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Jacinta Kelleher

Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Jacinta Kelleher
Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Ko Jacinta tōku ingoa.
I show true loyalty to this beautiful Tītahi Bay Community. This is where I spent my youth, rummaging around the rocks, surfing the waves and competing for pretty much every club in Tītahi Bay. I attended Tītahi Bay Kindy followed by Tītahi Bay School where I have the fondest memories. I haven’t ventured very far however I did spend 10 years travelling overseas, just to find myself back in this little slice of paradise. I have 3 children, 14 year old twins and a 12 year old, they are all sporty and active in our community. I am known around our Kura as the ‘sporty’ teacher, if there’s a sports job done then 9 times out of 10 it’s me behind the scenes. I would describe myself as a firm but fun teacher, always up for a good laugh with the kids when it’s appropriate. I absolutely LOVE my job and feel extremely lucky to be in such a supportive, encouraging environment, having lots of fun along the way. In my spare time you’ll spot me at the beach or driving my kids around to a million different sporting locations, yip call me taxi driver :).

Jacinta Kelleher
Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Ko Jacinta tōku ingoa.
I show true loyalty to this beautiful Tītahi Bay Community. This is where I spent my youth, rummaging around the rocks, surfing the waves and competing for pretty much every club in Tītahi Bay. I attended Tītahi Bay Kindy followed by Tītahi Bay School where I have the fondest memories. I haven’t ventured very far however I did spend 10 years travelling overseas, just to find myself back in this little slice of paradise. I have 3 children, 14 year old twins and a 12 year old, they are all sporty and active in our community. I am known around our Kura as the ‘sporty’ teacher, if there’s a sports job done then 9 times out of 10 it’s me behind the scenes. I would describe myself as a firm but fun teacher, always up for a good laugh with the kids when it’s appropriate. I absolutely LOVE my job and feel extremely lucky to be in such a supportive, encouraging environment, having lots of fun along the way. In my spare time you’ll spot me at the beach or driving my kids around to a million different sporting locations, yip call me taxi driver :).

Jacinta Kelleher
Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Ko Jacinta tōku ingoa.
I show true loyalty to this beautiful Tītahi Bay Community. This is where I spent my youth, rummaging around the rocks, surfing the waves and competing for pretty much every club in Tītahi Bay. I attended Tītahi Bay Kindy followed by Tītahi Bay School where I have the fondest memories. I haven’t ventured very far however I did spend 10 years travelling overseas, just to find myself back in this little slice of paradise. I have 3 children, 14 year old twins and a 12 year old, they are all sporty and active in our community. I am known around our Kura as the ‘sporty’ teacher, if there’s a sports job done then 9 times out of 10 it’s me behind the scenes. I would describe myself as a firm but fun teacher, always up for a good laugh with the kids when it’s appropriate. I absolutely LOVE my job and feel extremely lucky to be in such a supportive, encouraging environment, having lots of fun along the way. In my spare time you’ll spot me at the beach or driving my kids around to a million different sporting locations, yip call me taxi driver :).

Jacinta Kelleher

Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Jacinta Kelleher
Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Ko Jacinta tōku ingoa.
I show true loyalty to this beautiful Tītahi Bay Community. This is where I spent my youth, rummaging around the rocks, surfing the waves and competing for pretty much every club in Tītahi Bay. I attended Tītahi Bay Kindy followed by Tītahi Bay School where I have the fondest memories. I haven’t ventured very far however I did spend 10 years travelling overseas, just to find myself back in this little slice of paradise. I have 3 children, 14 year old twins and a 12 year old, they are all sporty and active in our community. I am known around our Kura as the ‘sporty’ teacher, if there’s a sports job done then 9 times out of 10 it’s me behind the scenes. I would describe myself as a firm but fun teacher, always up for a good laugh with the kids when it’s appropriate. I absolutely LOVE my job and feel extremely lucky to be in such a supportive, encouraging environment, having lots of fun along the way. In my spare time you’ll spot me at the beach or driving my kids around to a million different sporting locations, yip call me taxi driver :).

