In term one, people were able to join Jrock. Jrock is basically an acting and dancing performance, where whoever joins it from reremoana will perform it in front of a crowd. The main Jrock teachers that helped us create jrock this year, are Rachel Belve, Sophie Glenn and Mel Notley. In total, we practised mostly two times a week, for nine weeks.
The first thing we did when we arrived was start learning the end dance, which was a mix between 'I'm Only Human', and 'Chained To The Rhythm'. In about four weeks, we started splitting up to create our own scenes. My main scenes were the Buisness scene and the Homeless scene.
So, on the 5th of July, we were ready to preform. We got on the bus to get to the Aotea Thetre. When we arrived we put our shared lunch on the table, ate a bit, then went out to see other schools practise. After their three performances, we all got suprised with two people behind the camera of... The Edge!! They had a little talk to us, then we had to go.
We all got out our money from our school bags, and went to the food courts for lunch. I bought Burger King, and also some lollies from the dairy. We ate there, I accidentally signed up for yoga, then we left! We did our three practises, then at 7.00 sharp, ( to the show) we preformed in front of the massive audience. The show went great!! Since Lucy, Hannah, Chloe and I were the Reremoana School Rep's, we had to go on stage and get asked a couple of questions.
Towards the end of Jrock, the Reremoana School Rep's went on stage again to do prise giving. Reremoana got eight out of ten certificates, which was the highest for this year. (Compared to the other schools).
So in the end, Jrock 2017 went pretty well 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