The Te Reo Māori and Tikanga learning pathways at Rangitoto College focus on building our learners’ confidence, competence and connections. This is seen through our kapa haka – Te Kiko o Rangitoto, through community celebrations such as Matariki, and our ever growing academic pathways – Te Reo, Carving and Māori Performing Arts.
Groups celebrate international arts events, and charitable causes are fully supported by the wider school. Organisations such as Unicef and Red Cross also help cultivating the social responsibility of our students.
Personal and intellectual growth is encouraged with the demands of activities such as chess, debating, management consulting club and the creative writing club.
Students also serve as part of the Duke of Edinburgh or Piki Ake (Rise Up) programmes. Whether there is already an area of interest, or a student wants to try something new, they will have the opportunity to make friends, explore new skills and experience the many cultural activities on offer at Rangitoto College.