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Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 8.45am - 3.15pm

Wed: 10.00am - 3.15pm

Students are not to be at school any earlier than 8.15am.

Break Times:

11:00 - 11.30am - Interval

1:00 - 1:45pm - Lunch

Office Hours

8.30am - 4.15pm Monday - Friday


Term 1 2024:   Tuesday 30 January  - RHS Welcome Pōwhiri (for students NEW to RHS)

Wed 31 January - Thurs 1 February - Senior High Whānau Conferences  (Students only required to attend the conference with their whānau / family. More info to come)


Friday 2 February - Only Year 11 and Year 13 students

Monday 5 February - ALL students, school starts 8:45am

Tuesday 6 February - Waitangi Day - School Closed

(End of Term 1 - 12 April)

Term 2:    29 April - 5 July

Term 3:   22 July - 27 September

Term 4:    11 October - TBC


KAMAR Parent Portal

The Kamar Parent Portal is for parents of current students. It can be accessed using the button below.

Te Hinaki


Te Hinaki is our student intranet. It is the place for students to go to access daily notices, quick links to online tools, and information about the school.

Stationery requirements are on the OfficeMax MySchool website.

Break Leave Passes - Year 13 ONLY


Only Year 13 students with a blue pass token are allowed to leave during break times.


No other students (Years 11 and 12) are allowed to leave school at any time.


Year 13's need to apply and be approved to have a break pass.

School Tuckshop


Our tuckshop is provided by Champion Tuckshops (part of the Libelle Group and one of New Zealand’s leading school food and beverage providers ). Their vision is to empower every learner to reach their potential through nutrition-focused, food service solutions. They have teamed up with the Heart Foundation, Fueled4Life and BioPak to provide the Eat Smart menu (see menu below). The aim is to provide children with healthy, fresh, value-for-money and environmentally sustainable food. Cold meals are served in commercially compostable packaging, made from sustainably sourced, rapidly renewable materials. Items in the warmers and on the shelves are wrapped in Natureflex Cello Bags, which are both biodegradable and commercially compostable.  The cutlery is a bamboo product, and containers are made from a natural sugar cane pulp.

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