From God, For God. Atua Hoki Atua.

Jireh christian School

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Sandra Bosman

Principal

Sandra has been in education for 28 years. After completing her teaching degree, she studied part time to complete a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English and History. Sandra has worked in state and private schools of varying sizes, the largest being over 1200 students where she was Head of Department of Middle Primary. She has taught in Christian, church and state schools with a wide range of students from many different backgrounds and ethnicities; those from privileged high income homogeneous families where English was the first language to those from poor economic areas where English was a second or third language. Sandra has worked with street children, been on numerous missions involving outreach to children and teenagers. She has written and produced a number of plays and musicals and been the editor of the school year book. Sandra has been involved in adult education up-skilling teachers from disadvantaged backgrounds. She became an employee of KingsWay School in 2003 as Head of the Senor Primary Department. In 2006 Sandra moved to Jireh School as Head Teacher and was appointed foundation Principal of the stand alone Jireh Christian School in 2017. She continues to follow the call in her life to teach so that they may know Him.


 
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From the Principal’s Desk

Jireh Christian School opened its doors for business as a new state integrated, full primary on February 7, 2018 with 206 enthusiastic and excited students.

This momentous occasion has been the culmination of much prayer and diligent preparation by the people of two Christian communities of learning who have come together as one for the purpose of nurturing young people to know, serve and Glorify God.

We look forward to building a Christ-centred community where students are equipped to think critically and be innovative change-agents for the Kingdom of God. All students are confident in their cultural and spiritual identity. Parent partnership and building high levels of professional trust will be intentionally cultivated as integral to who we are as an honouring community.

 
 

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