Senior Leadership Team

Nigel Davis

School Principal

A warm welcome to Wesley Intermediate School. It is a privilege to serve our students, whanau and community in my role as Principal. Our Mission Statement states that we will provide "quality education for lifelong learning". We do this by employing fantastic teachers, encouraging students to have the right attitude, and catering to the full range of the NZ Curriculum. High expectations is a natural part of school life and we aim to have students achieving accelerated progress. Respect for self, others and the environment are the three values for our school, and the students do actually model these. I am thrilled when I hear visitors to the school comment on the 'friendly family feel' that they experience when they come through our front do.


Simon Tafea

Deputy Principal

Fakalofa Lahi Atu and welcome to Wesley Intermediate school. I have been here for just over 4 years now and I have really enjoyed working with the students and staff here at Wesley.

Learning is important to me so it is very important for our students. One of my key roles is to make sure that all students get the best learning opportunities that can be offered, because that is important for them to be successful as learners.

We are a PB4L school. We pride ourselves in teaching our student how to behave. I believe that is important for our students to respect self, respect others and to respect the environment.

A lot of students here at Wesley are successful in playing sports, I have coached a few sports team and really enjoy teaching our students how to improve their skills.


Arona Sa

Assistant Principal/SENCO

Talofa lava

Just a little bit about me: Samoan Kiwi

Born and raised in Auckland with proud connections to Samoa and American Samoa. My parents are from Lufilufi, Lepea- Samoa. I'm married to Larissa who has Samoan and Tuvalu connections and we have two beautiful kids - Mose and Psalms.

Responsibility: SENCO/Student Support

I enjoy bringing together whanau and community agencies to maximise the potential of our students. I love being part of a school who believes in 'student-whanau voice'. Building strong home-school partnerships and teacher-student relationships is important for our learners because they are at the heart of everything we do at WIS.

My door is always open for visits and to have a conversation about helping to our whanau/aiga.

Fa'afetai.

Michelle Siaoloa

Assistant Principal/Class teacher/Curriculum