Exceptional teachers

For over a century St Cuthbert’s has led the way in education and now we are prepared to share our secret recipe with you – it’s our talented teachers who truly make the difference!

“It’s such a privilege as Principal to work alongside teachers who are leaders in their fields, love inspiring students, and go the extra mile to ensure every student achieves her personal best. Our teachers are at the heart of St Cuthbert’s and understand how best to teach girls to find their unique strengths and passions, and how to ignite a love of learning.”

Suzanne Winthrop, Acting Principal St Cuthbert’s

St Cuthbert’s is proud to be a ‘Knowledge Rich School’ and we are fortunate to have some of New Zealand’s most highly regarded, brilliant and creative teachers. They not only have deep and thorough subject knowledge themselves but also teach with innovation and imagination. They notice and nurture every girl, and will persevere until every student feels confident in their learning.

Get to know some of our exceptional teachers:

Rosie Remmerswaal

St Cuthbert’s Te Reo Māori teacher, Rosie Remmerswaal, was recently featured in UK media, The Guardian, on the subject of revitalising New Zealand’s indigenous language. Read the full article in The Guardian here.

Ros Ali

We caught up with Head of St Cuthbert’s Writing Programme and Director of Library Services, Ros Ali, to find out how she helps our students find their voice through creative and media writing.