Rangiuru School is a small, rural school providing an education of choice for both rural and town students. It is comprised of 4 classrooms, a multipurpose room for arts and multi media purposes, a school information centre (library) and an administration block. An extensive playground and sports field area are a great place to play as well as the skate-bowl, tennis court, swimming pool and shade area. A small area of native trees and bush, affectionately called ‘The Shrubbery’, stands behind the school and is used for outdoor activities and environmental education.

Built on generations of farming families the school has a strong focus on being part of the wider community and encouraging an environment of nurturing and cultural understanding. There is an effort to include into the curriculum those broader aspects of education that help students develop in their confidence and help them take responsibility for their own learning.

Mission Statement

“Whakamana i Ahau - Empower Me”

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Taking enrolments now:

07 573 7035

In The


Term 2 begins

Monday 3rd May 2021

Term 2 ends

Thursday 8th May 2021

Enrolments for 2021

welcome now, call our office or pop in to visit.

Don't forget to check out our event page for updates on Country Fair, Camp etc

We do not have any school fees. 

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We want our school to EMPOWER by:                                  


Enhancing independent, connected life-long learning            

Molding confident students who strive to achieve                 

Promoting a desire to learn                                               

Operating a safe, nurturing environment for all                    

Welcoming and fostering an attitude of respect, tolerance and acceptance for all

Encouraging individual potential                                        

Rewarding responsibility and choice 


Love to learn culture

Respecting individuals and difference

Safe, nurturing environment

Minds that inquire and solve problems

Country traditions and community diversity

Independent thinkers who take responsibility for their own learning