Margot Bowes – President
Margot is currently a Lecturer in Physical Education in the School of Critical Studies in Education at the University of Auckland. Margot has taught Physical Education in schools for 15 years and has been lecturing at
Sue is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Education, Health and Human Development at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. She has worked in secondary physical education teacher education at the University of Canterbury for 20 years and previous to
Natasha is the acting Head of Learning Area; Health and Physical Education at Linwood College in Christchurch. Prior to
Kane comes from the east coast of Whangarei, a small village called Ngunguru. Kane’s
Ko Atuanui te maunga, ko Hoteo te awa, ko Kaipara te moana, ko Mahuhu-ki-te-rangi te waka, ko Ngati Whatua te iwi, ko Ngati Rongo te hapu, ko Puatahi te marae, ko Nichola McCall toku ignoa.
Nichola McCall of Ngati Whatua
Celia is the PE Curriculum Facilitator for Play.sport, based in Wellington. Play.Sport is a project supporting teachers, schools,
Prior to this
Katie Spraggon is currently Deputy Principal at Manurewa High School. She has been at Manurewa High School for 12 years and Head of Health and Physical Education for 3 years before taking on a Deputy Principal role this year. She is currently studying towards her Masters in Educational Leadership through AUT where she is researching curriculum development, design and change leadership. She is also a member of the Auckland PENZ branch where she has been involved
Katie believes in integrative thinking and leadership which challenges and re-imagines what is possible for learners both in the classroom and beyond. She is excited about the opportunities that exist through PENZ and looks forward to the opportunity to drive further developments and initiatives that nurture and grow communities now and into the future.