This is a permanent, full-time role to begin in term 1, 2021.
Our school is seeking a trained and qualified teacher of te reo Māori, Tikanga Māori and Toi Whakaari (Māori performing arts).
We are seeking a teacher with sound experience in at least two (2) of the above subjects so that they become an integral member of a small team delivering interesting curriculum initiatives at both junior and senior year levels.
Consideration will be given to someone who has just completed a training programme and is looking to start in the profession and who possesses the necessary skills to meet the school’s requirements.
We would welcome your application if you have:
A commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, culturally responsive practice and te reo Māori
An ability to build teacher leadership through coaching and mentoring
A willingness to be reflective, to receive feedback, and to be open to learning
Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills that foster positive relationships within the school and wider school community
A dedication to continuous improvement
A passion for education that is inspiring, collaborative and forward-thinking
Experience with restorative practice and a commitment to build relationships in a way that enhances the mana of others.
Our school is an exciting stage in its 100 year journey as we embrace pedagogical change and significant roll growth and new resourcing. Pukekohe is only 50km from Auckland City Centre and has a wealth of places to explore on its doorstep.