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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 whānau, our staff, and our community. Welcome to Raglan Area School (Te Kura A Rohe O Whaingaroa).
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Raglan Area School is a composite school and we provide for more than 570 students aged 5 to 19 years. We are a small but big-hearted rural school that celebrates education in a bi-cultural environment sustained by our strong values including, Poutama, Whakawhanaungatanga, Manaakitanga and Kaitiakitanga.
Our school, Te Kura a Rohe o Whaingaroa, is situated on a peninsular between the Opotoru Channel and Kaitoki Channels on the southern side of Whaingaroa Harbour. Our mountain, Karioi, stands on our south western horizon.
The school values the contribution of each student and aims to assist each student reach his or her academic potential in a bicultural environment.
The strength and unique character of Raglan Area School, Te Kura a Rohe O Whaingaroa, results from the working partnerships between school, parents and local and Maori communities of Whaingaroa.
As partners we all share a common interest – excellence in education that is suited to student needs and carried out in a safe environment. We affirm the Treaty of Waitangi and strive to reflect a bicultural perspective in consultation with our local whanau and families.
Louisa Barham - Principal
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