TERM 1 - WE DID IT!
Well done to you all for making it through to the end of Term 1. We have weathered the storms of covid 19 for this first term and have continued on with our teaching and learning. Well done to our RRS staff and students for persevering through! These times help build resilience in us all and we know that it will pay off in the future. A fantastic turn out for our Goal Setting interviews yesterday. Ninety-four percent turn out! In the down pour of torrential rain – our families still came! Malo lava! We take this opportunity to wish you a well deserved holiday break. Two weeks of rest and hopefully relaxation awaits! See you all back MONDAY 3 MAY!
TERM 2 STARTS MONDAY 3 MAY 2021
YEAR 7 & 8 SNOW CAMP FORMS ARE DUE BACK
BE SAFE – BE KIND – BE YOU
BILINGUAL EDUCATION PUNA OLE MALAMALAMA
Bilingual education is an important feature in the RRS learning culture. We value our students’ heritage languages and this is reflected in our Samoan Bilingual Unit Puna O le Malamalama (Fountain of Knowledge). Our unit caters for Years 1 to Year 8 which allows for the continual growth of language culture throughout a student’s time at RRS. Please go to the link for more information.
Wellbeing is a shared responsibility throughout RRS. Our RRS students and whanau are a part of our wellbeing journey. Throughout a student’s time at RRS they are given the opportunity to explore the concept of hauora/wellbeing through links to NZ Curriculum; culturally responsive pedagogy; upskilling staff and partnering with the community.
School News Blog
- Thurs 8 April OnePunchTooMuch Community Police performance
- Thurs 8 April Whanau School Partnership 3:30pm
- Wed 14 April Goal Setting Interviews
EAT AT SCHOOL
‘Eat My Lunch’ has been contracted to provide our RRS students with their daily lunch
2021 RRS Staff
Meet the teaching, learning and support staff at RRS for 2021