Kaiako: Maori Immersion Class (Fixed Term Study Leave) Kei te rapua e mātou tētahi kaiako e ngākaunui ana ki te whakaako, nō te tirohanga Māori, nō Te Marautanga o Aotearoa anō hoki. Ka uru mai tēnei kaiako ki tētahi tīma e kaha ana ki te tautoko, ki te whakawhiti whakaaro me te mahi tahi. Ka tū ia hei kaiako ki te akomanga reo Māori, otirā he rūmaki. Ko te mea tuatahi, ko te whakawhanaunga ki ngā tamariki. Ka mōhio te kaiako nei ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa me te whakaako kia whakamana ai i ngā tamariki. Ka kaha ia ki te waihanga i ngā wheako pai mō te ako e hāngai ana ki ngã āhuatanga whakaihiihi ai ngā hiahia o ngā tamariki. Ka tino tautoko mātou ki a koe, ka mutu, ka tūwhera ngā akoranga whakawhanake pai rawa atu.
Ko te rā timata, ko te Mane te 28 o Pēpuere, ki mua rānei.
Ka pōwhiritia koe e te Tumuaki o te kura nei, ko Regan Orr, ki tāu whakapā mai, ki tāu haere mai rānei. Kia ora rā.
We are seeking a kaiako who is passionate about teaching from a Te Ao Māori perspective, through Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The successful kaiako would be part of a highly collaborative and supportive team in one of our Māori Immersion classes. First and foremost, the successful kaiako will build and develop highly effective and positive relationships with children - whakawhanaungatanga. The kaiako will demonstrate a sound understanding of curriculum (Te Marautanga o Aotearoa) and effective pedagogy, with strengths and/or commitment to design rich, authentic learning and learning related to students' interests and passions. You will be well supported and enjoy access to outstanding professional learning and development.
Position start date would be Monday 28 February, or earlier by negotiation.
The Tumuaki, Regan Orr, welcomes your inquiries and/or visit.
Please send your application and CV to the Tumuaki, via email (marked confidential). Applications close 3.00pm, Wednesday 23 February 2022.