Jen White - Executive Assistant

Kia ora, before arriving at Haeata in 2016, I spent nearly 30 years in various Government Departments and University of Canterbury in a variety of Administration/Human Resources roles. I continue these functions and more at Haeata with our Principal and Establishment Board. Haeata for me is a unique and exciting learning environment, and its a privilege to work here with amazing kaimahi and ākonga. I am Ōtautahi born and bred, married here and had two sons here. In my spare time you will find me in the garden!  Nga mihi.

Jane Nicholl - Enrolments 

Kia ora haeata Whānau

 

You will find me in Te Tai o Maahunui / Reception, helping with the admin side of enrolments.

 

I have a background in teaching, policing and most importantly - raising my three teenage daughters.

 

At Haeata, I love being surrounded by such an interesting and diverse group of people - all totally committed to helping others. It's very inspiring!

Jodi Brown - Receptionist

Ko Manawaru te Maunga

Ko Arai te Uru te Awa

Ko Takitimu te Waka

Ko Rongowhakaata te Iwi

He uri ahau no Te Tairawhiti engari i tipu ake au ki Otautahi.

 

Tena Tatou,

I am Jodi the new receptionist at Haeata Community Campus. Before coming to Haeata I was in the health sector working with pepi and their whānau.

Along with my manaakitanga and compassion for tamariki I bring across ten years experience working in the eastern communities of Christchurch, where I myself was born, raised and educated.

I have similar values to that of Haeata Community Campus and implement these into my own life and whānau. I am also passionate in building strong foundations for our tamariki to be driven, ambitious and motivated adults.

Mauri ora ki a tatou katoa.

Barb Britten-Enrolments

I began at Haeata Community Campus in July 2016 and have been blessed to have had the opportunity to

support the Haeata Community in many practical ways

since my employment. . As of 2019 I am now part of the administration team as the Enrolments Officer and continue to support this wonderful Diverse community. It

brings so much joy building relationships with both whanau

and akonga. Over the time at Haeata these relationships

have strengthend.

I have two teenage children and have a huge heart for the

community on the East. This began in 2011 as I was a

Support and Welfare worker for the Salvation Army after

the February Earthquake. I also attended Avondale Primary

School from years 1-6.

I have a background as a company director, retail

management along with early childhood education.

 

 

Monique Lee - Community Engagement Co-ordinator

Kia ora! My name is Monique and I come to Haeata with a background of preschool and primary teaching in both Christchurch and England. I am excited to be involved with Haeata and passionate about ensuring akonga's needs are at the heart of everything we do. As an ex Discovery 1 pupil I am passionate about Haeata's unique modern learning environment that focusses on akonga's interests and passions at the forefront. In my spare time I like organising events, volunteering, spending time with friends and family, travelling and exploring our beautiful country. 

Kāhore taku toa i te toa takitahi, he toa takitini. 

Kim Holmes - SLT support

Kia Ora, my name is Kimberly. I am working in a mixed role this year at Haeata as a teacher and an administration support person. I love working alongside all the staff and whanau at Haeata and consider it a privilege to be a part of this wonderful school.

Karen Walker - Finance Officer 

My name is Karen.  Prior to joining the team here at Haeata, I came from

a background of accounts/administration. I have 2 children whom I adore.

We are a huge lover of dogs & spend a lot of time together as a family.

I am very much looking forward to my future at Haeata where I can utilise my skills & learn as much as I can along the way.  Thank you for making me feel so welcome.

 

Dale Wang- Puna Waiora Manager

Kia Ora! I grew up in a small town called Ashhurst in the North Island, and then moved down here to study in 2009. I finished study in 2016 (I'm a slow learner!) and then taught at Canterbury University for a while before landing here in Haeata. I am really looking forward to working with everybody in our Puna Waiora!.

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