Date: 09 April 2021
The Samoan Polyfest group performed at a Fiafia night at Royal Oak Intermediate last night.
The large crowd of parents and supporters who came to watch were thrilled to see the high standard of songs and dance. The siva were graceful and expressive, mesmerising to watch and the fa’ataupati energetic and powerful. Students have worked very hard, giving up a lot of their own time to perfect their performances.
The MC for the evening, Mr Sam Crichton, did an excellent job introducing items and entertaining the crowd, as did the DJ on the night Ms Luse Lousi. The food sold to raise money for the group was delicious and a resounding success, completely selling out. A huge thank you to all those people who cooked for the night and to Ms Shelley Plowman, Ms Lena Aziz and Ms Laura Brennan for their sterling work in the kitchen. Security on the night was adeptly provided by Mr Sam Moli.
Congratulations to all of the students involved, who should be feeling very proud. A huge thank you to the teachers in charge, Ms Bex Muipu, Ms Janelle Tupai, Mr Safotu Filipo and Mr Jay Faata.
Students will be performing at Polyfest on Saturday 17th April at 1.10pm. They would love to see you there. We wish them well. Manuia tele !
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