Kaiārahi

Waiarani Eruera

 

Ko Hikurangi te maunga

Ko Waiapu te awa

Ko Ngāti Porou te iwi

Ko Te Aitanga-a-Mate, Te Whānau-a-Iritekura, Te Awe Māpara me Te Whānau-a-Te Aowera ngā hapū

Tihē mauri ora.

He uri awau nō Ngāti Porou me Te Whānau-a-Apanui. He kaiako kei te Kura-a-Rohe o Te Karaka i tēnei wā engari e pārekareka ana kua whai tūranga awau ki Haeata ki rō whānau reo rua.
Kia ora. My name's Waiārani and I'm from Ruatoria. I've been team teaching Years 2-5 in an ILE over the past five years. It's come with a lot of challenges but I've learned a lot from it. I'm looking forward to meeting everyone. Ngā mihi.

Raewyn Himona

 

Kaiako

Andrea Te Ohaere-Fox

 

Kia ora. Ko Andrea tòku ingoa. I started my teaching career at Wainoni Primary School and enjoyed a wonderful 11 years there. After some time travelling the world and living overseas I spent 3 years as a Resource Teacher of Learning and Behaviour and am now excited to be back as part of the community of Aranui, in my new role at Haeata. I love sports and music and now spend most of my time hanging out with my baby boy!

Katrina Bunn

Ko Katrina Bunn tōku ingoa.

Nō Otautahi ahau.

My passion is success for all learners.  I believe in connecting ākonga on a level that matters to them through authentic learning contexts.

 

In my spare time I love gardening, researching my whakapapa and spending time with my whanau and friends.

 

Mish Lasseter

Ko Ruapehu te maungaKo Whangaehu te awa Ko Ngāti Apa te iwiKo Ngā Wairiki te hapūKo au te awa, ko te awa ko auTēnā tātou, ko Mish tōku ingoa. He mihi mahana, he mihi maioha ki a koutou katoa. I am a mother of four school aged tamariki, have been teaching for five years, and I have just completed my Masters in bilingual education. Te reo Māori and education are my passions, and I am incredibly excited and humbled to be part of the Haeata whānau. 

 

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Ko Te Whanau a Ruataupare the hapu

Kia Ora, Ko Arihia toku ingoa.

I have a passion for my culture and language. I love kapahaka and playing sports and absolutely love being apart of the Haeata family.

Robert Goldsbury
Whaea Sally

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