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ANDREW COWIE
Deputy Principal,Board Member Staff Rep
ANDREW COWIE
Deputy Principal,Board Member Staff Rep

acowie@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi everyone, my name is Andrew Cowie and I am one of UHPS’s Deputy Principals.

I have fifteen years of teaching experience in primary, middle, secondary, and adult education. I’ve also worked in a variety of learning environments including, CORE Education, the National Library of New Zealand - Services to Schools, the New Zealand Peace Foundation and currently as board member for Netsafe.

In a variety of leadership roles, I have collaborated with school leaders to develop programmes around e-Learning, modern learning practice, restorative justice, digital literacy and digital citizenship. I also regularly work with parents and members of the broader community on managing behaviour and technology in the home.

I am also a parent to two teenage sons.

SUE SMITH
Principal
SUE SMITH
Principal

ssmith@upperharbour.school.nz

Kia ora koutou katoa, hello everyone.

As principal of Upper Harbour Primary, it is my privilege to work alongside all the other staff featured on these pages. It is also my pleasure to partner with families, whanau and the wider community as we strive to provide the very best that a New Zealand education has to offer.

I’m married to a lovely guy named Roy, who is an excellent scone maker, and for the last 27 years we have lived up on the Hibiscus Coast. We recently celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary and the arrival of a wee grandson, Winston James. Being a nana is a new and totally wonderful adventure and the staff are being very patient about the number of photos I keep showing them!

Other than family, my spare time passion is photography. I belong to a couple of photography clubs and enjoy the challenge of learning new skills and presenting images for critique. Roy and I also do some woodturning - my main products are writing pens.

I’m always keen to get to know new people so, if we haven’t already met, please feel free to pop in and say hello.

JULIA MAY
Deputy Principal
JULIA MAY
Deputy Principal

jmay@upperharbour.school.nz Hi Everyone, my name is Julia May and I am the newest of the two Deputy Principals at Upper Harbour Primary School. After spending 9 years at my previous school, I’m looking forward to getting to know and working with all the children and their families at Upper Harbour.  My previous roles have included team leader, English curriculum leader, Staff trustee on the BOT and a term as Acting Deputy Principal. I was also involved in the community with the many varied events and sports teams. Prior to teaching, I worked in the corporate world and also spent several years volunteering with Plunket and kindergarten. When I’m not at work I enjoy spending time with family and friends, all forms of the performing arts, travelling, reading and exercising.  I also have two teenage children, Josh and Gemma who keep me very busy.  

SANDRA WAGG
PA,Board Notetaker
SANDRA WAGG
PA,Board Notetaker

office@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi

What an exciting journey I have been on for the last 10 years being part of a great UHPS team and community of friends and families. I have loved being part of this extended family of students and parents that have come through the office over the years and have loved watching the students grow up and take on new challenges as they move on.

My interests outside of my working week are enjoying time playing hockey in the winter (social), spending time at our bach on Waiheke (when I can get there) and spending fun time with my family and friends and our german shepherd dog who is a great mate to have around.

I have lived in Greenhithe for 19 years with my husband and two children who are now 23 and 21 and am not ready to move on yet!

MARK BENBOW
Property Manager
MARK BENBOW
Property Manager

mbenbow@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi

I have been working at Upper Harbour primary for the past eight years and I must say it's been one of the best jobs I've had, the staff are a great bunch of people to work with.

Originally from the UK, Greenhithe has been my home for the last thirteen years, with my wife Sarah and my two sons. My hobbies include gardening, movies, and travel.

PAULA WEBSTER
Librarian
PAULA WEBSTER
Librarian

office@upperharbour.school.nz
I have been working part time at UHPS for approximately 7 years with my first 6 years working as the sports coordinator assistant and school librarian. This position changed this year allowing me to concentrate solely on the school library and teacher resources which I thoroughly enjoy. I was born and raised in Christchurch where I met my scottish husband Andrew and we moved to Auckland 9 years ago. We have two children, Emma (16) and Adam (13) and our white fluffy cat Rocky! Both of my children were pupils at UHPS with my eldest now at ASHS and the youngest at AJHS. Outside of work I enjoy going to the gym, keeping fit and travelling overseas on family holidays. As the school librarian I like to create a warm colourful inviting space which provides a range of learning opportunities for our UHPS Students with over 8,000 amazing titles and resources to choose from. Please feel free to come and visit our wonderful library.

