Five of MAGS’ seven groups took to the stage today at PolyFest at the Manukau Sports Bowl under beautiful blue skies.
First up was the Indian group on the Diversity Stage, followed by Cook Islands, Niue, the Chinese and Samoan groups.
Tomorrow it’s the turn of the Tongan and Kapa Haka groups, meaning the school will be represented by a total of 276 students.
MAGS Niuean group did a great job of warming up the crowd for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, the newly crowned “daughter of Niue”, who took to the stage afterwards. She joked with the audience, explaining that she didn’t have Niuean blood as evidenced by her fair skin but was called a “daughter of Niue” because her father was High Commissioner there.