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Welcome to Room 26. Our class is about learning through fun and exploration. We focus on academic and creative subjects as well as learning about friendship and socialising skills. We're a vibrant bunch, come and visit us and take part in our class day.
Lillian Bombay email@example.com I have been at Kaurilands for 12 years, flittering between Years 1, 2 and 3. Juniors are my cup of tea. There's never a dull moment in my job. I love children's honesty, excitement and willingness to learn. In my class, I value being creative through art, music and imagination.
Suzanne Freeman firstname.lastname@example.org I feel privileged to be part of such a supportive community of passionate teachers. I have had Reading Recovery training and love teaching maths. I am passionate about children’s learning and am continually amazed by how 5 and 6 year olds learn! I love spending time with my family and travelling.
Violet Luatua email@example.com My name is Violet and as a new teacher to Kaurilands School, I look forward to helping your tamariki grow in their learning. My Cook Island/Welsh culture has taught me to celebrate and embrace all cultures of Aotearoa. I have a special interest in singing, crafts & outdoor education.
Welcome to our collaborative learning space! We love to learn, explore, wonder, collaborate and most importantly have fun. Check out our seesaw blog to see weekly updates about what is happening in our learning space.
Rebecca Barrett firstname.lastname@example.org Kaurilands is an amazing school to work at. The supportive staff and community make it truly unique. I love to provide hands-on learning experiences which foster curiosity and encourage children to develop creative thinking skills. I am passionate about integrating the arts into my teaching.
I have just started in my role as a classroom teacher at Kaurilands this year. I am lucky to be working in the collaborative space Ropu Iwa. I think that teaching and learning is optimised in this environment, allowing us to learn from each other's strengths as we become a learning community.