VICKY GLEDHILL-HARRIS
Office Administrator
VICKY GLEDHILL-HARRIS
Office Administrator

office@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi my name is Vicky and I work as an administrator in our school office. I have been working here for the last 9 years, initially just a few hours a week, my roll has grown with the school and you will now find me in the office all week.

Last year I became a proud New Zealander, I was born and grew up in England where I met and married a kiwi. We settled in NZ after travelling the world. Sean and I have two children Adam and Leah who are both at college, they attended Upper Harbour and both have very fond memories of the school.

I enjoy travelling, time with my family and being creative in arts and crafts. I really like bringing my creativity to work and using it to improve our website, newsletters and posters.

Working here is a real pleasure and seeing the children learning and growing is a lovely bonus to my job.

NATASHA PETERSON
Teacher Room 1
NATASHA PETERSON
Teacher Room 1

npeterson@upperharbour.school.nz
My name is Mrs Peterson (Mrs P for short).  I have just started at Upper Harbour Primary School and am excited to be working here alongside amazing staff and students.  I enjoy the beach, paddle boarding, bellydancing and going for bush/beach walks.  My 4 year daughter keeps me busy and entertained and is my little treasure.  I have a dog and two cats and my husband is also a teacher at Kings School.

MICHAEL BARRY
Teacher Room 2
MICHAEL BARRY
Teacher Room 2

mbarry@upperharbour.school.nz
Kia Ora friends and families. My name is Mr Barry and I am very excited to be back in room 2 for another year. I am now in my third year of teaching and look forward to working alongside a new group of year 5 and 6 students. I am a born and bred Aucklander who previously studied architecture in Wellington before starting my teaching degree in 2013. I have recently moved to Hobsonville Point with my partner Miranda.  My interests include both watching and playing sport, mountain biking and reading. I look forward to working alongside Emma Thompson in room 3 as part of our shared learning space and getting to know more about your child. Please feel free to come and say hello and check out room 2 and 3.
 

EMMA THOMPSON
Teacher Room 3, Team Leader Rooms 1-4
EMMA THOMPSON
Teacher Room 3, Team Leader Rooms 1-4

ethompson@upperharbour.school.nz
My name is Mrs Thompson (Mrs T for short) and I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you a little bit about myself. I live in Stanmore Bay with my husband Dave and our 5 year old son Calin who is a student at UHPS. I am an experienced teacher who loves teaching in the senior area of the school previously having taught Year 5 - 8 students at Gulf Harbour School before joining the staff here at UHPS in 2015. I love teaching at this level as I am constantly surprised and challenged. I enjoy working alongside students to explore, discover and learn. I am passionate about teaching, as I believe that it is important to help each child realise their potential. I'm so excited to be working in Room 1 again, with the whole Wild Minds team and of course with my wonderful class of year 5/6 students. I look forward to working in partnership with you throughout the coming year and I am confident that together we can provide the support and encouragement needed to help your child excel.

KIRI PURDIE
Teacher Room 4
KIRI PURDIE
Teacher Room 4

kpurdie@upperharbour.school.nz
Kia Ora, Bonjour! My name is Kiri Purdie. I am pleased to be the teacher of Room 4 at UHPS. I am a creative, experienced teacher that has been teaching for over 20 years. I have particular strengths in Performing Arts and I am a qualified dance teacher. I enjoy all aspects of the curriculum, but I especially enjoy creative writing, reading and social science. I sing in a band, play piano and enjoy kayaking with my family. I am a Jump Jam Aerobics coach and Dance Team Trainer. On quiet evenings I enjoy reading a good novel or listening to jazz music. I am looking forward to working with an exciting, sporty team the “Wild Minds”!

LEE-ANNE WHITE
Teacher Room 5, Team Leader Rooms 5-8
LEE-ANNE WHITE
Teacher Room 5, Team Leader Rooms 5-8

lwhite@upperharbour.school.nz
 

DIANE MCLAY
Teacher Room 6
DIANE MCLAY
Teacher Room 6

dmclay@upperharbour.school.nz
Originally from Southland, I have always loved children and I'm passionate about teaching and learning. I've taught for many years and during one part of my career I trained and specialised in teaching hearing impaired children of all ages. I love reading, movies, outings with family and friends and being involved in my church.  I enjoy walking, kayaking and recently I have returned to cycling and snow skiing.

