Improving Wellbeing, Mental Health & Resilience in Education

Embedding student health at the core of education

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Rosina Wikaira


Homai School

Rosina has worked in education for over 20 years, with vast knowledge and experience in educational leadership and management. Her career spans across Primary and Secondary teaching and is currently serving as the Principal at Homai Primary School Manurewa. Her strengths are growing and investing in leaders transforming their pedagogical leadership and growth mindset. Rosina has just completed her Masters of Contemporary Education on the latest research and action, “A Learning Culture that COUNTS” which has proven to significantly transform schools for Māori learners. Rosina has represented New Zealand in Waka Ama (Outrigging) winning gold at International and National levels and is currently preparing to qualify for 2020 Waka Ama Worlds in Hilo Hawaii.

Deane McEntee

Sergeant- School Community Services

Auckland City Police District

Sergeant Deane McEntee is the officer in charge of School Community Services in the Auckland City Police District, where he supervises a team of eight School Community Officers who serve approximately 145 schools in the Auckland City Police District. Deane graduated from the Royal New Zealand Police College in 1995, and has worked in a variety of roles in the New Zealand Police before joining School Community Services (formerly known as the Youth Education Service) in 2004, where he has worked ever since. Prior to being in this role, he took leave for two years, where he worked as a high school teacher, teaching science and biology at St Peter’s College in Epsom (he completed his Graduate Diploma in Secondary School Teaching whilst serving as a Police officer). In 2007, Deane qualified as a Sergeant, and has been in the supervisory role in his chosen field of policing ever since. Deane has overseen immense changes in School Community Services in the Auckland City Police District, and is proud to acknowledge that his team is recognised as a significant link in building a partnership with schools, as they combine their policing experience with their ability to communicate with children and young people (as well as school staff) to address issues of concern to schools, their students and the wider school community.
  • 27 - 28 Jul 2020
  • Online
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