Rangi provides all girls with opportunities to develop leadership, initiative and independence. Senior girls provide support and leadership to junior girls through club activities, clan activities and through the Year 13 Form Senior system. We emphasise a strong family support culture – the encouragement to use one hand to try new things and to leave a hand free to help others.
Led by Senior students, themed weeks involve a wide variety of activities and competitions related to the chosen theme and are enjoyed by the entire school. In addition to being a great deal of fun, the aim of themed weeks is to increase awareness and develop understanding of personal, national or global issues and how we can all, and individually, make a difference.
The school has six clans named after Scottish castles – Balmoral, Glamis, Doune, Stirling, Dunvegan and Braemar. These allow vertical groupings of students from Years 7 to 13 to compete against one another in many school activities.
School-wide Leadership Training and Opportunities
Girls receive leadership training and many opportunities to have input into the direction of their school both in teams and as individuals. Rangi teachs girls how to use their energy and abilities in a positive way – be it through sport, community service, cultural, environmental or sporting committees.