ALANNAH JURY
Teacher Room 7
ALANNAH JURY
Teacher Room 7

ajury@upperharbour.school.nz
Kia Ora. My name is Miss Jury and I am excited to be starting my second year at Upper Harbour Primary. I am in my second year of teaching and look forward to working with a group of year 2 students. Before completing my teaching degree I studied Sport and Recreation and Business at AUT. My interests include swimming, hockey and the outdoors.

EMMA VAN HOFFEN
Teacher Room 9
EMMA VAN HOFFEN
Teacher Room 9

evanhoffen@upperharbour.school.nz
My name is Emma van Hoffen. This is my second year at UHPS, having graduated from The University of Auckland. I believe wholeheartedly that the best learning occurs through positive relationships and a happy classroom environment. I envision school as a place where students can come to feel safe and accepted, as well as a place where they can achieve highly. I value empathy and kindness and try to model this behaviour to my class. I love seeing my students grow in knowledge and in character. Pop into Room 9 sometime and have a look at our awesome learning!

LAURIE CADAG
Teacher Room 10
LAURIE CADAG
Teacher Room 10

lcadag@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi everyone, I joined Upper Harbour Primary School as a 5th year teacher ​in 2009. It has been the most amazing journey and I feel blessed to be surrounded by the most positive and supportive community.

My husband Tom and I have two beautiful girls, Alicia in Year 2 at UHPS and Alaina who is 15 months old. We live locally in the Bays and have always enjoyed spending time down at the park.

Originally from Taiwan, North Shore has been my home for the last 25 years and I love the shore!

I look forward to an exciting year of learning in Room 10, working closely with Room 11 as The Learning Hub!

CASEY HEYNS
Teacher Room 11, Team Leader Rooms 9-12
CASEY HEYNS
Teacher Room 11, Team Leader Rooms 9-12

cheyns@upperharbour.school.nz
Hi, my name is Casey Heyns and I feel very privileged to be part of the Upper Harbour family. I have 20 years experience in teaching. I enjoy all areas of the curriculum, but have a passion for mathematics, visual arts and the ‘Habits of Mind’. We plan to have lots of fun in Room 11 as we engage our minds, take risks, develop our growth mindset, make mistakes, think, learn and explore together… it’s going to be a busy year! Originally from South Africa, I moved to New Zealand in 2002. I live in Torbay with my husband, Shane and our two girls, Charlotte and Elizabeth,  In my spare time I enjoy reading, going to the beach and socialising with friends and extended family. I encourage an open door policy - we love people visiting our class to see what we’ve been up to - and I look forward to regular contact with all families of the school.

JANE WALLWORK
Teacher Room 12
JANE WALLWORK
Teacher Room 12

jwallwork@upperharbour.school.nz
Originally from the UK, I moved to Auckland in 2007 with my husband and two children. In 2008, I began working at Upper Harbour Primary as a teacher aide. Inspired by the teaching and learning I saw every day, I enrolled at university and studied for my degree part-time then left Upper Harbour to complete a Graduate Diploma of Teaching. Since then I have taught at Westmere School and Albany Primary and now I am really happy to be 'home' again at Upper Harbour. In 2018 I will be in Room 12, teaching and learning with a wonderful group of junior students as part of the Learning Lions Team. Room 12's motto is "I have a go!"

RUTH MILLETT
Teacher Room 14, Team Leader Rooms 13-16
RUTH MILLETT
Teacher Room 14, Team Leader Rooms 13-16

rmillett@upperharbour.school.nz
Nihao, Upper Harbour community. My name is Ruth Millett and I'm really excited to be working with another fabulous group of Year 5 and 6 learners in Room 14 this year. I have been teaching for 22 years and have loved seeing learners develop and grow over that time. My particular passions are for Reading, Thinking, Art and Music and I enjoy sharing my expertise with the learners at Upper Harbour. At home I love reading, playing the piano and spending time with my family. I live with my husband Peter who is a children’s book writer who writes really funny stories, and my two teenage children, Geoffrey (17) and Georgia (13). Please feel free to visit Room 13 and check out our learning space!

