Immersive courses designed for all levels of experience. Participant numbers are limited to enable focussed and effective learning.
This year we are adapting the story of Harry Potter. We usually put a twist on our adaptations, so you may see a few fun surprises.
The Rangitahi Project, 14 years in the making We were incredibly pleased to hand over the first stage of the Rangitahi sections to their new owners last week. It is...Read More
Enterprising Nia teacher honoured as ‘a real star’ From a national longboard champ to championing the health of others … it’s been quite a ride for Raglan’s Belinda Goodwin, who...Read More
Lockdown in Mallorca You may well remember Jesse Turner serving you at Rockit Kitchen. Jesse lived in Raglan a few years ago and made it home, purchasing a charming character...Read More
Raglan artist Simon Te Wheoro has been selected to respond creatively to alarming signs of racism, and spark crucial conversations about unity.
Death is not an easy subject to talk about but increasingly people are wanting to take control of their final send off.
Five ways to winter resilience with the Herbal Dispensary PLENTY OF PLANTS Put down the packets and pick up the plants! Eating with the seasons provides the mind and body...Read More
Lee, a Raglan local, is Leader of Curriculum at He Puaawai, Fraser High School’s Teen parent unit. Struggling to fight back the tears Lee Marchioni tells her graduate student Danielle…
Pou weave Raglan and Rangitahi together – connecting the past and present In a recent dawn ceremony attended by local iwi, contractors, the Peacocke family and existing peninsula residents, the...Read More