Lead Principal - Jacqualene Maindonald
Kia ora koutou.
I have been principal of Māngere Central School since 2017 and am the proud new leader of our Māngere Kahui Ako.
I have enjoyed building better relationships with our local schools and working with them to raise the achievement of our students. Our schools are very diverse but we have a common goal of working collaboratively for the benefit of our students.
Kia ora, my name is Ben Euden and I am Head of Performing Arts at Māngere College. I am delighted to be working as an across-school leader in such a dynamic and enthusiastic team for our Māngere Kahui Ako. I moved to New Zealand in 2016 and haven't looked back since! Working with our young people and whanau has been so rewarding as well as bringing its own interesting challenges that just keeps you coming back into work more inspired than ever.
Kia ora, I am Rebecca. This is my ninth year working at Māngere Central School. During my time teaching I have enjoyed working with students from New Entrants to Year 6.
I am passionate about creating the best learning experiences for our students. Over the past four years I have enjoyed meeting other with other kaiako in our Kāhui Ako and am excited to continue this on for the next two years as an Across School Leader.
Ko Te Whanau a Apanui rāua ko Tainui ahau. Ko Asariah Potini tōku ingoa. I am a Health and Physical Education Teacher at Māngere College, I have taught there for 6 years and absolutely love it.
I am passionate about seeing our Māori students thrive and making sure they have the skills to do well in their futures. This is my first year working as an Across Schools Leader and I am excited to learn and collaborate with all of my new colleagues.
Kia Ora and Assalam wa alaikum (May Peace be upon you)
This is my first year as an ASL. I am currently teaching at Al-Madinah school.
I am passionate about leading professional learning after doing my papers at the University of Auckland - Masters in Educational Leadership (2 papers away!). I have always had an interest in improving networks across schools so we develop better and more trusting relationships, which would eventually improve student outcomes in our Kāhui Ako.
Kia Ora, I am Rhonda and I am a teacher at Mangere Central School. This is my first year working as an across school leader. I am looking forward to learning and collaborating with all our members in our Kāhui Ako.