NCEA external exams began on Monday 22 November with Level 2 Physics. Exams will continue through to 14 December.
Due to COVID restrictions, Senior Prizegiving was held on 12 November as a live-streamed event from the Renner Hall. Year 11, 12 and 13 students were in attendance, with Year 9 and 10 students watching the live-stream from their form rooms. Congratulations to James Sutton who was named the Dux of Rongotai College for 2021.
At the recent Sports Awards Assembly Harry Hall-Gray was named the Maori Sportsperson of the Year for 2021. Harry has been very involved in a number of sports during his five years at Rongotai College but his main sport has been Water Polo. Congratulations Harry!
On Monday 6 September, the Prime Minister announced that schools will be able to open for ALL students from Thursday 9 September. We are therefore looking forward to welcoming Rongotai College students back onto our campus on Thursday. We are asking all students to be at school by 8.50am on Thursday and to report directly… Read more »
We have been notified by NZQA of changes to NCEA Assessment dates for 2021. The dates for end-of-year NCEA and NZ Scholarship exams will be delayed by two weeks, to run from Monday 22 November until Tuesday 14 December (see updated amended timetable 2021). Dates for portfolio submissions will also be pushed back by 2… Read more »
Rongotai College is now physically closed to students as we are in Level 4 of Covid-19 lockdown. We will not physically be open until further notice. We are now operating our Learning@Home on-line programme until further notice. Students will be able to access our Learning@Home on-line programme. To support your son’s learning, you can access… Read more »
During the course of Term 3 we have highlighted a number of performances from our students outside of our mainstream codes, today we are going to acknowledge yet another of our own. MAX PETHERICK who represented Wellington in the Central North Island Quad tournament held recently in New Plymouth. Max played with distinction and displayed… Read more »
Rongotai is a like a micro version of New Zealand when it comes to the Olympics, we are small in size but we punch above our weight, this is highlighted but ALL our premier teams being in the codes top divisions and come finals time we are always in the hunt. In Sport they always… Read more »
BASKETBALL Its been a testing time for the Senior A Basketball team who had a rematch with Wellington College this past Friday, going down in a close fought 72-96 loss. FOOTBALL The 1st XI took on St Pats Town last weekend and got the chocolates with goals from Preston Rota and Matene Da Vanzo securing… Read more »
Thanks to all the players, coaches, managers and parents who swung into action over the past 10 days in our covid response. College Sport Wellington mandated “no spectators” and it was great to see this followed in our indoor venues and outdoor facilities. Over the past two weeks our premier basketball, football, hockey and rugby… Read more »