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Skilled English & Maths Tutors on the North Shore

Each member of our team brings a unique set of skills and experience to Extraordinary Kids, and we work together to ensure that our students receive personalised and individualised programmes.

Chelsea Parker

Manager & Teacher

Chelsea has a Master's in Educational and Developmental Psychology (Massey University), NZ Teacher registration, and 10 years of teaching/tutoring experience.

Chelsea has always been working with students with a variety of learning needs, first as a tutor, then as an assessment reader/scribe/prompter, and then as a teacher. 

Dalton Silbiger


Dalton is a recent graduate and top student at Westlake Boys. Dalton is currently studying at The University of Auckland.

He has exceptional Maths abilities and has quickly proven himself to be a patient tutor who excels at teaching even the most complicated Maths concepts.

Dalton works at Extraordinary Kids on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Trista Ma


Trista is a qualified engineer, with a passion for Maths and Physics.

Trista studied at the University of Auckland and is now embarking on her PhD in the field of Aerospace Engineering.

Trista has 3 years experience tutoring and will be working at Extraordinary Kids on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Yvette (Eve) Walton

Director & Former Teacher

Yvette Walton has a Master's in Education, NZ Teacher registration, and 25 years of teaching experience.

Yvette has a great passion for teaching, especially helping students who are struggling to succeed.

Her own first-hand experience as a parent with a Dyslexic child helped her have a greater understanding of learning issues and how they can be overcome.

Yvette started this business in 2009 and since then hundreds of students have been helped.

The environment at Extraordinary Kids is a quiet one. It has been compared to Montessori because students are highly engaged in their learning and use materials that are hands-on and can help them to understand concepts better. Our aim is to take the frustration out of learning and show all students that through their commitment and hard work, they will be able to reach their goals.