Presbyterian Church Schools' Resource Office Newsletter
Kia ora tatou
Warm greetings to you all at the beginning of the school year.
A particular welcome to those who are new to the Presbyterian schools' network: Juliet Small, Principal at Saint Kentigern Girls' School; Rev Roxy Gahegan, Chaplain at St Cuthbert's College; Hugh Kemp, Christian Education teacher at Saint Kentigern College and Kate Jones, Religious Education teacher at Scots College.
Rev Dr Steve Taylor began in the role of Principal at the Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership in Dunedin at the end of last year. KCML has oversight of the Resource Office and Steve is my Manager. It's great to have him on board and I'm sure he is looking forward to meeting many of you over the next year.
Congratulations to those who have moved to new roles within the network: Dr Sandra Hastie, previously Principal at Saint Kentigern Girls' School, is now Principal at Rangi Ruru Girls' School and Ashleigh Milmine-Twist, previously Religious Education teacher at Scots College, is now Christian Education teacher at St Oran's College.
Scots and Solway Colleges are both celebrating their centenaries this year. I'm looking forward to joining in celebrations for the two colleges over the next couple of weeks.
A reminder that the Presbyterian Church Schools' conference will be held in Hawkes Bay on Thursday August 4 finishing at lunchtime on Friday August 5.
All the best for the beginning of what I'm sure will be a busy but, I hope, an enriching term.
Ka kite ano
Sharon Ross Ensor