New Road Signs for Te Ranga School – NZ Herald Article

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/te-puke-times/news/article.cfm?c_id=1504472&objectid=12270481&fbclid=IwAR213W5TwCKmIhoLQDuWzHOrtF_lHyFcr5f8gikPq2-1iHxwJdFs7mVsaVo   Te Ranga School has finally been given a fair go.             Last week signs went up on Te Matai Rd, either side of the school, advising motorists to drive at no more than 40km/h past the school. It’s been a long haul to get signs […]

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Out of Zone Enrollments again open at Te Ranga School

The Te Ranga School Board of Trustees have decided to take out of zone placements for Term 4, 2019 and beyond. The roll had been closed from Term 4, 208 as we had little classroom space to house students. Now our building project is underway and by the 1st of […]

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Two New Roll Growth Classrooms for Te Ranga School

Te Ranga School has been awarded 2 new roll growth classrooms. To house the schools growing roll, the Ministry of Education announced yesterday the provision of 2 extra classsrooms, these classrooms come in addition to the Kahikatea rebuild. Congratulations to the BOT and staff who have worked diligently to state […]

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Great Article about Te Ranga in the Herald.

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/indulge/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503597&objectid=12244876&fbclid=IwAR3s7qkhdPfMrB1aFJi_cE8I6f5uYHyzhqJFWdtMLCBEQvJoJMORMCX0C4w   Thanks Will… a great article. Will Johnston is such a staunch advocate for Te Ranga School. A great guy who promotes the pig and possum hunt on the radio and squeezes every last cent out of the punters as an auctioneer. He really goes above and beyond. 👍   […]

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Matariki Breakfast

It was an early start for the Matariki breakfast.   It was beautiful clear morning to spot the stars and have our bonfire. W e really enjoyed our hearty breakfast of spaghetti, sausages, potato and kumara.  

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Traditional Maori Instruments with Pastor Steve Trim

As part of our Matariki celebrations, Pastor Steve Trim visited and showed us a range of the traditional Maori musical instruments he has made.  

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TVNZ Te Ranga – Speed outside our school article.

TVNZ Te Ranga – Speed outside our school article. You may have caught the very brief snippet on One Network News on Saturday 9th of June about our ongoing battle to get the speed reduced outside of Te Ranga School. The BOT continues to campaign, stating that it would be […]

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Rippa Rugby Team at the Rippa World Cup

The Year 5 and 6 Team with Steamy. The team made the final of the shield and was 6th overall. Congratulations guys. I’m not sure why they all have hooked fingers….. they must all play for Rangiuru Club!!😃

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Hawk Academy Hoodies have arrived for the Year 7’s

Hawk Academy Hoodies have arrived for the Year 7’s

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School Council to National Young Leaders Day in Hamilton

School Council to National Young Leaders Day The School Council traveled to Hamilton yesterday to attend the National Young Leaders Day. A range of speakers and musicians shared the important message of communicating as a leader. The Council enjoyed the trip over to Hamilton with the school leaders from Pongakawa […]

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