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Staff

Bruce Tong

(M.Ed.Admin, B.Ed., Dip.Tchg)
Executive Principal – Wentworth Schools

Bruce trained as a Primary Teacher at Palmerston North Teacher’s College. He completed his B.Ed. and his M.Ed. Admin at Massey University. His teaching service has included positions in Te Kuiti, Whakatane and Otara. Bruce then taught for 16 years at Westlake Boys High School, holding positions of Dean and Deputy Principal. Bruce was appointed as the Founding Principal at Wentworth College. He has lead and grown the school and established Wentworth Primary School with both schools now having a combined roll of over 360 students. Bruce’s business acumen was also fully utilised in the formation, establishment and Directorship of Sunderland Primary School and College. In recent years he has been involved in the formation and development of numerous education businesses.

As well as a passion for education, Bruce has a strong interest in hockey and rowing. In 2018 he was appointed as chair of the New Zealand Secondary School’s Rowing committee as well as being a member of the New Zealand Rowing Board. Bruce’s passion for education and enthusiasm for preparing students for the world they will enter as adults has led him to understanding the importance of Digital Technologies for students. This has, in turn, led to the opening of the Wentworth College Computer Science Campus.

Charles Wilkinson

(MEd Prac, PG Dip Tchg (Sec), BSc (Physics and Mathematics))

Deputy Principal, Teacher in Charge of Science, Teacher of Science and Physics

  • M.Edu.Prac (Distinction) – University of Auckland
  • PG Dip Tchg (Secondary)- University of Auckland
  • BSc (Physics and Mathematics) – University of Auckland

Charles Wilkinson joins Wentworth Computer Science College in Term 4 2021.  Charles is a very experienced teacher having taught at St Kentigern College, Long Bay College and, most recently, at ACG Parnell where he was lead Physics teacher as well as being the Cambridge examination coordinator. Charles has also taught in Sydney, Australia at a top academic school called Moriah College. He has coached many students to scholarship examination success in Physics as well as students who’ve achieved Top in New Zealand awards.

At his last school he was also involved in the Young Physicists Tournament, Robotics club and Duke of Edinburgh programme.

Charles enjoys using a combination of technology and traditional teaching practices to make Science and Physics come alive for his students.

Daniela Gadiuta

(M.A. (Hons), Adv. Cert Tchg, Dip. Tchg)
Director of Studies and Teacher of English, Languages, ESOL, Social Science 

  • Dip Tchg – Auckland College of Education
  • MA Hons – Languages, English and French (Language and Literature) – University of Bucharest
  • Adv Cert Tchg – (University of Bucharest)

Daniela is a highly qualified, successful and experienced teacher, with long experience as an examiner for both International Baccalaureate (IB) and Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).  Daniela has taught a variety of curriculums from IB to CIE and NCEA.  She has experience as a freelance developer of English resources and has also worked as an interpreter.

Her teaching experience has included, teacher of ESOL and French at Avondale College, lecturer at MIT Auckland (ESOL and French), teacher of IB English Literature, Head of Department Theory of Knowledge and Teacher in Charge of SAT at Auckland International College, and Deputy Principal, Romania High School 19.  Daniela has also led a school debating team to excellent success over several years.

Kathryn Broughton

(Adv Com T Dip, Dip Tchg, Cert in Digital Design and Media )
Teacher of Information and Communication Technology, Digital Media and Design and Computer Science

  • Adv Com T Dip – Advanced Commercial Teachers Diploma
  • Dip Tchg – Auckland School of Education
  • Cert in Digital Design ad Media – Yoobee College, Auckland
  • Cambridge Certificate in Teaching AS/A Level Digital Media and Design syllabus
  • Cambridge Certificate in Marking IGCSE Information and Communication Technology syllabus

Kathryn is an experienced Digital Technology teacher with a demonstrated successful history of working in the education industry.  She has previously taught in secondary schools and the tertiary education sector within New Zealand.  She has held roles of Teacher in Charge  of Digital Technology in schools as well as leadership roles in teaching National Certificates in Computing and Business Administration in the New Zealand tertiary sector.  Kathryn has taught at Westlake Girls’ High School, Orewa College, Tauranga Girls’ College, McAuley High School and Northern Business College. She is skilled in Coding, Programming, Adobe, Microsoft, Teaching, Tutoring, Mentoring and People Management.

Kathryn has a desire to work with students, get them excited about new technologies, help develop their creativity and problem solving skills and see them become successful lifelong learners.

 

Andrew Kwan

(M.M.S., B.M.S., Grad. Dip Mkt., Grad. Dip Tchg., Certified Public Accountant )
Teacher of Mathematics, Economics, Business Studies, Accounting

  • M.M.S. – University of Waikato
  • B.M.S (Hons) – University of Waikato
  • Grad. Dip Mkt – University of Waikato
  • Grad. Dip Tchg – University of Waikato

Andrew is a highly qualified teacher with significant business and accounting experience in both New Zealand and Hong Kong.  He has excellent experience of commercial software and IT skills competencies.  Andrew has also gained his Duke of Edinburgh (Silver) and has an interest in leading this programme for students.  He has also coached secondary school soccer.

 

What is Wentworth Computer Science Campus?

A new, innovative, co-educational, private secondary campus specialising in Computer Sciences, ICT, Sciences and Mathematics.

Curriculum

Teaching the internationally recognised Cambridge Assessment International Education curriculum.

How to enrol

Contact us today to find out more about enrolling your child at our school.