Paul Konia -Kaiārahi Sports

Ko Kahuranaki taku maunga,

Ko Ngaruroro taku awa,

Ko Waipatu taku marae,

Ko Takitimu taku waka,

Ko Ngati Kahungunu taku iwi,

I te taha i ōku matua, no Ngati Porou.

I look forward to offering what I can to add to the 'kete' of knowledge for our students across Teina and Tuakana hapori. I'm a 'movie-freak' and love riding my electric skateboard! Spending quality time with family and friends at the beach, around a good BBQ on summer days and watching the Hurricanes, Warriors and All Blacks either live or on the big screen (winning of course!) is a must.

Michael Fox Makerspace Technician

Kia ora, my name is Michael Fox. I am a designer with a passion for the environment. I grew up in Ōtautahi and first came to Haeata in mid 2018 after being invited to have a look around. I loved the place and ended up coming in whenever I could to work in the space. I was lucky enough to be offered a position as the makerspace technician and am privileged to spend every day in the makerspace helping students with their various projects.  

Michelle Mahuika
Career Pathways Coordinator 

Kia ora, Ko Michelle Mahuika taku ingoa. 

I am lucky enough to work at Haeata Community Campus. Originally In the Teina Hapori and now in the Career Pathways role. I have two children who both attend Haeata and absolutely love being here. My background is Early Childhood Education and I am enjoying applying that knowledge to our Kura. For fun, I enjoy being with my family and friends, travelling, reading and being amongst our community.

Michelle McEwan - ORS Teacher

Carly Werahiko-Attendance

Ko Carly Werahiko toku ingoa.

I attended Aranui High school as a student from 2004 - 2007 and then returned in 2012 as the sports coordinator where I worked up until coming to Haeata. I have a 7 year old son Jahziah and my partner and I purchased our first house just over two years ago in Aranui. I have a huge passion in sport and I am really excited about the opportunities and successes Haeata will offer to our tamariki.

 

 

 

Kaelyn Brown Hepi-Sports Coordinator

Naia te mihi Kia koutou Katoa. He uri ahau no ngā Iwi o Kai Tahu, Tainui He kāiawhina ahau ki te taha teina. Ko Kaelyn Brown-Hepi tōku ingoa. Kia ora. I love my culture and My tikanga māori , also enjoy working with the Tamariki and being apart of The Whanau o Haeata. 

Mauri ora.

Areposeta (Seta) Timo-Music/Performing Arts Co-ordinator

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