Leader of Learning (2MU)

We are looking for an amazing leader of learning to join our progressive kura in 2022. You will understand what it means to be culturally responsive and relational. You will have expertise in leading targeted programmes for accelerated outcomes for learners, while supporting your team in doing the same. You will use a range of assessment data, quality information with evidence based research, and robust teacher inquiry to inform leadership decisions and teaching practices to impact positive, enhanced outcomes for learners.

You are the right person for the job if you: 

  • Want to be a part of an extended whānau environment
  • Love working collaboratively with your colleagues 
  • Are professional at all times
  • Are visible and have positive learning-focused relationships with colleagues, whānau, tamariki and community
  • Actively support and promote the school kaupapa and strategic plan
  • Lead professional learning and school-wide inquiry
  • Lead data inquiry and assessment to measure what actions make the biggest difference possible for our tamariki
  • Are an active staff member who enjoys working in a supportive and innovative environment. 
  • Can lead extra-curricular activities.

For more information or to visit the school, please email:

 Caroline Chawke : slt@papatoetoe-south.school.nz

 Applications close November 2nd, 2021. 3pm.

Position commences January 2022

Scale A Teachers (2 positions)

Full time, Permanent

Primary and intermediate (Years 1–8) / kura tuatahi, Certificated teacher

English, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology, Te reo Māori, The arts

 

We are looking for amazing Scale A teachers to join our progressive kura in 2022. As members of our teaching staff, you will understand what it means to be culturally responsive and relational. You will have experience with targeted programmes for accelerated outcomes for learners, and can use a range of assessment data, and quality information to impact positive, enhanced outcomes for learners. 

We are flexible with the area of the school that these positions are in. 

You are the right people for the job if you: 

  • Are culturally responsive and relational
  • Want to be a part of an extended whānau environment
  • Love working collaboratively with your colleagues 
  • Are professional at all times
  • Have positive learning-focused relationships with colleagues, whānau, tamariki and community
  • Support and promote the school kaupapa and strategic plan
  • Engage in on-going professional learning and school-wide inquiry
  • Have experience with data inquiry to measure what actions make the biggest difference possible for our tamariki
  • Are an active staff member who enjoys working in a supportive and innovative environment 
  • Are willing to lead extra-curricular activities.

For more information or to visit the school, please email.

Caroline Chawke : slt@papatoetoe-south.school.nz

Applications close November 2, 2021 3pm

Position commences January 2022.

Scale A Teachers- Maternity Leave (2 positions)

Primary and intermediate (Years 1–8) / kura tuatahi, Certificated teacher

English, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology, Te reo Māori, The arts

 Suitable for beginning teachers
  

We are looking for amazing Scale A teachers to join our progressive kura in 2022. As members of our teaching staff, you will understand what it means to be culturally responsive and relational. You will have experience with targeted programmes for accelerated outcomes for learners, and can use a range of assessment data, and  quality information to impact positive, enhanced outcomes for learners.

One of our maternity leave positions is for Le Va, our special needs inclusive centre. Our school is a strong advocate for inclusive practice and skills in this area are an advantage.

We are flexible with the area of the school that these positions are in.

You are the right people for the job if you:

  • Are culturally responsive and relational
  • Want to be a part of an extended whānau environment
  • Love working collaboratively with your colleagues
  • Are professional at all times
  • Have positive learning-focused relationships with colleagues, whānau, tamariki and community
  • Support and promote the school kaupapa and strategic plan
  • Engage in on-going professional learning and school-wide inquiry
  • Have experience with data inquiry to measure what actions make the biggest difference possible for our tamariki
  • Are an active staff member who enjoys working in a supportive and innovative environment.
  • Are willing to lead extra-curricular activities.

For more information or to visit the school, please email.

Caroline Chawke : slt@papatoetoe-south.school.nz

Applications close November 2, 2021 3pm

Position commences January 2022