Pat – Teacher

Posted on: May 13th, 2021 by Jojo's Childcare


Hello everyone, my name is Pat.  In my spare time I enjoy riding my mountain bike, being outdoors and sleeping!  In 2020 I did a course in conservation operations down in Toi Ohomai.  I look forward to getting to know you and your child.

Pam – Teacher

Posted on: February 12th, 2020 by Jojo's Childcare


Kia ora Kotou!

Ko Pamela taku ingoa, nau mai haere mai ki taku ruma.

I am currently on my journey as an unqualified teacher here at Jojo’s after recently graduating with a Bachelor in Performing Arts. majoring in Contemporary dance.  In my spare time, I love being around my family and exploring the outdoors of our beautiful country, Aotearoa.

Another of my big passions is playing rugby league or union.

Feel free to come and say hello anytime, I look forward to meeting you and getting to know your whānau!

Asu – Teacher

Posted on: February 27th, 2019 by Two Sparrows


Kia Ora and Talofa lava!

My name is Fa’asu, better known around the center as Asu and I have been lucky enough to be a reliever at Jojo’s since 2016! (Sometimes in the kitchen too!).

I am also a dance/performance artist, recently graduating from Unitec with a Bachelors of performing and screen arts, majoring in contemporary dance. I love integrating my art forms with my teaching and doing movement with all the tamariki

If you see me around feel free to come say hey! I’m usually dancing around somewhere 🙂

Michelle – Qualified Teacher

Posted on: January 10th, 2018 by Two Sparrows

Bachelor of Education ECE

Hi, I’m Michelle.

I am a qualified teacher with my full teacher registration.

I started working in childcare in 2001 and have been here at Jojo’s Childcare since October 2015. My partner and I have two children who attend Huapai School. In my spare time, I love to spend time with my family swimming and exploring at the beach. I’m a keen baker and love to go out for dinner or just stay home to watch a movie. I am passionate about books/literacy, photography, art and teaching children self help skills.

I look forward to working alongside you and your whānau.