Kia Hiwa Ra!

Reading Recovery teacher 0.6,  Fixed-term

Our ākonga deserve the best, does this sound like you?  Would you like to work with a dynamic, diverse team?  If so, we would love to hear from you.

We seek a Reading Recovery teacher that has a passion for the East.

The successful applicant must be committed to working with ākonga and whānau to support learning and success.

The position is for five days a week but we can be flexible with hours of work.

Start date mid May or by negotiation.

Please see our website or contact Rebecca Wilson on 022 6466479 for further information.

Applications should outline your ‘Haeata-fit’ and are due on the 12th May, please email Jenny White on


Kaiako/Teacher - 6 permanent positions.  Start date:  ASAP or no later than 23 January 2017

New Entrant - Yr 1 (2 positions)

Maths - to Yr 13 (2 positions)

English - to Yr 13 

Visual Art - to Yr 10 

Advert text from Education Gazette

Reinvent yourself, learning and teaching at our dynamic Yr1-13 campus in East Christchurch, opening in January 2017. You need an open and collaborative mindset alongside a love for our kids and a heart for the East. Start date asap and no later than 23 January 2017. For more information call Andy Kai Fong (Manukura/Principal) on 021 0288 2464. Closing date: 9 October 2016

Campus Highlights

  • U8 1000+ students, Year 1-13, in modern learning facilities designed for specific needs and age groups.

  • A diverse and multicultural school community.

  • This campus brings four closing school communities together to form a new and unique community campus that will transform education in our city and reinvigorate the network of education provision in the east of Christchurch.

  • With a Public Private Partnership (PPP), construction commenced in September 2015, and the campus opens in 2017.

  • You will be working alongside an experienced and globally-focused leadership team.


Our Values

ALOFA - Compassion, commitment and love ignite action

SERVICE - ALL learners mindful of their unique role in making a difference

MANAAKITANGA - Every learner having a sense of belonging

SUCCESS - Every learner crossing the stage with dignity, purpose and options

HANGA WHARE - Building the foundation for learners to create their own future


Join us for the chance to:

  • develop a school from the start

  • support the ongoing redevelopment of a community through education

  • re-imagine ‘school’ and ‘learning’

  • co-create learning with and for students and community

  • experience the strength and family-feel of a Year 1 - 13 school

  • impact education locally, regionally, nationally and globally

  • thrive in a collaborative environment

  • engage in change and new ways of doing things

  • re-invent yourself alongside colleagues with similar mindsets

  • see learning as being connected, not silo-ed (primary/secondary; linking learning areas).

Below are links to all the information you should need to apply.
Please read this carefully, utilise the Q&A form or contact us directly