Jacinta Kelleher
Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Ko Jacinta tōku ingoa.
I show true loyalty to this beautiful Tītahi Bay Community. This is where I spent my youth, rummaging around the rocks, surfing the waves and competing for pretty much every club in Tītahi Bay. I attended Tītahi Bay Kindy followed by Tītahi Bay School where I have the fondest memories. I haven’t ventured very far however I did spend 10 years travelling overseas, just to find myself back in this little slice of paradise. I have 3 children, 14 year old twins and a 12 year old, they are all sporty and active in our community. I am known around our Kura as the ‘sporty’ teacher, if there’s a sports job done then 9 times out of 10 it’s me behind the scenes. I would describe myself as a firm but fun teacher, always up for a good laugh with the kids when it’s appropriate. I absolutely LOVE my job and feel extremely lucky to be in such a supportive, encouraging environment, having lots of fun along the way. In my spare time you’ll spot me at the beach or driving my kids around to a million different sporting locations, yip call me taxi driver :).

Jacinta Kelleher
Ruma 7 Kaiako/Assistant Principal

Ko Jacinta tōku ingoa.
I show true loyalty to this beautiful Tītahi Bay Community. This is where I spent my youth, rummaging around the rocks, surfing the waves and competing for pretty much every club in Tītahi Bay. I attended Tītahi Bay Kindy followed by Tītahi Bay School where I have the fondest memories. I haven’t ventured very far however I did spend 10 years travelling overseas, just to find myself back in this little slice of paradise. I have 3 children, 14 year old twins and a 12 year old, they are all sporty and active in our community. I am known around our Kura as the ‘sporty’ teacher, if there’s a sports job done then 9 times out of 10 it’s me behind the scenes. I would describe myself as a firm but fun teacher, always up for a good laugh with the kids when it’s appropriate. I absolutely LOVE my job and feel extremely lucky to be in such a supportive, encouraging environment, having lots of fun along the way. In my spare time you’ll spot me at the beach or driving my kids around to a million different sporting locations, yip call me taxi driver :).

Amanda Roche

Ruma 8 Kaiako

Amanda Roche
Ruma 8 Kaiako

Kia ora koutou, ko Amanda Roche tōku ingoa.

I grew up in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, starting in Johnsonville before moving to Porirua where much of my family remains. I began teaching in 2014 before going on maternity leave in 2020 when I had my daughter Matilda. After easing back into teaching by relieving across Wellington, in 2022 I began relieving regularly at Tītahi Bay School. I loved the kura so much that I stayed, and am now lucky to share the teaching of Ruma Tekau with Ebony Sushames. As well as teaching I am currently a full time student at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, studying Te Reo Māori.

When not at school you will find me spending time with my daughter, hanging out with my whānau and friends, or at the beach.

Amanda Roche
Ruma 8 Kaiako

Kia ora koutou, ko Amanda Roche tōku ingoa.

I grew up in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, starting in Johnsonville before moving to Porirua where much of my family remains. I began teaching in 2014 before going on maternity leave in 2020 when I had my daughter Matilda. After easing back into teaching by relieving across Wellington, in 2022 I began relieving regularly at Tītahi Bay School. I loved the kura so much that I stayed, and am now lucky to share the teaching of Ruma Tekau with Ebony Sushames. As well as teaching I am currently a full time student at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, studying Te Reo Māori.

When not at school you will find me spending time with my daughter, hanging out with my whānau and friends, or at the beach.

Amanda Roche
Ruma 8 Kaiako

Kia ora koutou, ko Amanda Roche tōku ingoa.

I grew up in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, starting in Johnsonville before moving to Porirua where much of my family remains. I began teaching in 2014 before going on maternity leave in 2020 when I had my daughter Matilda. After easing back into teaching by relieving across Wellington, in 2022 I began relieving regularly at Tītahi Bay School. I loved the kura so much that I stayed, and am now lucky to share the teaching of Ruma Tekau with Ebony Sushames. As well as teaching I am currently a full time student at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, studying Te Reo Māori.

When not at school you will find me spending time with my daughter, hanging out with my whānau and friends, or at the beach.

Amanda Roche

Ruma 8 Kaiako

Amanda Roche
Ruma 8 Kaiako

Kia ora koutou, ko Amanda Roche tōku ingoa.

