After School Programs

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Get Your Kids Involved After School

After-school programs at Snowplanet are a great way to introduce your children to snow sports.

This weekly term program is available for children aged 5 to 16 wanting to learn the art of skiing and snowboarding.


‘ChillyBin’ Program

The ‘ChillyBin’ experience includes:

  • A 90 minute ski or snowboard coaching session with one of our highly qualified Ski and Board School Instructors.
  • Access to the snow for the 90 minute duration of their lesson.
  • Full use of our snow sport rental equipment, including skis/snowboard and boots for the duration of their 90 minute lesson (excludes rental clothing).
  • The use of a helmet for the lesson (helmets are compulsory for the ChillyBin Program).

Term 4 ‘ChillyBin’ Program

Term 4 ‘ChillyBin’ program details (13th October – 12th December 2014)

  • Monday afternoons from 4:00pm – 5:30pm during the school term (13th October – 8th December 2014) or
  • Friday afternoons from 5:00pm – 6:30pm during the school term (17th October – 12th December 2014)

Term 4, 2014 members pricing (year, half-year or family year pass members):

  • $342 for 9 week term (10%* discount when paid in full)
  • $38 per week to be paid by direct debit.

*The 10% discount is not valid with any other offer, discount or promotion or membership special.

Term 4, 2014 non-members pricing:

  • $432 for 9 week term (10%* discount when paid in full)
  • $48 per week to be paid by direct debit

*The 10% discount is not valid with any other offer, discount or promotion or membership special.

*An $2.50 processing fee is taken for booking online.

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Snow Sports FUNdamentals Booklets

As Snowplanet is an accredited provider of snow sports instruction by Snow Sports NZ, all children have the opportunity to sign up to the Snow Sports FUNdamentals Program.

The program has been developed to encourage kids to engage in snow sports and is based on the development of fundamental skiing or snowboarding skills. The achievement awards are consistent throughout ski resorts in New Zealand and are adaptable, meaning those with a disability are also encouraged to achieve to their highest level.

Each child is presented with a progression booklet and is awarded with a FUNdamental level and certificate based on the skills that they have developed over the program across four disciplines: park, pipe, free ride and race.

For more information or to sign up to the FUNdamentals Program, please visit the ‘FUNdamentals Registration’ section on the Snow Sports New Zealand website.