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    • Tessa Gray

      Dunedin 2017 programme

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      • Shelley Hersey

        Shelley Hersey

        I am a field trip teacher for CORE Education's LEARNZ programme. I organise and complete virtual field trips to a variety of locations throughout New Zealand enabling students to experience, virtually, places they would otherwise not be able to access. I have ten years of teaching experience ...

        Location: Dunedin

        • Claire McDonald

          Claire McDonald

          I am a teacher at Andersons Bay Community Kindergarten and have been involved in early childhood education for almost 20 years.  I began my journey at Alicetown Playcentre in Lower Hutt alongside my son and after moving to Dunedin at Opoho Playcentre.  I have just finished working in the Curricul...

          Location: Dunedin

          • Jane Nicholls

            Jane Nicholls

            I was born in England, grew up in Australia and now enjoy living in Dunedin, NZ. My favourite things to do when not working are to run long distances, engage in Bikram yoga, indulge my photography habit and listen to Koizilla. I have a wide and varied range of experiences and skills. I have be...

            Location: Dunedin

            • Erin Ayoub

              Erin Ayoub

              Location: Dunedin

              • Wendy

                Wendy

                Location: Dunedin

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