I grew up in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, starting in Johnsonville before moving to Porirua where much of my family remains. I began teaching in 2014 before going on maternity leave in 2020 when I had my daughter Matilda. After easing back into teaching by relieving across Wellington, in 2022 I began relieving regularly at Tītahi Bay School. I loved the kura so much that I stayed, and am now lucky to share the teaching of Ruma Tekau with Ebony Sushames. As well as teaching I am currently a full time student at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, studying Te Reo Māori.

When not at school you will find me spending time with my daughter, hanging out with my whānau and friends, or at the beach.

Amanda Roche
Ruma 8 Kaiako

Kia ora koutou, ko Amanda Roche tōku ingoa.

I grew up in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, starting in Johnsonville before moving to Porirua where much of my family remains. I began teaching in 2014 before going on maternity leave in 2020 when I had my daughter Matilda. After easing back into teaching by relieving across Wellington, in 2022 I began relieving regularly at Tītahi Bay School. I loved the kura so much that I stayed, and am now lucky to share the teaching of Ruma Tekau with Ebony Sushames. As well as teaching I am currently a full time student at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, studying Te Reo Māori.

When not at school you will find me spending time with my daughter, hanging out with my whānau and friends, or at the beach.

Amanda Roche
Ruma 8 Kaiako

Kia ora koutou, ko Amanda Roche tōku ingoa.

I grew up in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, starting in Johnsonville before moving to Porirua where much of my family remains. I began teaching in 2014 before going on maternity leave in 2020 when I had my daughter Matilda. After easing back into teaching by relieving across Wellington, in 2022 I began relieving regularly at Tītahi Bay School. I loved the kura so much that I stayed, and am now lucky to share the teaching of Ruma Tekau with Ebony Sushames. As well as teaching I am currently a full time student at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, studying Te Reo Māori.

When not at school you will find me spending time with my daughter, hanging out with my whānau and friends, or at the beach.

Michaela Evans

Ruma 9 Kaiako

Michaela Evans
Ruma 9 Kaiako

Āio ki te rangi, āio ki te whenua, āio ki ngā mea katoa
Tīhei mauri ora!
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
Nō Wales, Scotland me Poland ahau. I tipu ake au ki Aotearoa, kei Tītahi Bay e noho ana. Ko
Michaela Evans tōku ingoa.
What a privilege it is to live and work in Tītahi Bay. I was brought up all over Te Ika-ā-māui
including Taitoko, Whanganui and Kirikiriroa. However, I have been based in Te
Whanganui-a-Tara for over 10 years now. When not at mahi I will be out in the taiao with my
whānau. You might spot me surfing in the bay or walking around our local maunga.

Michaela Evans
Ruma 9 Kaiako

Āio ki te rangi, āio ki te whenua, āio ki ngā mea katoa
Tīhei mauri ora!
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
Nō Wales, Scotland me Poland ahau. I tipu ake au ki Aotearoa, kei Tītahi Bay e noho ana. Ko
Michaela Evans tōku ingoa.
What a privilege it is to live and work in Tītahi Bay. I was brought up all over Te Ika-ā-māui
including Taitoko, Whanganui and Kirikiriroa. However, I have been based in Te
Whanganui-a-Tara for over 10 years now. When not at mahi I will be out in the taiao with my
whānau. You might spot me surfing in the bay or walking around our local maunga.

Michaela Evans
Ruma 9 Kaiako

Āio ki te rangi, āio ki te whenua, āio ki ngā mea katoa
Tīhei mauri ora!
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
Nō Wales, Scotland me Poland ahau. I tipu ake au ki Aotearoa, kei Tītahi Bay e noho ana. Ko
Michaela Evans tōku ingoa.
What a privilege it is to live and work in Tītahi Bay. I was brought up all over Te Ika-ā-māui
including Taitoko, Whanganui and Kirikiriroa. However, I have been based in Te
Whanganui-a-Tara for over 10 years now. When not at mahi I will be out in the taiao with my
whānau. You might spot me surfing in the bay or walking around our local maunga.

