North Shore Times : January 22nd 2013
www.northshoretimes.co.nz 18 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 22, 2013 The Corelli International School 50 Anzac Road, Browns Bay, North Shore, Auckland Tel 476 5043. www.corelli.school.nz An outstanding Cambridge Examinations private school for Years 1 to 13, by the beach in Browns Bay, Auckland. 1 Job Training, University Options, Skills Courses, Early Childhood Education & more Term focus on education Advertising Feature Your key to an exciting career Ever wondered what it s like to work backstage at Air New Zealand Fashion Week (ANZFW) with all the amaz- ing makeup artists you see in glossy magazines? If so, then Samala Robinson Academy is the place to be. Creativity probably comes naturally to you if you are in any way interested in a career as a makeup artist. Expert training and mean- ingful work experience come with your choice of makeup school. In this industry variety is the name of the game for a professional makeup artist. One minute you re working backstage at a show, the next you could be making up a cel- ebrity. How much work you get basically comes down to three things: Creativity, training and experience. At SRA they are able to make that dream a reality, with amazing training, from highly skilled tutors who have a vast range of experi- ence. Studying with SRA opens your future career to many work experience opportun- ities. These include ANZFW and HairX, film and TV work right through to photo shoots with some of New Zealand s top models and top up and coming hairdressers. At SRA they pride them- selves on offering students a true experience within the industry so they know what to expect when the graduate. Graduate Pip Hosking was one of those students who had the amazing opportunity to be a part of the ANZFW team. Pip loved the learning environment and the oppor- tunities that SRA gave her and has since had a three page spread in REMIX maga- zine and started working for M.A.C cosmetics. Pip and many other gradates are now working in the makeup industry and you could be next. The next fulltime and part- time courses for a certificate in fashion makeup at Samala Robinson Academy are enrol- ling now but hurry, there s only a couple of spaces left. Phone 379 9230 or go to www.sramakeup.com for more details. Nurturing the creativity of children Visual artist: Loryn Renolds, 'The Immortalisation of Art'. Music student: Paige Lenton. Every child is creative! It is schools that educate the creativeness out of them, says Sir Ken Robinson, from the amazing TED forum in the United States. If you type in TED on goo- gle and then Sir Ken Robin- son, as 18 million other peo- ple have done, you will understand how in a box most schools have become with regards to creativity. This needs to change, as we do not know what the future holds for our children in 10 years time, let alone 20 years! Creativity is at the heart of all learning. If we find out what a child enjoys most, (what their creative passion is) and then nurture it. Many studies have proven that their confidence will grow in all areas of their education. The practice in Europe is, you don t have to go to an Arts school just to be a baller- ina, a painter or an actor; you gotoanArtsSchooltobea more creative architect, a bet- ter doctor, or an outstanding engineer! The Corelli School in Browns Bay is New Zealand s only International Academic Arts School, where students are encouraged to follow their passion and be outstanding in an uncertain world. You only get one chance with your child s education! So make it about them, not about squeezing them into an out-of-date box! For more information visit www.corelli.school.nz.
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