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At Flanshaw Road School we wish to work in partnership with our community in nurturing and developing the children in our care. Our school’s mission is to provide students with the opportunity to achieve their potential by encouraging them to develop socially, academically, physically and culturally, the skills and attributes to be successful, life-long learners.
As the seventh principal of Flanshaw Road School, it is my privilege to be the ‘lead learner’ of this vibrant, diverse, innovative learning community. Having lived in West Auckland all my life, I am committed to supporting teachers and staff to provide the best learning opportunities for students, in a school that aspires to “educational excellence”.
My vision for students at Flanshaw Road School is that every child leaving our school will be well-rounded, skilled, confident and resilient, equipped to cope with the challenges they will face in the future. 21st Century learning is different from the education we experienced as children. 21st Century learning is about schools putting students at the heart of all we do. It is about teachers and students learning with and from each other. It is about respectful relationships, about recognizing talents and needs and having high aspirations for all students. It is about developing students’ knowledge of themselves as learners. It is also about creating opportunities for parents to have an authentic, meaningful role as ‘first teachers’ in the school years. As a teacher, a parent, a student and a leader I am committed to working in an inclusive learning community.
At every level, I believe students, staff, parents and the Board of Trustees should aim high, work hard and aspire to be all they can be. Our students are the ‘Leaders of Tomorrow’. It is a pleasure to be part of their learning journey in these, the foundation years.
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