Michaela Evans

Ruma 9 Kaiako

Michaela Evans
Ruma 9 Kaiako

Āio ki te rangi, āio ki te whenua, āio ki ngā mea katoa
Tīhei mauri ora!
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
Nō Wales, Scotland me Poland ahau. I tipu ake au ki Aotearoa, kei Tītahi Bay e noho ana. Ko
Michaela Evans tōku ingoa.
What a privilege it is to live and work in Tītahi Bay. I was brought up all over Te Ika-ā-māui
including Taitoko, Whanganui and Kirikiriroa. However, I have been based in Te
Whanganui-a-Tara for over 10 years now. When not at mahi I will be out in the taiao with my
whānau. You might spot me surfing in the bay or walking around our local maunga.

Michaela Evans
Ruma 9 Kaiako

Āio ki te rangi, āio ki te whenua, āio ki ngā mea katoa
Tīhei mauri ora!
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
Nō Wales, Scotland me Poland ahau. I tipu ake au ki Aotearoa, kei Tītahi Bay e noho ana. Ko
Michaela Evans tōku ingoa.
What a privilege it is to live and work in Tītahi Bay. I was brought up all over Te Ika-ā-māui
including Taitoko, Whanganui and Kirikiriroa. However, I have been based in Te
Whanganui-a-Tara for over 10 years now. When not at mahi I will be out in the taiao with my
whānau. You might spot me surfing in the bay or walking around our local maunga.

Michaela Evans
Ruma 9 Kaiako

Āio ki te rangi, āio ki te whenua, āio ki ngā mea katoa
Tīhei mauri ora!
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
Nō Wales, Scotland me Poland ahau. I tipu ake au ki Aotearoa, kei Tītahi Bay e noho ana. Ko
Michaela Evans tōku ingoa.
What a privilege it is to live and work in Tītahi Bay. I was brought up all over Te Ika-ā-māui
including Taitoko, Whanganui and Kirikiriroa. However, I have been based in Te
Whanganui-a-Tara for over 10 years now. When not at mahi I will be out in the taiao with my
whānau. You might spot me surfing in the bay or walking around our local maunga.

Khaylen Huriwai

Ruma 10 Kaiako

Khaylen Huriwai
Ruma 10 Kaiako

Tēnā koutou katoa. Nō Ngāti Koroki, Ngāti Pikiao me Ngāti Porou te iwi. Ko Huriwai raua ko Teleaga te whānau. Nō Porirua ahau. Ko Khaylen Huriwai (Aka Matua Khaylen) tōku ingoa. Kia Ora, I’m a born and bred Porirua boy growing up on Champion Street in Cannons Creek while also having stints of living overseas in countries such as Korea, India and Australia. Building our tamariki to have a strong sense of culture and identity is a big part of my teaching philosophy. I have a huge passion for sports and can often be found playing league, flag, indoor netball or anything team orientated. I bring this love into my teaching and believe sports and PE support tamariki to learn valuable life long skills in a fun and active way. As a new father, the majority of my time is spent with my pēpi and wife who some of you may know as Whaea Grace. Looking forward to learning and growing alongside our Kura Street ākonga.

Khaylen Huriwai
Ruma 10 Kaiako

Tēnā koutou katoa. Nō Ngāti Koroki, Ngāti Pikiao me Ngāti Porou te iwi. Ko Huriwai raua ko Teleaga te whānau. Nō Porirua ahau. Ko Khaylen Huriwai (Aka Matua Khaylen) tōku ingoa. Kia Ora, I’m a born and bred Porirua boy growing up on Champion Street in Cannons Creek while also having stints of living overseas in countries such as Korea, India and Australia. Building our tamariki to have a strong sense of culture and identity is a big part of my teaching philosophy. I have a huge passion for sports and can often be found playing league, flag, indoor netball or anything team orientated. I bring this love into my teaching and believe sports and PE support tamariki to learn valuable life long skills in a fun and active way. As a new father, the majority of my time is spent with my pēpi and wife who some of you may know as Whaea Grace. Looking forward to learning and growing alongside our Kura Street ākonga.

Khaylen Huriwai
Ruma 10 Kaiako

Tēnā koutou katoa. Nō Ngāti Koroki, Ngāti Pikiao me Ngāti Porou te iwi. Ko Huriwai raua ko Teleaga te whānau. Nō Porirua ahau. Ko Khaylen Huriwai (Aka Matua Khaylen) tōku ingoa. Kia Ora, I’m a born and bred Porirua boy growing up on Champion Street in Cannons Creek while also having stints of living overseas in countries such as Korea, India and Australia. Building our tamariki to have a strong sense of culture and identity is a big part of my teaching philosophy. I have a huge passion for sports and can often be found playing league, flag, indoor netball or anything team orientated. I bring this love into my teaching and believe sports and PE support tamariki to learn valuable life long skills in a fun and active way. As a new father, the majority of my time is spent with my pēpi and wife who some of you may know as Whaea Grace. Looking forward to learning and growing alongside our Kura Street ākonga.

Khaylen Huriwai

Ruma 10 Kaiako

Khaylen Huriwai
Ruma 10 Kaiako

Tēnā koutou katoa. Nō Ngāti Koroki, Ngāti Pikiao me Ngāti Porou te iwi. Ko Huriwai raua ko Teleaga te whānau. Nō Porirua ahau. Ko Khaylen Huriwai (Aka Matua Khaylen) tōku ingoa. Kia Ora, I’m a born and bred Porirua boy growing up on Champion Street in Cannons Creek while also having stints of living overseas in countries such as Korea, India and Australia. Building our tamariki to have a strong sense of culture and identity is a big part of my teaching philosophy. I have a huge passion for sports and can often be found playing league, flag, indoor netball or anything team orientated. I bring this love into my teaching and believe sports and PE support tamariki to learn valuable life long skills in a fun and active way. As a new father, the majority of my time is spent with my pēpi and wife who some of you may know as Whaea Grace. Looking forward to learning and growing alongside our Kura Street ākonga.

Khaylen Huriwai
Ruma 10 Kaiako

Tēnā koutou katoa. Nō Ngāti Koroki, Ngāti Pikiao me Ngāti Porou te iwi. Ko Huriwai raua ko Teleaga te whānau. Nō Porirua ahau. Ko Khaylen Huriwai (Aka Matua Khaylen) tōku ingoa. Kia Ora, I’m a born and bred Porirua boy growing up on Champion Street in Cannons Creek while also having stints of living overseas in countries such as Korea, India and Australia. Building our tamariki to have a strong sense of culture and identity is a big part of my teaching philosophy. I have a huge passion for sports and can often be found playing league, flag, indoor netball or anything team orientated. I bring this love into my teaching and believe sports and PE support tamariki to learn valuable life long skills in a fun and active way. As a new father, the majority of my time is spent with my pēpi and wife who some of you may know as Whaea Grace. Looking forward to learning and growing alongside our Kura Street ākonga.

Khaylen Huriwai
Ruma 10 Kaiako

Tēnā koutou katoa. Nō Ngāti Koroki, Ngāti Pikiao me Ngāti Porou te iwi. Ko Huriwai raua ko Teleaga te whānau. Nō Porirua ahau. Ko Khaylen Huriwai (Aka Matua Khaylen) tōku ingoa. Kia Ora, I’m a born and bred Porirua boy growing up on Champion Street in Cannons Creek while also having stints of living overseas in countries such as Korea, India and Australia. Building our tamariki to have a strong sense of culture and identity is a big part of my teaching philosophy. I have a huge passion for sports and can often be found playing league, flag, indoor netball or anything team orientated. I bring this love into my teaching and believe sports and PE support tamariki to learn valuable life long skills in a fun and active way. As a new father, the majority of my time is spent with my pēpi and wife who some of you may know as Whaea Grace. Looking forward to learning and growing alongside our Kura Street ākonga.

Ang Strand

Ruma 11 Kaiako

Ang Strand
Ruma 11 Kaiako

Kia ora. Kō Ang Strand tōku ingoa. I have been at our beautiful kura for the past 13 years. I love Tītahi Bay, all the kids, whānau and the community feel. I have enjoyed teaching in the junior, middle and now the senior school. Our KURA values shine through in everything that we do and the staff that I work with are just amazing. With my love for the environment I love working with both our Enviro Leaders and other tamariki in the garden and helping to run our Garden to Table program with our tamariki.
In my own time I love spending time with my husband and two boys Jake and Liam. We enjoy getting outside and making the most of our weekends by getting out and about in our local community and around Wellington. I also enjoy being a Kea Leader at our local scout hall (Paparangi) where both of my boys are Keas.

