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Welcome to Rutherford College.
Term Dates for 2020
Term 1 | 3 February – 9 April
Term 2 | 28 April – 3 July
Term 3 | 20 July – 25 September
Term 4 | 12 October – TBC
Start dates for 2020
Thursday, 23 January | School office opens
Tuesday, 28 January | Nathan Wallis – Teen Brain 7:30pm to 9pm
Wednesday, 29 January | Teacher only day
Thursday, 30 January | Course Confirmation 9:30am to 12:30pm (students required to attend will be notified)
Friday, 31 January | Teacher only day
Monday, 3 February | Year 9 and new to Rutherford Powhiri
Tuesday, 4 February | All students 8:40 start | ID photos, assemblies and classes
Thursday, 6 February | Waitangi Day
Friday, 7 February | School closed
Monday, 10 February | Full timetable commences
2021 – 60TH REUNION
Save the date – 9-11 April 2021 Rutherford will be celebrating 60 years of world class education. We would like to hear more from our past students and staff about what they’d like to see happen at the Reunion. Register your ideas and interest in the event here.
Tell us your story
We know there are some amazing ex-Rutherford students doing fabulous things out there and we’d like you to share your story with us. Drop us a line to tell us your story and don’t forget to include some great photos of you and what you are doing, wherever you are in the world. CLICK HERE
Tues 28 Jan 2020 : 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Rutherford College, Te Atatu – Auckland
Rutherford College is proud to announce that host of the documentary “All in the Mind”, and co-host of the TV Series “The Secret life of Girls”, Nathan Wallis, Aotearoa’s renowned neuroscience educator, is coming to our community with his talk – Teen Brain.
There are 6000-year-old hieroglyphics carved into the pyramids depicting the teenagers of the time as being self-obsessed, defiant and unmotivated – that’s sounding pretty familiar don’t you think?
During adolescence part of your teenage brain “shuts for renovations”. This is the part of the brain responsible for controlling your teenager1s moods, for understanding consequences and for thinking about the well-being of others. So, whilst you can’t expect lots of those behaviours during adolescence, there are ways that you can enhance and maximise the times when they can. Understanding the changes that are taking place for your teen will help you to navigate successfully these important and formative years.
Join Nathan for an in-depth look into the teen brain and get a summary of the latest research and everything a parent, grandparent or whanau needs to know.
Tickets are available at www.eventfinda.co.nz
Get in quick as tickets will sell out.
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Phone: 834 9790
Physical Address: Kotuku Street, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland 0610