer from, mental health or behavioural difficulties. If this is the case for your family, please do notify us so that we can decide together if Tī Kōuka is likely to be a positive experience for you and your child.
Please ensure that when you book your ticket, you have also filled out the medical consent form for you and your child. This can be found here.