Delene JamiesonDeputy Principal Learning Support Coordinator
Delene is the Deputy Principal and also the Learning Support Coordinator across the school.
About Mrs Jamieson
I have been part of Te Hihi School history for a very long time. In 1987 I started here as a third year teacher. Since then I have left and returned several times to the best little school in the country.
I grew up in Auckland and attended Penrose High School. In 1982 I attended the Auckland College of Education and graduated with a Diploma of Teaching. Since then I have continued as a life long learner. I have an Advanced Diploma of Education (equivalent to a degree) and also graduated from the Christchurch College of Education with a Bachelor of Teaching and Learning.
One of my greatest passions is teaching visual art to inspire students to learn outside the square.
My mantra is "Explore, Discover, Inspire".
Alongside being the Deputy Principal, one of my other roles this year is the Learning Support Co-Ordinator (LSC) for our students, which means that this year I am not teaching a specific class. In my current role I work alongside students, teachers, family/whānau to access a range of services to support our learners/ ākonga. I have the opportunity to work alongside our amazing staff and students in all classes from years 1-8.
Learning As the LSC I work alongside teachers and whānau where there may be concerns around a student’s:
Learning and Behaviour
If you feel that you need assistance or have questions around your child’s learning, behaviour or wellbeing/hauora please feel free to contact me via email@example.com.
Other roles I have school wide are:
Member of the Pedagogical Leadership Team at Te Hihi
Leader of the Piwakawaka team (years 1-4)
Teacher Aides Co-ordinator