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  • Paul Manson

    Tags: music, walking, art, reading, and working with my exciting and brilliant colleagues

  • Diane Henderson

    Tags: family, gardening, fishing, walking, travel

  • Debbie Winks

    Hi. My name is Debbie Winks and I am the Associate Principal in charge of the junior whanau. I teach a Year 1 class.

    Tags: reading, walking, gardening, following kids sport-rugby

  • Lorna Wainwright

    Kia ora! I started teaching in 1993 in The Yorkshire Dales in England. We moved to this beautiful country 8 years ago and made a home for ourselves in Taupo. I have been working at my present school for the last 7 years and team teach in the New Entrants Room.

    Tags: walking, spending time with my family, cooking, reading

  • Rangimaria

    I am a Resource Teacher of Maori working in Murihiku, Southland. My iwi is Ngai Tahu / European. I have a Blogspot " Up and away in Murihiku" as well as one for my whanau " couch-suddaby" . I also have a profile in Facebook.

    Tags: waiata, southern maori history, te reo, walking

  • eileena

    Hi, I am NE teacher here at Lawrence Area School. I have two children - Charlotte - 5yrs and Oscar - nearly 2! Life is very busy! 

    Tags: relaxing with friends, walking, cooking

  • Natasha Mikaere

    Loving being a first time mum and working! I had big plans of studying Te Reo through Massey whilst on Maternity leave...I should have listened to all of those who said You won't have the time!

    Tags: te reo maori, textiles and art, walking, spending time with whanau and my pepi!

  • Sally Benington

    I am a part-time teacher at Lawrence Area School. I work every day but start at 10.30am. I teach reading recovery until 12noon and then go into the year 7 and 8 class to release our deputy principal unti the end of the day. I work part-time as I have 3 children aged 6, 9 and 11.

    Tags: walking, squash, following children's sports

  • Claire

    Tags: e-fellow 2013, digital literacy, ubiquity, agency and connectedness, flexible learning spaces, blended learning, reading, walking, friends

  • Candice Carson

    Kia Ora, Bonjour! Goeie dag! Sawubona,Konnichiwa! My name is Candice and I am a primary school teacher, teaching a gorgeous group of Year 2-3 tamariki at St Josephs School in Waitara. I love the opportunity of being able to make a difference and to not only teach but to learn! 

    Tags: Family, walking, exploring