Tēna koutou whānau
I'm Purdey Redfearn, the very proud manager of Flanshaw Centres. I am a born and raised west Aucklander who is married with two children of my own.
I have been a member of the Flanshaw whānau since 2008 in which I started out as the centre suspervisor of the Infant and Toddler centre to my current position of Centre Manger for both centres.
I look forward to welcoming you and your tamiriki to our centre
I'm Aimee, one of the infant kaiako here at Flanshaw. I am passionate about providing a loving, nurturing environment where our littlest tamariki are able to flourish and grow to their greatest potential. Sustainability is something I am deeply interested in and is something our centres weave into our every day practice to ensure that Papatūānuku is cared for and preserved for future generations
Kia ora, my names Jennifer I have been at Flanshaw since 2018. I am a provisional registered teacher. I was born in New Zealand and raised in West Auckland. I am passionate about children as I believe that every child is unique and should be treasured, loved and valued. For me what draws me to a career in educating children, is instilling in them the value of their mana (power), so they can go forth with confidence knowing that they have a place in the world.
Kia Orana my name is Jasmine and I have been at Flanshaw since 2017 where I started out as a practicum student from the university of Auckland. I loved it so much that I never left!
I am half Indian and half Cook island but I was born and raised in west Auckland. Growing up with a big family meant spending lots of time with little ones which is where my passion for ECE began.
I love being an early childhood teacher with no two days ever being the same. I look forward to welcoming and getting to know you and your whanau more!
Teacher in Training