20 November 2017

Interested in teaching in a Māori Medium environment?

Full time Fixed term teaching position; 2018

Due to promotion , Nelson Central School's Maori medium setting - Te Pouahi -are looking for a teacher who has a passion for bilingual education, teaching and learning using Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga, has a strong curriculum knowledge and high expectations of student achievement. Applicants must have excellent communication and relationship skills and be able to work collaboratively within our team and school-wide.

Applications close 12 noon Wednesday 6 December

Application pack and details are available on our website www.nelsoncentral.school.nz

Please email completed application form, CV and covering letter to office@nelsoncentral.school.nz

Thank you for your interest in this teaching position at our school.

If you have passion for bi-lingual education, have a commitment to raising achievement and ongoing learning, and are a team player, this may suit you.

We are looking for a teacher who has a passion for bilingual education, teaching and learning using Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga, has a strong curriculum knowledge and high expectations of student achievement. Applicants must have excellent communication and relationship skills and be able to work collaboratively within our team and school-wide.

The successful applicant will be teaching Year 3-6 students in Te Pouahi.

Please find attached information to assist you with your application.

Job description

Application Form Click here for the forms

Our school website also has a wealth of information along with a link to our most recent ERO report (December 2015 – 4 to 5 year review).

Should you require any further information regarding the application pack, please do not hesitate to contact me on (03) 5484972.

Proposed Timeframe

Advertised Wednesday 22 November NZ Educational Gazette online

Nelson Central School website

Applications close Wednesday 6 December 12 noon

Shortlist established Friday 8 December

Interviews To be advised

Successful applicants notified on or before 20 December 2017.

Please send your CV, covering letter and completed application(marked confidential)

By noon Wednesday 6 December

via email to office@nelsoncentral.school.nz

Yours faithfully,

Pip Wells

Principal

Nelson Central School

We seek enthusiastic, effective teachers with ability to provide a positive, dynamic classroom environment that supports student-led learning, to join our team. Reflective and collaborative practice, a sound knowledge of the NZ Curriculum/ Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and a passion for ongoing personal learning required. Strengths in Te Reo me ona Tikanga an advantage.

Up to five positions: to start in term 1 2018, level negotiable.

Please find attached information to assist you with your application.

Our school website also has a wealth of information along with a link to our most recent ERO report (December 2015 – 4 to 5 year review).

Should you require any further information regarding the application pack, please do not hesitate to contact me on (03) 5484972.

Proposed Timeframe

Advertised Friday 29 September NZ Educational Gazette online

Nelson Central School website

Applications close Tuesday 24 October 12 midday

Shortlist established Monday 30 October

Interviews Beginning Friday 3 November

Successful applicants will be notified on or before Monday 13 November 2017.

Please send your CV, covering letter and completed application (marked confidential)

by midday Tuesday 24 October via email to tumuaki@nelsoncentral.school.nz .

Yours faithfully,

Pip Wells

Principal

Nelson Central School

Professional responsibilities

Participates and is proactive in engaging in ongoing personal learning and reflection on practice.

Is open to new learning and has a mindset of continuous improvement.

Engages systematically and critically with evidence and professional literature

Actively contributes to the learning of others.

Models effective self review and inquiry

Is proactive in creating and supporting ongoing school improvement in areas of strength.

Recognises, celebrates and enriches the NZ culture and environment.

Maintains personal balance

Adds to the well-being of all.

Teaching & Learning practice

Promotes a collaborative, inclusive, flexible and challenging learning environment that motivates and empowers students to drive their own learning, and succeed as learners.

Demonstrates high level of knowledge and understanding in learning areas in the New Zealand Curriculum / Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

Creates and implements effective learning programmes for all learners

Understands, utilises and builds capacity to assess and use data to inform practice

Partnerships

Is committed to the bi-cultural partnership in our school and in Aotearoa, New Zealand

  • Builds effective relationships with students and their families and makes connections with the wider Nelson Central School community members to further enhance and motivate student learning and achievement

Openly values diversity and inclusiveness and responds effectively to diverse cultural experiences and varied strengths, interests and needs of individual learners

Engages in open, transparent, proactive and respectful communication with akonga, colleagues whanau and others, to build engagement and achievement.

Actively builds collaboration around learning and wellbeing.