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WAY TOO COOL! is an educational incursion, delivered live-in-school, and features an educational literacy musical presented by professional actors, with versions for students in grades 0-8.

You can use the materials on this page to help you promote this incursion to students & parents across your school community. Just click items below to download and share!

Promotional Materials

 
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Program Overview

Download the WAY TOO COOL! program overview to find out key information about the incursion for Book Week in Schools 2024.

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WAY TOO COOL! Poster

Download and print out more copies of the WAY TOO COOL! poster for your classrooms.

Photos

Need something to accompany an announcement in your school newsletter or social media post? Feel free to use one of these photos below. Just click on the image you want and you will be led to the full size photo.

Copy for School Newsletters

Use the text below to promote WAY TOO COOL!  in your school newsletter or blog and spread the excitement. There is a smaller version below if you have less space to fill. 

Celebrating Aotearoa Book Week in Schools 2024, the educational and interactive musical adventure WAY TOO COOL!  is coming to our school!


Featuring a selection of the best New Zealand children's books, students will be immersed into an engaging, original narrative filled with music, adventure and intrigue!

 

Henry and Marley have been friends since they met at kindergarten, a long time ago now. They’ve been on adventures, shared their hopes and dreams and generally always looked out for each other. But recently something has changed. Henry has started avoiding Marley at school. He’s too busy for their usual catch ups on the weekend. In fact – he’s not acting like Henry at all. It turns out Henry has started thinking he’s WAY TOO COOL for any of that stuff. Marley must embark on an adventure to find out what has happened to Henry and how, or even if, she can make things the way they used to be. 

Could the answers lie in the books they used to love to share?!

Short Form Copy

Celebrating Aotearoa Book Week in Schools 2024, the educational and interactive musical adventure Way Too Cool! is coming to our school!
 
Featuring a selection of the best New Zealand children's books, students will be immersed into the storytelling and an engaging, original narrative filled with music, adventure and intrigue!

Social Media

If you would like to promote WAY TOO COOL

through your school social media accounts, we've got some

content to help you out! 

For use on 

#WayTooCool

#PerformEducation

Use these social media squares below to remind and excite your school community about the WAY TOO COOL! performance coming to your school! 

You can click 'download' on the images to save them (they may open in another window) and then upload them to Instagram, Facebook, or your website to share them. There is a sampled caption below each one but feel free to write your own. If you choose to write your own message please use the hashtags below and tag us @performeducation so we can share in the joy. 

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We're excited to have WAY TOO COOL! coming to our school for Book Week in Schools 2024!

#WayTooCool

#PerformEducation

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We're excited to have WAY TOO COOL! coming to our school for Book Week in Schools 2024!

#WayTooCool

#PerformEducation

Program Overview

Learn about Perform Education with this promotional video showing off our Book Week in School program.

Click below for the link to share the video and promote Book Week coming to your school:

New Zealand 2024 Books

Check out the 2024 books featured in our Book Week in School program.


Click below for the link to share the video and promote Book Week coming to your school:

Learn the Dance from
WAY TOO COOL!

Before you watch WAY TOO COOL! learn the dance moves!


Click below for the link to share the video and promote Book Week coming to your school:

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