Staff

St Albans School is governed by the community elected Board of Trustees. The management of St Albans School is carried out by the Principal in conjunction with the staff.

2022 Staff

Leadership Team
Principal : Andrea Harnett
First Deputy Principal : Glen McKenzie
Second Deputy Principal : Jo Lidstone
SENCO : Loriann Wakefield
Executive Management: Diane Mawhinney
Pīwakawaka : June Thompson
Pūkeko : Marisa Spear
Kererū North : Nicky Simmons
Kererū South : Jane Allen
Kāhu : Glen McKenzie
Te Tikanga Rua Reo : Desray Lithgow

Administration Team
Executive Officer/BOT Secretary (Finance) : Diane Mawhinney
Office Administrator (Enrolments) : Keri Hughes
Part-time Admin Support : Lauren Bartram

Library and Resource Management : Rachel Smith

Directors of Learning

Digital Technology : Sam Pelham
ESOL Co-ordinator : June Thompson
Literacy : Nicky Simmons
Numeracy : Louise Schollum

Learning Hubs
Pīwakawaka – Junior School – Year 1
Pīwakawaka 22 : Catriona Collett
Pīwakawaka 23 : Cara Wallace
Pīwakawaka 24 : Liz Kay
Pīwakawaka 25:  Angela Johns and Krysta Taylor
Pīwakawaka 26:  Julie Baker

Pīwakawaka 27 : June Thompson

Pūkeko – Junior School – Year 2
Pūkeko 1 : Fiona Campbell
Pūkeko 2 : Lucy Whyte
Pūkeko 5 : Marisa Spear

Pūkeko 6 :  Tina Norton and Kirsty Ford

Kererū South – Middle School – Year 3 and Year 4
Kererū 7 : Jane Allen
Kererū 8 : Sam Hill
Kererū 9 :  Josie Simpson and Vicky Atkinson

Kererū 10 : Nikki de Vries

Kererū North – Middle School – Year 3 and Year 4
Kererū 11 : Nicky Simmons (on sabbatical in term 4 2022). Lauren Keir for Term 4 2022
Kererū 12 : Louise Schollum

Kererū 13 : Kim Scadden and Olivia Hanson

Kāhu – Senior School – Year 5 and Year 6
Kāhu 15 : Julie Worthington and Adela Brown
Kāhu 16 : Wayne Matthews
Kāhu 17 : Sam Pelham and Kate Stokes
Kāhu 18 : Jodi Archbold and Kate Stokes
Kahu 19 : Paul Page and Rosina Tippen

Kāhu 21 : Tammy Dickson

Te Tikanga Rua Reo
Kaiako: Desray LithgowSurin Dobbie and Daniel Richards
Resource Teacher of Māori : Stephanie Richardson

Kaiako i te reo : Mike Davey

Korowai Manaaki
Korowai is used to wrap around to keep us warm, to protect or adorn.
Manaaki – caring for others.
This team of teaching assistants and our SENCO provide important support and guidance for our young learners.
Additional Programmes
Gifted & Talented Programmes : Jo Lidstone
Reading Recovery : Suzie Pomeroy
Orchestra/Choir : Olivia Hanson & Adela Brown
Sport and PE : Suzie Pomeroy

 

Grounds Staff
Caretakers : Heather Fogden and Bill Page (part-time)

Traffic Wardens
Lee Jewel
Tracey Hayes

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