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Belonging. Friendship. Fun. Giving back.

We celebrate our diverse Rangi Ruru family and offer to extend the connection beyond school for Alumnae who live all over the world, are busy parents, farmers, entrepreneurs and more. Rangi Ruru Alumnae are supported by the Rangi Ruru Old Girls’ Association (RROGA). This group of volunteers, along with the School, create opportunities and events for Alumnae to network, reminisce and inspire each other.

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RROGA aim to offer a wide range of events for alumnae each year.

See below what is coming up for 2023 and 2024.

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2024 Reunion

We are pleased to announce the 2024 Rangi Ruru Reunions will be held on the weekend of the 16-17 February at Rangi Ruru Girls’ School. Registrations will open at the beginning of term 4 with a schedule of events and pricing released at the end of term 3.

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Whaea Ora Morning Tea

This event will be held on Friday 10th November 2023 at Rangi Ruru. This is a morning tea for all alumnae to celebrate 65 years since their third form year (year 9) and all Gibson Girls. It is hosted jointly by RROGA and Rangi Ruru. More information will be published closer to the event to those invited.

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Combined Golf Tournament

This is a combined event with St Margaret’s, St Hilda’s, Columba and Craighead Alumnae. Any Alumnae are welcome to play in the tournament. For more information, contact [email protected].

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Combined Bridge Tournament

An annual Bridge Tournament with St Margaret’s and Rangi Ruru Alumnae. The event is held at the Christchurch Bridge Club. The next tournament is scheduled for Thursday 30th May 2024. Any Alumnae who know how to play Bridge are welcome to join in. More details will be posted closer to the event.

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Gibson Girls Luncheon

A luncheon hosted jointly with the school. Gibson Girls are invited to dine on school grounds. More details will be published closer to the time.


Click on the links below to read past newsletters

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Read below editions of the RROGA magazine over the years.

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Wide Sky – Winter issue 2023

We are excited to announce we have joined forces with the school and from this point forward all RROGA news will be included in Wide Sky, the school magazine. This is a very special edition celebrating 100 years since Rangi Ruru moved to our current site, 100 years since the Old Girls’ Association was formed and 100 years since the first school magazine was published (almost to the day)!

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RROGA Magazine – 2022 Edition

Our theme for 2022 was ‘making our world the best place we can’. We have some incredible alumnae doing some incredible things to make changes and it was a privilege for us to bring their stories to you.

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RROGA Magazine – 2021 Edition

Our 2021 RROGA Magazine is a celebration of the special place our Alumnae have at Rangi. Our 2021 edition celebrates a number of our rurally based Alumnae.

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RROGA News – 2020 Edition

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RROGA News – 2019 Edition

RROGA Committee Members

Patron – Jo Dodgshun
Honorary life members – Helen Dunn, Deborah Errington, Jo Dodgshun, Robyn Cartwright

President – Amanda Dick
Honorary legal advisor – Rebecca Cresswell
Honorary accountant/treasurer – Charlotte Bryden
Coordinator – Olivia Ling

Committee Members
Immediate Past President – Rebekah Thomas-Hiddleston
Board of Governors Representative – Aleisha Chadderton
Mandy Brazier
Robyn Cartwright
Elizabeth Wright
Stephanie Withell
Charlotte Gray
Felicity Williams
Jendy Judd
Kelli Scott