JANE SUNG
Teacher Room 15
JANE SUNG
Teacher Room 15

jsung@upperharbour.school.nz
Kia Ora and an-nyeong-ha-say-yo. My name is Miss Sung and I feel blessed to be in Room 15 this year with a lovely bunch of Year 4/5 students. I am in my second year of teaching and I am excited to have begun my teaching journey at Upper Harbour Primary School. I was born in Korea but raised in Auckland, and studied medicine in Melbourne for 4 years before starting my teaching degree. I am able to speak Korean fluently and some basic Chinese and Japanese. I am currently living in Albany with my family and a black toy-poodle called Coco. I love to read, draw, and write in my spare time and I also enjoy playing tennis regularly. I look forward to spending the rest of the year with the Dynamic Dragons community and making a great progress with your children. Please feel free to come in and say hello - I would love to get to know you.

SALLY BAIK
Teacher Room 16
SALLY BAIK
Teacher Room 16

sbaik@upperharbour.school.nz
Hi, there! My name is Miss Baik and I am thrilled to be teaching in Room 16 this year with the most fantastic group of Year 3/4 students. Born in Korea and raised in New Zealand from a young age, I identify myself as a “Kowi” just like many of our Upper Harbour children! After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Teaching, I used to teach overseas before coming back to New Zealand to gain a higher degree in Graduate Diploma. I’m a believer in working hard, teamwork, not giving up, and having a positive mindset! Apart from my great interests in mathematics and technology, I love to travel, shop, eat, and spend time with my friends and family. 2017 has been a great year so far for me with lots of new exploring, learning and filled up with laughter. Feel free to pop into our dynamic learning environment in Room 14. We would love to share our learning with you.

ROB LOPES
Teacher Room 17
ROB LOPES
Teacher Room 17

rlopes@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi my name is Mr Lopes and I have been a teacher for over 20 years. Here in New Zealand, Australia, the UK and in the Middle East. Prior to teaching, I studied Recreation Management at Lincoln College and then worked for Sport Northland. I am very sporty and played senior rugby for Northland and also represented Northland in junior athletics. Other than sport I love to travel and experience new places, meet new people, enjoy life and stay healthy. Teaching has allowed me to share my own experiences and knowledge with others and hopefully inspire them to be motivated, life-long learners. I had a wonderful country upbringing in the Far North, Coopers Beach, so was able to enjoy the outdoors and the freedom it offered.

I am excited to work with Room 17 and find out about their passions, backgrounds and to help them develop in any way I can.

TRACEY BULLEN
Teacher Room 18, Team Leader Rooms 17-20
TRACEY BULLEN
Teacher Room 18, Team Leader Rooms 17-20

tbullen@upperharbour.school.nz
Hi there everyone, Kia ora koutou katoa What is it about me you want to know? Apart from loving my job, which I have been doing for 15 years there is much more to me than teaching! I enjoy singing, dancing and socialising with friends. I like nothing better than to get away from the hustle and bustle and head out of Auckland with a good book and a pair of walking shoes. My passions in the classroom include, performing arts, Inquiry, SOLO thinking, reading and writing.  I am a team leader and love working with not only all your children, but with a committed staff who also enjoy their job. So pop in, say hi and introduce yourself.

JAMES CLARK
Teacher Room 20
JAMES CLARK
Teacher Room 20

jclark@upperharbour.school.nz
Tena Koutou UHPS community. I'm Mr Clark and I am thrilled to have such an amazing group of Year 5 and 6 learners in Room 20 for 2018. This is my sixth year teaching at Upper Harbour Primary School and over that time I have been involved in most aspects of the school including the Board of Trustees, Sports Coaching, Cultural groups and more!Our family lives in our school neighbourhood . I try to cycle or swim every day and have played in a band for over twenty years.   I am really looking forward to helping Room 20 work together to grow and succeed throughout 2018.

