Student Well-Being (Hauora)

Pastoral Care and Student Well-Being

Pastoral care at Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate endeavours to provide a safe social, emotional, cultural, and physical environment in order to foster the learning, growth and well-being of our students. These principles and values are the cornerstones upon which we build the strong, positive and respectful relationships that typify and are integral to the daily life of our community.

The Pastoral Support Services Team

Guidance Counsellor:  – vacant position

Health Centre: Mrs C. Grbic

Pastoral Care Middle School:

Year 7 & 8 – Mr S. Laban and Mrs E. Tangaere

Whanau Leaders:

Manutaki – Ms M. Freyling

Atawhai – Mrs J. Ivirangi

Pounamu – Mr E. Lusa

Kahurangi – Mrs K. Taranaki

Social Worker in Schools:

Junior & Middle School – Ms L. Mariner

Senior School – Mr T. Leilua

External Support Services

Stand Up!

STRIVE Resilience Programme

SWIS – Social Worker in Schools

   

BoT Declaration of Parent Election Results

SIR EDMUND HILLARY COLLEGIATE

2022 Board of Trustees Election

 Declaration of Parent Election Results

Junior School Parent Representative:

At the close of nominations as the number of valid nominations was equal to the number of vacancies required to be filled.

I hereby declare Henrietta Devoe and Dan Mailata duly elected.

Middle School Parent Representative:

At the close of nominations as the number of valid nominations was equal to the number of vacancies required to be filled.

I hereby declare Tapaita Matekuolava and Dr Va’aiga Autagavaia duly elected.

Senior School Parent Representative:

At the close of nominations as the number of valid nominations was equal to the number of vacancies required to be filled.

I hereby declare Debbie Tepora Kelsall and Tua Amerika duly elected.