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You are invited to an evening of Fun, Fashion and Festivities hosted by Lisa O’Neill. Lisa is the current Fashion Editor for The New Zealand Women’s Weekly and has 21 years experience dressing women of all ages and body shapes. She is well known for her humour and great sense of style. Lisa says her philosophy is more than just styling women. “It is not about changing what they wear, it’s about changing how they feel about themselves.  If you feel good about how you look, it has such an impact on your life.”

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    Contact Us

37 Haumia Street,  Johnsonville  
Wellington 6037

Private Bag 13-907,  Johnsonville  
Wellington 6440

Phone: 04 477 5330     
Fax: 04 4775331
Absence: 04 477 5333     
After School Club 04 477 5334
Raroa Dental Hub: 0800 825583



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Raroa Normal Intermediate School has achieved a unique place for itself since its establishment in 1971.
 
Exemplary of the best in practice in the educating of emerging adolescents, its specialist focus provides not only a window on excellence in Year 7-8 education but a smorgasbord of exciting opportunities appropriate to the Middle Years.
 
Set in the centre of the Northern suburbs of Wellington, Raroa, as an intermediate school, provides challenging experiences for Middle Years students aged 10-13. Raroa is a decile 10 school with a roll of over 600 students.
 
As a Normal School, Raroa also provides exemplary practice for training teachers from Victoria University College of Education.




Opening Hours

  8.45am - 2.50pm


   Interval: 10.25am - 10.45am

   Lunch: 12.10pm - 1.10pm


           
                                                              
  
    

 





















QUICK LINKS 


Genesis Energy Mean Green House Competition.
Over the last two terms, 9 students from Room 20, in conjunction with DPE, have been working hard to enter  three houses into the Genesis Energy Mean Green Sustainable House Competition. 

This is a nationwide competition to design, research, construct and present a state of the art sustainable house.

This year we entered three houses in the Year 7 & 8 section.

As part of of this competition the students had to create a 5 min presentation.

Trapezium Green Entry One

YouTube Video