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Teacher of Theory of Knowledge
Bachelor of Design Massey, Dip Tchg (Sec) BTI
Phone: 04 388 0850 ext 619
As part of the Chaplaincy Team David works to support holistic pastoral care for all at the College. This is most overtly expressed through Chapel Services but includes all aspects of College life. David is also responsible for our Religious Education programmes for Years 1 to 13, having taught at all year levels, he now leads the department. 2016 is also David’s second year teaching Theory of Knowledge in the IB Diploma.
After growing up in Nelson and Winton, this true southern man moved to Wellington for university in 2001. After which he worked as the Youth Worker for the Boys’ and Girls’ Institute (BGI). It was through BGI the David first became associated with Scots. As a youth worker David focused on the holistic support of young people, so the opportunity to work developing the All Round Man was a natural progression. David joined the College full time in 2012.
David is a tutor in Glasgow House, is involved with the Pipe Band and loves to engage with those curly questions RE teachers always get.
David is a member of the Jackson 5, the remaining members being his wife and three children. In his spare time he enjoys dabbling on several interments, imagining the fourth dimension and amateur vexillology.
HoD Religious Education, Teacher of Religious Education and Humanties
Phone: 04 388 0850
Eloise joined Scots College in 2019 in her first teaching role. Prior to Scots she worked in the outdoor industry teaching and facilitating outdoor education programmes for young people and as a personal trainer.
As a teacher Eloise enjoys helping students achieve the best of their potential. Having a department such as the RE department at Scots College is something Eloise feels is very special, with its focus on allowing students to engage with their spiritual wellbeing. Hauora as a model for wellbeing is something that Eloise believes in and enjoys looking at the big questions that comes with this.
Outside of school and teaching Eloise spends her time kayaking, tramping, reading, watching sport; and socialising with friends.