We are looking for a positive, culturally responsive, open-minded person with a growth mindset and a passion for education. The ability to liaise successfully with children, staff, community members and outside agencies is a key component of this position.
You will have had success as a proactive leader with outstanding people skills and will be passionate about our young people realising their potential
You will be a reflective practitioner, who displays a growth mindset and the skills to support our committed staff to reflect and deliver quality, student-focused teaching and learning programmes
You will have the confidence and ability to build and maintain positive, respectful relationships with students, staff, whānau and the community
You will have the commitment to engage with, to implement, and to further develop your and our educational philosophy within the primary years and our kura as a whole.
Leadership roles and responsibilities will be negotiated with the principal and deputy principal, but will likely include:
Teacher professional learning and appraisal
Managing and leading beginning teacher programmes
Curriculum and assessment leadership
Modelling quality classroom pedagogy and practice
Coordinating staff relief and release
Reporting to parents and students and for BOT/MOE
Supporting the day-to-day running of the school.
The successful applicant will work closely with the deputy principal (primary) and principal.