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Principal

Julie Thelwall

Teacher in Ruma Toru on Thursdays and Fridays

 

 

 

 

Teachers

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Rose Hay

Ruma Toru

Miss Hay teaches Ruma Toru, who are Year 3 and 4 students. She has frizzy, blonde, short hair. She wears glasses so that she doesn't miss a single thing we do. Miss Hay has blue eyes like the ocean waves. Her smile is sweet like popping candy. She was born in England quite a while ago. Miss Hay told us she is as tall as a fridge. Miss Hay loves the outdoors. She is a passionate gardener and tramper. A lot of the outdoor areas at school have been planned and looked after by Miss Hay and the students of Argyll East School. Miss Hay knows a huge amount of Maori words. She goes to special classes so that she can share her new learning with us. Miss Hay always shows respect towards us and she is super kind and helpful. We adore Miss Hay.

By Ruma Toru

 

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 Lara Smith

 Ruma Wha

 

 

 

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 Sarah McGrail

 Ruma Rua

 

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Vicki Owen

Ruma Tahi

Miss Owen has long, curly, beautiful hair. Sometimes she wears it in a bun. She has a tummy and a body. She often wears very cool earrings. She has lovely white skin and hazel eyes. Miss Owen is from England. She knows lots of computer tricks and she can type really fast. She teaches us lots of new stuff. Miss Owen is a really lovely teacher. Sometimes she helps us do our work, especially writing because we are new to school. She helps us with our colouring. Miss Owen teaches Ruma Tahi who are 5 and 6 years old. We love Miss Owen.

 By Ruma Tahi

 

 

 

Support Staff

Mrs Reynolds - school administrator

Mrs. Reynolds is our school administrator. She will always be there at the front desk doing paper work and taking phone calls. She is from England and lately became a New Zealand citizen. If you do decide to arrive at our lovely school the first person you'll meet will be her. She's kind,caring  and comes with a great sense of humour.  If you hurt yourself she'll have you fixed  right away! If you start feeling queasy or unwell you can go to the sick bay right behind her office where she keeps all her inhalers and medicine. She has been through lots of first aid training just like all the other teachers.

By Beau

 

Mrs Sarcich - Teacher Aide

 

Wade Robinson - School Caretaker

Wade is an important staff member in our school, because he is the schools care taker. The staff and students appreciate everything he does to make this little place look clean and fancy.

By Kyro

 

Chris Little - School cleaner