“I would just like to say the biggest thank you for seeing me on Saturday! All the information clarified everything and I've stopped freaking out about university and courses etc. but am getting more excited about what is to come! I will probably pay you another visit closer to the time when I have to make the big decisions!

Thank you again”

Kandace Black

“I just wanted to say thank you so much for taking the time to meet with Kandace and me. We both got a huge amount out of our meeting and Kandace is feeling very positive and working hard towards her goals.

I'm sure she will want to meet with you again some time in the future.

With kind regards”


“I wanted to thank you again for seeing Sarah earlier in the year and for the later assistance with her CV. Thank you for your assistance – it certainly opened up a door she was not really aware of.

She has followed up on the Food Technology and has enrolled and been accepted at Massey University at the Palmerston North campus. She has also been awarded a Massey High Achievers – Academic scholarship of $3000 which will certainly be helpful for her.

Kind regards”

Lynley Lewington

“At the end of last year you worked with my son. We really appreciated your consultation and advice. He is now enjoying his first semester studying Engineering so thank you again.

Several friends have been interested in your service so I hope you are happy for me to pass on your details.



"I worked closely with Margaret in my role as Head of Senior School at Diocesan School for Girls from 1999-2005. Margaret’s approach with young people is professional, supportive and empowering. Her ability to facilitate student awareness of their individual aims and aspirations and then to give them confidence in their decision-making process is invaluable. Margaret’s expertise, warmth and rigour make her an outstanding practitioner."

Lorraine Pound, Manager
Student Recruitment and Course Advice, The Schools Partnership Office
The University of Auckland (2007)

"Ms Hadfield considered my strengths and interests in guiding me towards a BA/LLB at the University of Auckland. I am now on the path to a successful future career, all the while complementing my law degree with my continuing passion for European languages and history. For her expertise and knowledge of the vast opportunities out there I am very grateful, because I could not have chosen to do a better degree."

Jessica Wilsher
(Class of 2003, Diocesan School for Girls)

"Margaret is very personable. She was amazingly helpful to me as I worked through the wide range of tertiary and potential career opportunities. She has broad knowledge and understanding of, and contacts in, both local and international universities. I would unhesitatingly recommend her to any person seeking guidance and assistance."

Felicity Mayne
(Class of 2006, Diocesan School for Girls