RENEE BAYNES
Teacher Room 21
RENEE BAYNES
Teacher Room 21

rbaynes@upperharbour.school.nz Kia ora Koutou

Ko Renee taku ingoa,
My name is Renee Baynes and this year marks my 10th year in the teaching industry. I obtained my full teachers registration back in 2013 and since 2008 have had a range of teaching experiences starting in early childhood and more recently moving to the primary school sector. Later this year I will be new entrant teaching, however I am currently relieving across the School. This is a great way to get to know everyone! My experience has also been in te reo Maori me ona tikanga Maori where I taught in a kaupapa Maori setting; this has lead me to implement Maori practices within the classroom. Earlier this Summer I got married and now live locally to the School. During the weekend I enjoy spending time with family and friends. If you see me around, don't hesitate to say "hi!"
Nga mihi
JAN MCLEAN
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JAN MCLEAN
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JOY BARBARICH
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JOY BARBARICH
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MEENA MILSOM
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MEENA MILSOM
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MICHELLE WARD
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HAYLEY DENNIS
Learning Support Teacher
HAYLEY DENNIS
Learning Support Teacher

hdennis@upperharbour.school.nz

Hello. I joined the Upper Harbour family last year and are thoroughly enjoying supporting students in the ESOL and Fast Track Zone. I have taught in a wide range of schools, public and private,  across a range of levels here in New Zealand and overseas. I am passionate about supporting learners in need of a boost and my approach to teaching is one that is caring, supportive yet motivating. I use a range of teaching activities to hold interest, promote learning, whilst providing a much-needed boost in confidence. I am a mum of two primary aged children, one who has struggled with learning issues. We love living locally in the beautiful community of Greenhithe and I enjoy fitness and being at the beach.

TRACY SMITH
ESOL Coordinator
TRACY SMITH
ESOL Coordinator

tsmith@upperharbour.school.nz
Hi, my name is Tracy Smith, and this is my second year being part of the Fast track/ESOL team at Upper Harbour. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with such amazing students at this school, and we enjoy learning together as part of a team. I am part way through studying a Diploma of TESSOL (Teaching English as a Second Language) and am enjoying learning ways in which we can support the language learning of our students.

LISA LI
ESOL Support
LISA LI
ESOL Support

SELINA CHENG
ESOL Support
SELINA CHENG
ESOL Support

Hi, my name is Selina and I work as a Mandarin language support assistant for ESOL. I started working at UHPS in the beginning of 2017 and I am enjoying every part of it. There is nothing more exciting than seeing children learning English as their second language and improving throughout the terms.

My interests include travelling and experiencing different cultures around the world.

I look forward to continuing working alongside this great team and students.

SUSAN YONG
ESOL Support
SUSAN YONG
ESOL Support

Hi! My name is Susan Yong and I have been part of the Learning Support Team since 2007.

I live locally with my husband Henry and my teenage son and daughter who both attended Upper Harbour Primary.

I love the caring and supportive environment we give to our students at Upper Harbour Primary. My role allows me to work closely with students, whether they have ESOL needs or a boost in other parts of the curriculum.

It’s a great job to work with the kids in our community, help them build confidence and make progress with their learning.

TINA YANG
ESOL Support
TINA YANG
ESOL Support

Hi my name is Tina.

I am from China, I finished my MIB master's degree (Master of International Business) at the University of Auckland in 2001. Then I stayed in Auckland. I am a Kiwi now and enjoy my life here. My daughter Annie has graduated from Upper Harbour and studies in middle school now, my son Leo is still at our school. Both of them like Upper Harbour very much.

I enjoy travelling either alone or with family. Music and art are my favourite things.

I enjoy working with the ESOL team and I have learnt a lot from them. I Hope my bilingual skills give some help for our Chinese speaking students.

VICKY HAM
ESOL Support
VICKY HAM
ESOL Support

ANNE ABBOTT
Teacher Aide
ANNE ABBOTT
Teacher Aide

I have a background in Nursing and health management.  I am passionate about health and education of children.

HANNAH RAVEY
Teacher Aide
HANNAH RAVEY
Teacher Aide

RACHEL LITTLEWOOD
Teacher Aide
RACHEL LITTLEWOOD
Teacher Aide

REBECCA SHRUBSHALL
Teacher Aide
REBECCA SHRUBSHALL
Teacher Aide

ROSA COTTAAR
Teacher Aide
ROSA COTTAAR
Teacher Aide

SOPHIA HAMON-CRADDOCK
Teacher Aide
SOPHIA HAMON-CRADDOCK
Teacher Aide

TEIGUN SCOTT
Teacher Aide
TEIGUN SCOTT
Teacher Aide

JONATHAN CROSS
Board Chairperson
JONATHAN CROSS
Board Chairperson

jcross@upperharbour.school.nz

Hi my name is Jonathan Cross and I am the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees.

