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Across the Deputy Principal’s Desk

Raewyn Krammer —

A reminder that students are to be wearing Winter Uniform Terms 2 and 3 as follows:

Jersey, White shirts, School Jackets, Blazers for Seniors (Ties, Year 13), skirts and trousers. Skirts must be worn with either black stockings or short black socks and Trousers must be worn with black shoes and short black socks only. We do not wear Roman Sandals during Terms 2 and 3.

Shoes can be plain black: school shoes, ballet shoes, or Converse or Van shoes. They must not be ankle boots. We do have some school shoes which have been kindly donated from Kids Can, sizes, 7, 8 and 9. If your daughter needs a pair of these shoes please tell her to see her Year level Dean.

Black trousers may be worn, we usually have these supplied from the Warehouse, however, they are currently out of stock. Students may purchase plain black dress trousers from Postie, Farmers, Kmart. These must not be clinging, leggings, track pants or jeans.

Facial piercing, we only allow one clear facial nose stud to be worn.

Hair colour must be a natural hair colour only.

If you have any issues with your daughter’s uniform please contact her Year level Dean:

Year 9 – Whaea Janaye Biddle – jbiddle@rghs.school.nz

Year 10 – Whaea Felicity Kaiwai – fkaiwai@rghs.school.nz

Year 11 – Olivia Holmes – oholmes@rghs.school.nz

Year 12 – Whaea Trish Pike – tpike@rghs.school.nz

Year 13 – Whaea Jaylene Tamati – jtamati@rghs.school.nz


Please ensure your daughter is at school by 8.35 am when the first bell goes for Whanau period. Too many students are arriving late to whanau class which is disappointing as this time allows for important notices to be given and begins the student’s attendance check for the day.


Students continue to be provided daily with healthy lunches from Ka Pai Kai, therefore we ask that you do not drop off take away meals to the students during the day as these have become a litter issue.


Students will be encouraged to wear pink Mufti on Friday, 20 May 2022 to raise money to Stop Bullying. A gold coin donation will be collected during the morning. Our Wellness Centre staff will be running lunchtime activities on the day for this fundraiser.

Thank you for your continued support in your daughter’s schooling.

Raewyn Krammer
Deputy Principal – Human Resources/Pastoral Care