E rapu ana mātou i tētahi kaiako mō te tau 2020 e ngākau tūwhera ana ki te kaupapa o te matauranga māori, e matatau hoki ana ki te reo Māori. He kura whakaako mā te reo me ōnā tikanga ki te rohe o Kaikoura, ki te ākau o Hapuku. Me mōhio te kaitono ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa engari me tūwhera hoki te hinengaro ki ngā akoranga Māori whānui. He kaha tō te kaitono ki te mahi ngātahi, he manawanui tōna, kia ū ki te reo Māori i ngā wā katoa, kia kounga te reo, he ngākau mahaki, he pakari hoki. Ka kaha tautoko mai te hapori whanui, ka mahi tahi mātou katoa.
Would you love to teach in a bilingual, bicultural special character school? Do you love the mountains and the sea? Are you independent and self-motivated? Are you experienced in multilevel teaching with a strongly collaborative mind frame? If your answer is yes, then our position may be ideal for you.
We are an amazing small Y1–8 bilingual, bicultural school just north of Kaikoura.
As the successful applicant you will be a reflective classroom practitioner who consistently provides well-crafted differentiated learning programmes. You can nurture cultural identities and are confident in implementing a Te Marautanga o Aotearoa-based curriculum.
You are adaptable and flexible and will be able to share your wide teaching and learning knowledge to enrich our school. You are able to communicate effectively and strengthen the home/school partnership.
We are looking for just the right person to join our small team. If you value a collaborative, professional workplace and you’re looking for a school that is future-focused and embracing change we would love to hear from you.
How to apply
Please email your CV and completed application form, and direct enquiries to: