Small School, Big Achievements
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Nau mai, Haere mai
Welcome to Reporoa College

Reporoa College is located in a beautiful valley conveniently situated halfway between the cities of Taupō and Rotorua in the North Island of New Zealand.

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Enrolment Information

Parents/caregivers are invited to make an appointment by contacting the school office to meet with us to discuss your options and find out what Reporoa College has to offer. Year 7 & 8 Enrolments – Jane Goss. Year 9 & 10 Enrolments – Jane Goss Year 11,12 & 13 Enrolments – Knisha Ruland. We value the opportunity to play a part in the education of your child, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the school in general, the enrolment process or the programmes being offered.

Latest Notifications

All Parents in the Rerewhakaaitu and Kaingaroa Area

Thu May 19 09:18am

Due to a traffic accident on SH38, there is no school bus service today.

Rugby Meeting

Tue May 17 01:24pm

This is to advise that there will be a Rugby meeting on Friday 20th May at 6.00 pm in the staff room at the college. To discuss rugby for 2023 and beyond for the college. All parents, caregivers and community members are welcome to attend.

Newsletter Week 6 Term One

Fri Mar 11 02:29pm

 



Newsletter

Update from Principal Brendan 2nd March 2022

Wed Mar 02 02:56pm

Kia Ora Reporoa College Whanau


We understand how difficult it has been for many in our community in this last week or so. We are aware of more cases in the school each day along with an increase of close contacts among whānau.


To date we have positive cases in Years 8, 9,10 and 12 at Reporoa College. We also have a small number of our whanau isolating due to caregivers or siblings being confirmed cases.


We ask that if you or a whanau member test positive for Covid that you notify the school ASAP. For those who are unable to attend due to having to isolate we will be making available online learning, for those who do not have access to devices please contact the school office.


We will continue to monitor each day the feasibility of maintaining a normal school programme. The vast majority of staff are still attending, and for continuity of learning, we believe that remaining open is currently the best option.


The school will continue to follow all public health measures and ensure all hygiene procedures are in place. Please reiterate to your children the importance of wearing masks while on the school buses and in the classroom. 


 


A reminder of what to do:


You and your whānau should watch for symptoms.
If any develop, get tested immediately.
Stay at home until you receive the result.
 


A reminder of Symptoms of COVID-19:


 


A new or worsening cough; and/or
Sneezing and runny nose; and/or
A fever; and/or
Temporary loss of smell or altered sense of taste; and/or
Sore throat; and/or
Shortness of breath.
 


For more information, go to https://covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/about-covid-19/covid-19-symptoms/


 Please contact the office at the school if you have any questions.


Noho ora mai,


Brendan Carroll

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