I was appointed as Deputy Principal at the end of 2005 and as Principal in 2017. I have worked in this school for over 12 years and I am passionate about our school’s identity and place in the heart of Wellington and I want our students to be a part of creative, collaborative and active communities. Our rich 133 year history has had us at the forefront of best educational practice over and over with our students at the core. We recognise that the individual has their own measure of success and excellence and we work closely with them and their whānau over a range of areas – academic, sporting, cultural, social and personal – to enable them to achieve their goals.
Parent & Community Trustees
I was voted onto the Wellington High Board in 2019, and it’s a privilege to represent whānau and community on the board of this great school. My background is in education. I was a secondary teacher, worked at a teacher union, and now work in an education policy role in the public sector. I have previously been on both secondary and primary school boards. I have two children at Wellington High.
I was co-opted onto the Wellington High School Board in August 201 and relected in 2019. I have a son at Wellington High School, and a son at primary school. I have been a member of Te Whanau a Taraika since 2014, the parent led group at WHS focused primarily on lifting achievement for Māori students. I believe very much in New Zealand education and in the ability of New Zealanders to compete and contribute on a par with the best in the world. In my former career, I advised many different organisations to achieve growth and improve the work they were doing. I am now establishing my own business in a creative field. I look forward to applying my skills and experience to my role with the Board.
I was pleased to be elected onto the Board in June 2019. My eldest son is in year 11 at Wellington High School, and my youngest son will be joining in a few years. My day job is in educational research, and I look forward to contributing to education in a different way, through the board.
I was co-opted onto the Board in May 2018 and elected on in 2019. My eldest son is in year 11 at Wellington High School, and my youngest son is in year 9. I have been an in-house lawyer in various public entities for nearly 20 years. I am pleased to have this opportunity to bring my skills to the Board.
I have taught English at Wellington High School for the last 14 years. In that time, both my daughters have been here. I have had the opportunity to take on many different roles including Inquiry leader, TKT Leader and Specialist Classroom Teacher. I am looking forward to contributing to the school in a different way as a member of the Board.