Kapa Haka

The kapa trains twice a week after school in the Rangi Centre. Te Kiko o Rangitoto is lead by Morehu Roberts-Tuahine and Horowaitai Roberts-Tuahine.

Interested in Kapa Haka? Need more info?

For all enquires please email Kataraina Simpkins.

At Rangitoto College, kapa haka is a whānau, committed to learning and growing identity and sense of self through a meaningful journey into Te Ao Māori through Performing Arts.

Students range in age, from year 9 to 13, culture and experience.

We perform original waiata, haka and mōteatea at annual events such as the ASB Polyfest, Ahurea and other local events. Students share a sense of belonging and connect to their whakapapa as they develop confidence in their own cultural identity through performance.

Kia ora e te iwi o Rangitoto. Kia mau ki te reo rangatira! Haramai te toki, haumi e, hui e, tāiki e!
-

Find Us

564 East Coast Road
Mairangi Bay
Auckland 0630
New Zealand