Activities

Te Rori a Mua Trust operates a range of activities for its residents and day program participants. Those who can work are encouraged to obtain work in an area of interest and to support independence. Assistance is provided in finding a job as required.

Vocational

Most of the residents have a job, either full-time or part-time. Jobs held by our residents and day program participants include:

Activities

A range of activities is operated, largely independently of vocational programmes.

These include:

  • Gardening
  • Feeding the animals
  • Animal welfare
  • Farm maintenance
  • Art
  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Carving
  • Pottery
  • Swimming
  • Drama
  • Film making
  • Ten Pin Bowling
  • Athletics
  • Skiing
  • Snow Boarding
  • Basketball
  • Literacy
  • Driving course
  • Bike riding
  • Music move & groove
  • Soccer
  • Hip hop

Trips away

  • Nelson 2012
  • Cairns, Australia 2012
  • Turoa 2012
  • Waanaka 2013
  • Dunedin 2014
  • Wairoa 2014
  • USA 2015
  • Gold Coast Australia 2015
  • Cardrona Alpine 2016
  • Rotorua & Cardrona 2018
  • Taupo and Cardona 2019