Starting from tomorrow, Thursday (31/03/11) the inter house will be conducted at the school for the field events only. Then on Friday will be the main one whereby the whole school will be down at the main grounds in Nuku for the track events. Each house - represented by their own colours, that is, Red, Blue, Green and Yellow.

This is one of an interesting part of the school program, where students has to show their talents in sports which the students love the most, apart from the academic work.  Yes...students now training very hard in order for their team to win.


Everyone now is looking forward for this big event. 

So,  you can come down if you can or just show your great support to your children of Rabi High School.


Photos for these events will be pasted after the events on Thursday and Friday.




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Comment by Nare on April 14, 2011 at 9:30pm

ahhhhh e binaa te red hahahahaa well during our times it was red that always win lol

 maybe its blue time now!!! thanks for the info thou highly appreciated!!!

Comment by Tutu Atauea on April 12, 2011 at 11:27am

The winning team after the game (interhouse) is the Blue green House, Yellow House then Red House....ahah, the prize is just the packet of beans...hope to change the prize to Ice-Cream.....ahah


Comment by Nare on April 11, 2011 at 2:14pm
So antai ae uotanako te tina ni mangko Is it Vesi(Red House??)  just assuming!!!


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