Kaimahi / Staff
The Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is the governing body of the school. They are elected every 3 years by a postal ballot, as representatives of parents who, in consultation with the community and within the guidelines` set by the government, draw up the School Charter. This determines the School's aims, policies, programmes and budgeting. The present Board of Trustees are as follows:
Anne-Marie Wilson - Chairperson of the Board
John Channer - School Principal
Benzi Rodrigues - Staff Representative
Lorna Cowell - Community Representative
Mark Wylie - Parent Representative
Kathie McMahon - Secretary
The Home and School Association
The role of the Fraser Crescent Home and School Association is to raise funds to support the activities of the school and additional activities that are not funded by the Ministry of Education. This may be to subsidise school trips, fund the purchase of new resources and equipment, entertainers and any additional items that may arise throughout the year. The Home and School also organise fun activities for the children such as Children's Day events and school discos. This additional funding ensures ALL children the equal opportunity to participate and benefit.
The Home and School association consists of parents, just like you. We are passionate about supporting our school and our children's education. We meet the 1st Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm in the staffroom, and we always welcome new committee members on board.
All parents and caregivers of children attending Fraser Crescent School are automatically members of the Home and School Association. If you don't have the time to join the committee or come along to meetings but would still like to be involved in fundraising activities, you are more than welcome to contact any of the committee members above and offer your help.
Learning Support Coordinator
Learning Support Coordinators (L.S.Cs) are in every primary, intermediate and secondary school in Upper Hutt. They are a part of the Upper Hutt & Stokes Valley community.
Their job is to work with whānau, teachers, and available services, to help support students with their learning and behavioural needs.
They can help your whānau and your child, and can guide you as you work your way through any available support.
If you have any concerns or questions about your child’s learning or behaviour, please get in touch with Fraser Crescent School's Learning Support Coordinator: The lovely Linda Ristau! email@example.com