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Staff – Social Sciences

Staff – Social Sciences

Specialist Subject - Social Sciences

Kevin Harvey

Specialist Subject Leader Geography, Social Sciences & Travel & Tourism

About Me

Having grown up in rural Africa I enjoy the outdoors. Geography is a passion as I believe that we all have a responsibility to promote geo-literacy (interactions, interconnections & implications). Ultra-distance trail running is another passion. I have been fortunate to complete the Kepler Challenge mountain run over a number of consecutive years. A happy place is any trail in any weather conditions.

Katherine Mathis

Classical Studies/Social Anthropology/Psychology (Maternity Leave)

About Me

Coming Soon

Lisa Nelson

Assistant Specialist Subject Leader Social Sciences, Psychology/Social Anthropolgy

About Me

I joined the wonderful Social Sciences department at ASHS in 2019, teaching Psychology, Travel and Tourism and a little bit of Business Studies, and now I am happy to be taking on a management role within the department in 2020. I am a History teacher by trade and am passionate about global issues, and I always have time for a good debate!

Siobhan Freeland

History/Art History

About Me

I have taught at ASHS since 2016, and I am currently lucky enough to be teaching history and art history to our wonderful students. I am also currently completing my Masters in history, to deepen my understanding and broaden my students’ experience. Make sure you sign up for history next year!

Soteria Mulipola-Samu

Travel and Tourism/Psychology

About Me

This is my second year teaching at ASHS. I am currently teaching Tourism & Psychology and have the privilege of connecting students with my passion of travel, culture and people.

Tracey Abbott

Community Leader, Classical Studies/Social Anthropology 

About Me

One of the core things I value is thinking, both in learning and in life. In learning, I teach Classics, History and Psychology (amongst other things) and lead the Rewarewa/Karaka community. In life, I still study, I play cricket (badly) and enjoy running and mountain-biking, I read a lot, and like to spend time with my family.

Wendy McDonald

History

About Me

My favourite subject at school and university was history and I spent 10 years living in London and travelling and exploring the world. I believe history matters and it is even more relevant today when we see the Black Lives Matter protests around the world. Through studying history we can begin to comprehend the factors that cause change. Make sure you sign up for history next year!
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