We are a fast growing Y1–8 full primary school with a current role of 370-420 students. The student community is approximately 54% NZ European, 40% Māori, and 6% other ethnicities. 54% are boys, 46% girls.
Our awesome Te Ao Māori leader is leaving us to become a principal, which means we are looking for another leader of high calibre to join us in term 2, 2021. This is a teaching role with leadership responsibilities. Apart from the usual teaching responsibilities, the key leadership roles are… Leading Culturally Capable Practice across the school, building relationships with whanau, promoting Te Ao Māori, and supporting our Kapahaka roopu.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is looking to take the next step in their career.
We are looking for a teacher and leader who:
Thrives on child-centred learning and wants the best for all learners
Lives an inclusive education philosophy
Has the ability to motivate, encourage, support, and mentor teachers, students and their families
Is an expert in inquiry learning, student-led curriculum and student agency
Has a growth mind-set and will inject innovation, passion and creativity into our school
Is well organised and collaborative
Wants to be the best leader they can be and will be developed through PLD opportunities
Enjoys to be challenged and has a great sense of humour and fun
Has PB4L experience
Has sound pedagogical knowledge and is culturally capable
Works with whānau to establish shared expectations for students.
Please note: Rental accommodation is available by negotiation.