The Rosmini College Maori Department have started a new sport called Waka ama. Rosmini’s Head of Maori, Mr Heke Ngapua Rankin says, “It has been a great sport for developing communication skills and teamwork.”The junior Waka ama students took part in their first regatta at Orakei basin on Saturday, 7th November.Read more ...
The Maori department have started a new sport called Waka Ama. Training sessions are at 6:15 am on Wednesdays and 4 pm on Friday's. It has bee a great sport for developing communication skills and teamwork. Rosmini's first junior regatta is at Orakei basin on the 7th November were they will race against 30 other schools.
A huge téná rawa atu koe (thank you very much) to the committee and all involved for the amazing way you all worked as a whanau to support our first Hangi fundraiser.Read more ...
The Haka house competition training will take place in week three, in the Auditorium.
If you want to represent your house colour to win the overall Haka trophy you need to be there to start practising for the haka day event on week 9 Friday.
Your House leaders will be there to help teach you the haka.
Come along give it ago and learn something new.
The Rosmini College Maori and Pasifika Breakfast was held in the Tindall Auditorium on Thursday, 18th February. The Maori and Pasifika Breakfast celebrates the many successes of Maori and Pasifika students in their Academic, Sporting, Cultural and Community lives. At this year’s Breakfast, Year 12 students, James Roots (16) of Torbay and Tamarau McGahan (16) of Beachhaven were appointed Whanau Leaders, with fellow Year 12 students, Sebastian Stewart (16) of Northcote and David Meki (16) of Sunnynook then appointed as Pasifika Leaders. The Breakfast’s Guest Speaker was Mike Moka.