Marian Catholic School

(07) 856 7515 30 Beale Street, Hamilton East

Support Team

Stuart Johnson
Role

Caretaker

Bailey
Role

Therapy dog

General Information

Reading buddy, good listener, cheerer upper, wellbeing support, a furry, cuddly friend to all!

Michelle Vevers
Role

International Student Co-ordinator & Learning Assistant

Email

mvevers@marian.school.nz

General Information

This is my sixth year at Marian school and I really enjoy working alongside students and teachers. Over the last term I have moved into a new role as Pastoral care assistant, which involves working with our international students. This is a role I love. Interacting with children and learning all about their cultures, while at the same time teaching them about ours is a wonderful experience. Most importantly, I enjoy making all of our families feel welcome.

Tricia Robinson
Role

Pastoral Care

Email

trobinson@marian.school.nz

General Information

Tricia started as a teacher and then served on a Mission Station in Vanuatu for three Years. After that, she returned to her hometown of Invercargill and spent nine years working as a Chaplain at the Invercargill Prison. From there, she moved to Geraldton, Western Australia and worked as the Support Officer to Victim’s of Crime for sixteen years, as well as working on a Programme for those people who had multiple barriers to employment. She was then asked to move into management for the agency she was employed by, as the Programmes Manager, where she was responsible for working with the Counselling Team, the Volunteer Service, and the smaller offices in more remote areas of the outback.

Maree Coman
Role

Learning Assistant & Before School Care Manager

Sharron Rose
Role

Learning Assistant & Library Manager

Nicky Koretz
Role

Learning Assistant

Maria Farrell
Role

Learning Assistant

Louann McGregor
Role

Learning Assistant

Louise Goodall
Role

Learning Assistant

Adriana Cubillos
Role

Learning Assistant

Rose Brycki
Role

Library Manager

Email

library@marian.school.nz

Ian Maxwell
Stephen Marks