Kapa Haka

The kapa trains twice a week after school in the Rangi Centre. Te Kiko o Rangitoto is led by Huia King and Teruki Dunn.

Interested in Kapa Haka? Need more info?

For all enquires please email Kataraina Simpkins. Kataraina is assisted by Sarah Galbraith and Jessica Langley.

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!

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564 East Coast Road
Mairangi Bay
Auckland 0630
New Zealand