Celebrating education in a bi-cultural environment

Tena koutou katoa. Nga mihi nui ki a koutou nga matua me nga whanau. Nau mai ki te Kura a Rohe o Whaingaroa. Ko te tumanako ka whaihua a tatou mahi, kia pakari, kia takatu ai a tatou rangatahi mo nga ahuatanga kei roto I te ao whanui.

Warm greetings to you all; to students, their whanau, our staff, and our community. Welcome to Raglan Area School (Te Kura A Rohe O Whaingaroa).

We are an Area School (composite school) and provide for more than 460 students aged 5 to 19 years.

Raglan Area School is a small yet ‘big hearted’ rural school that ‘celebrates education in a bi-cultural environment’.

Find more information about our school on our About Us page as well as in the main navigation bar at the top. For Parents, Prospective Parents, Students and Community, we wanted to make it as simple as possible for you and have placed links to all the information we think you’ll need into targeted sections.

If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Term Dates

2017 Term Dates

16 October – 13 December

2018 Term Dates

Term 1 –  31 January to 13 April
Term 2 –  30 April to 6 July
Term 3 –  23 July to 28 September
Term 4 –  15 October to the week of 17 December

Need a PE Uniform ?

All Year 7-13 students are required to wear a regulation school P.E. uniform during P.E. classes. This is optional for Year 0-6.

You can purchase directly from the NZ Uniforms website.

Principal’s News

Malcolm Cox

Latest School News

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Year 0-6 Prizegiving

Just a reminder to all, the Year 0-6 prizegiving is tomorrow in the school hall and starts at 10.30 am.  As with previous years, students are free to go home with their parents/caregivers at the conclusion of the ceremony. Order of Events Karakia – Te Whaiwhaia...

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Free Ear Clinic here today, 4 December

The Mobile Ear Clinic is at kura now and will be open between 9.15am and 2.30pm with a lunch break in between (this will be advertised on the van door). Visit the ear nurse for advice on: glue ear assessment and management, wax/foreign body removal, grommet checks,...

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Chickenpox is in town

Most children will have had, now have, or will get Chickenpox. It is currently attending school in the junior syndicate.  There is lots of information on the internet about how to identify and care for children with Chickenpox.  If you suspect your child/ren has...

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Year 0-2 Beach Picnic

Tuesday 5th December at Te Kopua. Leave school at 9.30am.  All welcome. Return to school by 2.45pm. Please ensure children have suitable shoes, clothes, sunblock and a hat, food for the day, and a big bottle of water. Swimming only if permission slip has been...

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Athletics Day

Western Cluster Schools Athletics Western Cluster Schools Athletics competition is on Friday 8 December and in the very many "aged based" events, we may enter two students.  Students may only compete in 2 field and 2 track events, this ensures the participation of...

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December 2017

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  • Free Ear Clinic
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  • Free Junior Golf Coaching
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  • TRAKTR Camp
  • Year 7-10 Prizegiving
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  • Western Cluster Athletics
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  • Last Day Of School 2017
  • Year 0-6 Prizegiving - 10.30 start
  • Free Junior Golf Coaching
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  • Teacher Only Day
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  • Free Junior Golf Coaching
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