Ang Strand
Ruma 11 Kaiako

Kia ora. Kō Ang Strand tōku ingoa. I have been at our beautiful kura for the past 13 years. I love Tītahi Bay, all the kids, whānau and the community feel. I have enjoyed teaching in the junior, middle and now the senior school. Our KURA values shine through in everything that we do and the staff that I work with are just amazing. With my love for the environment I love working with both our Enviro Leaders and other tamariki in the garden and helping to run our Garden to Table program with our tamariki.
In my own time I love spending time with my husband and two boys Jake and Liam. We enjoy getting outside and making the most of our weekends by getting out and about in our local community and around Wellington. I also enjoy being a Kea Leader at our local scout hall (Paparangi) where both of my boys are Keas.

Ang Strand
Ruma 11 Kaiako

Kia ora. Kō Ang Strand tōku ingoa. I have been at our beautiful kura for the past 13 years. I love Tītahi Bay, all the kids, whānau and the community feel. I have enjoyed teaching in the junior, middle and now the senior school. Our KURA values shine through in everything that we do and the staff that I work with are just amazing. With my love for the environment I love working with both our Enviro Leaders and other tamariki in the garden and helping to run our Garden to Table program with our tamariki.
In my own time I love spending time with my husband and two boys Jake and Liam. We enjoy getting outside and making the most of our weekends by getting out and about in our local community and around Wellington. I also enjoy being a Kea Leader at our local scout hall (Paparangi) where both of my boys are Keas.

Ang Strand

Ruma 11 Kaiako

Ang Strand
Ruma 11 Kaiako

Kia ora. Kō Ang Strand tōku ingoa. I have been at our beautiful kura for the past 13 years. I love Tītahi Bay, all the kids, whānau and the community feel. I have enjoyed teaching in the junior, middle and now the senior school. Our KURA values shine through in everything that we do and the staff that I work with are just amazing. With my love for the environment I love working with both our Enviro Leaders and other tamariki in the garden and helping to run our Garden to Table program with our tamariki.
In my own time I love spending time with my husband and two boys Jake and Liam. We enjoy getting outside and making the most of our weekends by getting out and about in our local community and around Wellington. I also enjoy being a Kea Leader at our local scout hall (Paparangi) where both of my boys are Keas.

Ang Strand
Ruma 11 Kaiako

Kia ora. Kō Ang Strand tōku ingoa. I have been at our beautiful kura for the past 13 years. I love Tītahi Bay, all the kids, whānau and the community feel. I have enjoyed teaching in the junior, middle and now the senior school. Our KURA values shine through in everything that we do and the staff that I work with are just amazing. With my love for the environment I love working with both our Enviro Leaders and other tamariki in the garden and helping to run our Garden to Table program with our tamariki.
In my own time I love spending time with my husband and two boys Jake and Liam. We enjoy getting outside and making the most of our weekends by getting out and about in our local community and around Wellington. I also enjoy being a Kea Leader at our local scout hall (Paparangi) where both of my boys are Keas.

Ang Strand
Ruma 11 Kaiako

Kia ora. Kō Ang Strand tōku ingoa. I have been at our beautiful kura for the past 13 years. I love Tītahi Bay, all the kids, whānau and the community feel. I have enjoyed teaching in the junior, middle and now the senior school. Our KURA values shine through in everything that we do and the staff that I work with are just amazing. With my love for the environment I love working with both our Enviro Leaders and other tamariki in the garden and helping to run our Garden to Table program with our tamariki.
In my own time I love spending time with my husband and two boys Jake and Liam. We enjoy getting outside and making the most of our weekends by getting out and about in our local community and around Wellington. I also enjoy being a Kea Leader at our local scout hall (Paparangi) where both of my boys are Keas.

