E rapa ana mātou i tētahi kaiako e kōingo ana ki te ao Māori hei whakaako i te reo Māori ki ngā paearu katoa atu ki te taumata 3 NCEA, ka mutu hei kawe i ngā kaupapa e toro whānui ana hei awhina, hei taunaki i tā te rangatahi ao. He painga kē atu mehemea he pūkenga tō te Kaiako hei whāngai i ngā mahi ā Rēhia ki ngā kōhine kei ngā tau 11, 12 me te tau 13 hoki.
Mātua nei tā mātou wawata kia tipu, kia rea tēnei kaupapa o te kura nā reira me pakari te tangata ki te whakahaere, ki te whakakipakipa i ngā ākonga kia eke panuku, ā, hei whakaū i te wairua Māori ki roto i te oranga o te ākonga Māori.
We seek a passionate kaiako able to teach te reo Māori up to NCEA Level 3 and deliver holistic programmes of learning and support to meet the diverse needs of our rangatahi. The ability to teach and assess Māori performing arts and Tikanga is desirable, as we offer Māori performing arts as a subject across Y11–13.
We are keen to see growth in numbers learning in this area and seek to appoint a kaiako who shares this kaupapa and has the capacity to show leadership in driving the success of our ākonga, including enabling our Māori ākonga to achieve success in a culturally sustaining manner.
The successful applicant will be familiar with NZC, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, NCEA and will be a competent user of ICT to support student learning.
We are a decile 6 girls’ secondary school, co-located with our brother school with whom we share key facilities.
How to apply
Please send your CV, application form and cover letter to: