New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

How I live... FIRST CLASS! I’m mum to 200 girls

“Working in boarding is a hugely rewarding job but it can be tough and that’s largely around student wellbeing.

The girls are coping with not just boarding and being a teenager, but with devices and social media and all that brings with it. It’s a minefield but it is these girls’ life – they have never known anything different.

We’re constantly trying to stay on top of these really

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