Abby de Groot McKenzie

Kaiako

Abby de Groot McKenzie
Kaiako

Kia Ora koutou. Ko Abby de Groot-Mckenzie (Mrs d.g-Mck) tōku ingoa. I am thrilled to join the Tītahi Bay whānau in 2024. I will be working in the wonderful ruma 11 every Friday. I have had the pleasure of teaching for thirteen years, from New Entrants through to Intermediate. Currently I am also working in ECE sporting the 4 year old transition room. I am thrilled to be back in a Primary setting this year and cannot wait to learn more about your wonderful community.
I am originally from Wānaka, now living in beautify Whitby with my husband, 2 year old daughter and our cats. We love getting outdoors and showing Lucy all the amazing things this world has to offer. I cannot wait to meet you all.

Abby de Groot McKenzie
Kaiako

Kia Ora koutou. Ko Abby de Groot-Mckenzie (Mrs d.g-Mck) tōku ingoa. I am thrilled to join the Tītahi Bay whānau in 2024. I will be working in the wonderful ruma 11 every Friday. I have had the pleasure of teaching for thirteen years, from New Entrants through to Intermediate. Currently I am also working in ECE sporting the 4 year old transition room. I am thrilled to be back in a Primary setting this year and cannot wait to learn more about your wonderful community.
I am originally from Wānaka, now living in beautify Whitby with my husband, 2 year old daughter and our cats. We love getting outdoors and showing Lucy all the amazing things this world has to offer. I cannot wait to meet you all.

Abby de Groot McKenzie
Kaiako

Kia Ora koutou. Ko Abby de Groot-Mckenzie (Mrs d.g-Mck) tōku ingoa. I am thrilled to join the Tītahi Bay whānau in 2024. I will be working in the wonderful ruma 11 every Friday. I have had the pleasure of teaching for thirteen years, from New Entrants through to Intermediate. Currently I am also working in ECE sporting the 4 year old transition room. I am thrilled to be back in a Primary setting this year and cannot wait to learn more about your wonderful community.
I am originally from Wānaka, now living in beautify Whitby with my husband, 2 year old daughter and our cats. We love getting outdoors and showing Lucy all the amazing things this world has to offer. I cannot wait to meet you all.

Abby de Groot McKenzie

Kaiako

Abby de Groot McKenzie
Kaiako

Kia Ora koutou. Ko Abby de Groot-Mckenzie (Mrs d.g-Mck) tōku ingoa. I am thrilled to join the Tītahi Bay whānau in 2024. I will be working in the wonderful ruma 11 every Friday. I have had the pleasure of teaching for thirteen years, from New Entrants through to Intermediate. Currently I am also working in ECE sporting the 4 year old transition room. I am thrilled to be back in a Primary setting this year and cannot wait to learn more about your wonderful community.
I am originally from Wānaka, now living in beautify Whitby with my husband, 2 year old daughter and our cats. We love getting outdoors and showing Lucy all the amazing things this world has to offer. I cannot wait to meet you all.

Abby de Groot McKenzie
Kaiako

Kia Ora koutou. Ko Abby de Groot-Mckenzie (Mrs d.g-Mck) tōku ingoa. I am thrilled to join the Tītahi Bay whānau in 2024. I will be working in the wonderful ruma 11 every Friday. I have had the pleasure of teaching for thirteen years, from New Entrants through to Intermediate. Currently I am also working in ECE sporting the 4 year old transition room. I am thrilled to be back in a Primary setting this year and cannot wait to learn more about your wonderful community.
I am originally from Wānaka, now living in beautify Whitby with my husband, 2 year old daughter and our cats. We love getting outdoors and showing Lucy all the amazing things this world has to offer. I cannot wait to meet you all.

Abby de Groot McKenzie
Kaiako

Kia Ora koutou. Ko Abby de Groot-Mckenzie (Mrs d.g-Mck) tōku ingoa. I am thrilled to join the Tītahi Bay whānau in 2024. I will be working in the wonderful ruma 11 every Friday. I have had the pleasure of teaching for thirteen years, from New Entrants through to Intermediate. Currently I am also working in ECE sporting the 4 year old transition room. I am thrilled to be back in a Primary setting this year and cannot wait to learn more about your wonderful community.
I am originally from Wānaka, now living in beautify Whitby with my husband, 2 year old daughter and our cats. We love getting outdoors and showing Lucy all the amazing things this world has to offer. I cannot wait to meet you all.

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