Carolyn is a full time teacher, working at Arohanui and Harinui.
“I believe that relationships are at the heart of children’s learning. I love developing relationships with children and their families and becoming a part of a child’s learning community. I always do my very best to support children to be curious and explore possibilities as they progress along their learning journey. I enjoy supporting the extra-ordinary pathways children take to their achievements; I am still amazed often, by young children, how they think and just what they are capable of. I love working at Arohanui.”
Carolyn has gained her Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood Education and is a fully registered teacher.
Rose works as a part time teacher in the Arohanui team.
“I have always loved working with children and young adults and realised pretty early on in my degree that I wanted to teach. I am passionate about the environment and conservation; I believe it is super important, especially within our current climate, for everyone to develop an awareness and understanding of sustainability, environmental issues and how to take responsibility and action. I hope to share my knowledge with the children here at Arohanui.
I am also a passionate artist and love incorporating the arts in most activities, whether that is through the form of music, singing, literature, gardening and expanding the imagination!”
Rose has a first class bachelor’s degree with honors in Marine Biology.