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  • lizbeattie

    About me: Work at Kimi Ora Community School in Hastings, teaching,this Year, year4/5. I've been teaching a while and still coming to grips with new technology!!!!!

  • Gary S

    About me: ...ural school just outside Oamaru in the middle of dairy country. I have a fantastic staff, really responsive students and an extremely supportive community. I am particularly interested...

  • Valay Raman

    About me: ...derpinned by this philosophy. This has allowed us to connect with our community by allowing them free access...our school to use our digital equipment. Most people that live in our community do not have computers connect...

  • Viki

    About me: I am very proud to be the Deputy Principal of Holy Cross Catholic School. I live close to my school in West Auckland and my family and I enjoy participating  in our community. I am really lucky to spend my weekends on beautiful Waiheke Island so I return fresh and energised to school each Monday.

  • Blair Dravitski

    About me: ...school.- I lead the EOTC programme through the planning and organisation of camps. - I lead Health and PE within the school. Moving to a small community and taking on a Deputy Princi...

  • Lisa

    About me: ...ness, resilience, creativity etc... that will hold them no matter what tool or technique they may need to  employ. Anyway... I have joined this community to upskill myself as I have s...

  • Chris Jansen

    About me: ...I work alongside organisations in the education, health, business and community sectors in a range of project...h has involved developing a leadership focussed professional learning community using a process called Apprec...

  • Georgie

    About me: ...ol. A huge aspect to my ever-developing teaching philosophy is the importance of relationships; between children, kaiako, families and the wider community.

  • Sose Annandale

    About me: Hi I'm the lucky person who is the Principal of the Russell School community in Porirua East.  I have been wo...r sleeves up and get on with the task of developing a strong learning community