Myself and my wife Lisa and I have two children who have attended UHPS, Ella and Oliver.

I am a technical program manager responsible for overseeing and delivering large capital projects and leading team engineers, project managers and support staff.   My understanding of developing strategies, budgets and plans supports the board to govern the school effectively and efficiently.

I feel privileged to be able to put something back into the school and help contribute to the success of all our children.

ANNE MARIE TUPP
Board Member
ANNE MARIE TUPP
Board Member

Myself and my husband Sean, have 3 children.  My two eldest children have graduated from UHPS and my youngest currently attends the school. I am a nurse by profession and currently have 2 part time roles – one is project managing quality initiatives that improve the experience of patients and their families attendance/admission at Starship including reviewing systems and ways of working. My other role is working with a team at a national level developing policy and resources, and supporting DHB’s to implement the Violence Intervention Programme addressing family violence and child abuse. I have always been passionate about the health, welfare and education of children, valuing their abilities and enjoying their potential.  I am keen to contribute to their learning/education and development, both as individuals and within a community.

JEFF ZHANG
Board Member
JEFF ZHANG
Board Member

Myself and my wife Nancy came to NZ from China 13 years ago, and both of our children are students at UHPS.  I work in a local bank as an account manager, and Nancy is a midwife working in the community.

I grew up in a small village in China, and I understand how education can change lives.

I am really keen to help the community to get more involved in the school.

LAURA HUNTER
Board Member
LAURA HUNTER
Board Member

Myself and my husband Rich, have five children. Two of these children, Charlie and Grace, have graduated from UHPS while Jane, Josephine and Adam are currently attending the school. I am a stay-at-home mum with a background in high school Biology and English teaching. I volunteer with the Asylum Seeker Support Trust.

I love being a part of the Board and assisting the UHPS team to make the school a place where each child reaches their potential, finds a love of learning, and feels that school is a fascinating and happy place to be.

LINA KIM
Board Member
LINA KIM
Board Member

I am a proud ex-pupil of Upper Harbour Primary and I am a co-opted member of the Board. My younger brother is a year 6 student at Upper Harbour.

I am currently studying for a Law and Politics degree at the University of Auckland and I have a passion for involvement in the community.

I would like to contribute the voices of different cultural groups at the school to ensure children of all backgrounds feel proud when sharing their culture.

RICHARD ROWLEY
Board Member
RICHARD ROWLEY
Board Member

I am fortunate to work with the best bunch of people in education, all of whom dedicate their days to transforming the system in New Zealand and (one day) the rest of the world. I have been called a dreamer and divergent thinker. My passion for developing inquiring and creative minds is paired with a strong belief that a child’s mental well-being is much more important than their grades.

FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL
FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL

friends@upperharbour.school.nz
Friends of the School is a welcoming collaborative community that pitches in together to support the school in achieving a better future for our students. We feel the words ‘collaborative community’ not only describe the alignment between our Board of Trustees, our Staff, and Friends of the School, but also the connection between the wider community of families within Upper Harbour Primary School. As a group, we work together to achieve fundraising and social goals to enhance our school.
Our goals
To help families feel welcome within our community. To collectively build the resilience of our community, one person at a time. To extend and enhance the learning experiences for the children by creating opportunities linking the wider community (Friends of the School etc) together. To raise required funds to create and maintain a place for community connection. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month in the school staff room and all members of our school community are welcome. Being part of FOS is a great opportunity to meet other parents and to get involved in school activities.

STUDENT LEADERS
STUDENT LEADERS

Upper Harbour Primary Students are engaged in multiple leadership roles in and around the school and new roles are popping up all the time.  Over the next few terms we plan to develop more student leadership opportunities around the school’s vision and values associated with Connect, Climb and Create, so watch this space. A big thank you to all the student leaders involved in the following:

Maori Leadership Group

Peer Mediators

Nature Club

SkateBoard Club

Rainy Day Rangers

Transition Buddies

Rubbish Rangers

Library Leaders

UHPS Times