AUCKLAND RETURNS TO ALERT LEVEL 2

Kia ora RRS Whanau we return to Level 2 on Monday 8 March.  We welcome back all our students under our Alert Level 2 plan.  We have done it before and we will do it again!  Stay safe and be well.

BILINGUAL EDUCATION PUNA OLE MALAMALAMA

Talofa lava!
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 HAUORA

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.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Week 5 events suspended until further notice
PRINCIPAL NAIDOO'S COVID MESSAGE
With further cases confirmed, the Government announced that the whole of Auckland will move to Alert Level 3
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

Covid-19 coronavirus: Auckland in alert level 3 lockdown for 7 days.

HOME LEARNING ACTIVATED.

 

STAY SAFE

 

BE SAFE – BE KIND – BE YOU