Riccarton High School


Tena koutou katoa

Welcome to the beginning of what we hope will be an exciting, fulfilling and successful year at Riccarton High School for all students and their families. 

This publication sets out some very important information/reminders regarding processes and points of contact at the school. Please spend some time reading it, and don’t hesitate to make contact if you require any further information.

Neil Haywood

Principal


  1. A warm welcome to our Year 9 families

    Our Year 9 parents are invited to attend an information evening on Thursday 27 February at 6:30pm - 8:00pm in the school hall. Read more…
  2. The Whāre (House) structure

    This year we introduce a Whāre (House) structure which will see all students placed in one of four whāre where they will be supported ... Read more…
  3. Save the Date - Learner Hui - 10 March

    With the introduction of our new vertical whanau groups (years 9-13), it is important for a partnership to be formed between the ... Read more…
  4. CULTURE FEST 2020

    FRIDAY 6th MARCH, 4.30 - 8.00 PM AT RICCARTON HIGH SCHOOL in the Hall. Read more…
  5. 2020 Contact List

    WHANAU TEACHERS Ms Carole Lake: KLKMiss Emma Cusdin: KCUMs Mel Anderson: KARMr Matt Roland: KRDMr John Thomson: KTNMr Matt ... Read more…
  6. 2020 Timetable

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  7. Attendance and Punctuality

    Coming to school and arriving at school on time are the first steps in succeeding. Read more…
  8. Fortnightly Reports

    The first of our regular fortnightly reports will be emailed home at the end of week 3, Friday 14 February. Students at all levels ... Read more…
  9. Device Advice

    At Riccarton High School, we firmly believe the best approach is blended learning, where the primary focus is on the learning rather ... Read more…
  10. Orohaki Birch Hill Outdoor Education Centre

    All Year 9s go to the lodge in the second term. Read more…
  11. Marae Haerenga

    At the end of term 2, our Year 9 students and the students from the Kohanga Ako will visit Rāpaki marae, and have the opportunity to ... Read more…
  12. Co-curricular Activity Involvement

    It is fun and rewarding to improve in things, whether they be sports or musical instruments. Read more…
  13. The School Library

    The Riccarton High School Library is very different from any other in New Zealand. We have partnered with Christchurch City Libraries ... Read more…
  14. Student Leaders 2020

    Introducing the 2020 Executive Committee... Read more…
  15. Riccarton High School PTA

    The purpose of the PTA is to create a close association between parents and the school. Read more…
  16. SECONDHAND UNIFORM SALES

    The PTA sells second-hand uniforms on behalf of families. Read more…
  17. What to do if you have a concern

    Usually, your child's whanau teacher is the first contact for most matters as they see your child regularly. Depending on the ... Read more…
  18. Emergency Procedures

    The school has a clear set of evacuation procedures to follow in the event of an emergency e.g. fire or earthquake. These are ... Read more…
  19. School Invoices

    The first invoice will be emailed to every family in the school community shortly. Read more…
  20. Dropping off in the school grounds is not permitted

    We are quite concerned that a number of parents are driving through the school grounds to drop-off and pick-up their young people. Read more…
  21. Check out the RHS Careers webpage

    Click on the link below to see what Careerwise offers, including all the up-to-date career news and events, job vacancies, and links ... Read more…