Welcome to Vista Term 1 Issue 2!

In this issue, we celebrate a successful Term 1 at Rangitoto College. Engaged and knowledge-rich learning has been present in every class—regardless of its indoor or outdoor location. Our many sporting codes have also had a successful start to the year, with players participating in pre-season trainings and national competitions.

Principal's Report

Principal’s Report

This term has featured fantastic engagement in both learning and co-curriculars. Staff have worked hard to offer engaging opportunities and many events have been run by our Student Leadership Team. Our athletes have also excelled, with multiple Premier Teams earning medals at many events.

Performing Arts

Our co-curricular Performing Arts programmes have overcome many challenges this term. With the aid of masks and sanitiser, it soon became normal to see dance troupes leaping on the field, drama ensembles learning lines outside the tuck shop, and the orchestra setting up near the flag pole. ...

Beach Volleyball

Over the summer our top female beach volleyball pair, Kiana Stevenson and Kaia Buckley, earned commendable results in the New Zealand Open Beach Volleyball Tour. ...

Rongoa Māori Workshop

Our Year 13 Health classes of Rangitoto College had the privilege of learning one of the oldest Māori medical practices, Rongoa. Rongoa is a traditional Māori health practice used to heal and treat a variety of physical and mental illnesses....

Maths Competition Club

The Maths Competition Club kickstarted their year with some intense mathematics training sessions. This club aims to train junior students in complex mathematics, preparing them for participation in the Otago Junior Maths Competition, Australian Maths Competition, Mathex, and the Maths Olympiad. ...


Rangitoto College track and field athletes completed a successful Auckland Championship, earning a clutch of medals. The depth and breadth of talent was demonstrated by the range of events in which the athletes won medals, as well as the fact that nearly half of the medals won were by junior students....

Guidance Report

The hyperconnected nature of our current environment means that we are constantly being reminded of the challenges we face via numerous media and social media channels. In this month’s SchoolTV, Child and Adolescent psychologist, Dr Emma Woodward, suggests strategies to help with overwhelming feelings....

Māori Arts Programme: Ngā Toi Māori

Like the unfurling of a pōnga fern, the Māori Arts Programme, Ngā Toi Māori, has grown from a Year 10 subject in 2021 to a subject that spans Years 9, 10, 11, and 12 in 2022. Students are continuing to journey up the ‘poutama’, stairway, into Mātauranga Māori, Māori knowledge and cultural identity....


The Rangitoto Volleyball League has been an outstanding success in Term 1 with twelve teams competing every Thursday after school....

History Bowl

Four of our Year 13 International Baccalaureate students participated in the 2022 IHHB Asia & Oceania Winter League History Bowl....


Rangitoto rugby has had an excellent 2022 pre-season. Our senior players have been training and trialling for our Premier Teams. Our youth boys and girls have been involved in a pre-season programme where they have been working on different skills as well as making new connections within our community....

Golf Day

Rangitoto College recently held its fourth annual Golf Day Fundraiser at Pupuke Golf Club. Thanks to the support of our golfers and sponsors, the day was a success with a total of $22,227 raised for our library and students in need. ...


The library has had a busy term with new Student Librarian orientations and the Readers Cup Team for 2022 being announced. ...

Blood Day

08/06/2022 - 09/06/2022

PTA Ball Sale

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