Anchorage Park School Auckland

Y3–4 teacher

Primary and intermediate (Years 1–8) / kura tuatahi, Certificated teacher

English, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology, Te reo Māori, The arts

  Suitable for beginning teachers
Listed 10:56 AM 09 November 2018
Closes 5pm 15 November 2018
Vacancy reference #: 1H9ny0

Our school has just 200 Y1–6 students and is located in a quiet area in East Auckland. We are known as a ‘country school in the city’. With a team of dedicated staff and a close-knit community, the school offers excellent opportunities to work in your areas of passion in a supportive and welcoming learning environment. 

We are seeking a Y3–4 teacher with a commitment to providing a caring environment in which all learners can grow. The ability to build sincere and positive relationships with staff, students, their whānau, and members of the wider community is an essential component of this role.

Teachers with strong pedagogical knowledge will join a school that celebrates learning success for all students. Provisionally registered teachers are also welcome to apply and will be supported and inducted through our mentorship programme.

How to apply

Direct enquiries and school visits are welcome - please contact the school office. To apply for the position please complete the application form below and forward it, along with your CV, to:

Belinda Johnston, Principal
16 Swan Cres, Pakuranga, Auckland 2010
principal@anchoragepark.school.nz
(09) 576 9175

Download our application form
application form pdf editable v2

Vacancy link:

Vacancy reference #:1H9ny0

Listed 10:56 AM 09 November 2018
Closes 5pm 15 November 2018

Anchorage Park School NZ

School details

Anchorage Park School

Type: Contributing
Authority: State
Gender: Co-Ed
Decile: 3
Roll: 138
Website:

School number: 1204
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Physical address:
Swan Crescent, Pakuranga, Auckland

Postal Address:
16 Swan Crescent, Pakuranga, Manukau, 2010