Our Values:
Within all contexts in which Te Kura Whaiora ki te Tonga operates, we uphold these values:

Whakaoranga: Our students and their hauora / holistic wellbeing are at the centre of our work.
Pono: We act with courage and integrity.
Whakawhanaungatanga: We connect, collaborate, and learn alongside each other.
Manaakitanga: We work with respect and care for the mana and dignity of our ākonga, their families and whānau, our colleagues and the wider community.
Kotahitanga: We are inclusive.

Teacher - 0.8-1.0 by negotiation, Fixed term, CHRISTCHURCH
We have an opportunity for an experienced teacher to join our team in Christchurch.
This position is 0.8 – 1.0 by negotiation, fixed until December 2024.
We require an experienced teacher with the ability to teach Y7-13 students across the curriculum. You will initially be teaching students in the community based from our classroom in Halswell Road.
Immediate start (date negotiable).

A full job description and application form can be found below. Please provide CV, cover letter and application form.
Applications close 3 pm Monday 17 June 2024.
Further information is available by email jThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; ph (03) 366 6739.

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Teacher - 0.6, Permanent, Invercargill
An opportunity exists for an experienced primary or secondary teacher to join our team in Invercargill, teaching students at PACT Youth Day Programme classroom. You will be teaching a small group of students aged 10–16, in all areas of the curriculum.

We are therefore keen to hear from teachers with flexibility and empathy, and an ability to adapt teaching to the unique needs of the individual student.
More hours may be avaialable during the year.

A full job description and application form can be found below. Please provide CV, cover letter and application form.
Applications close 3 pm Monday 1 July 2024.
Further information is available by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; ph (03) 366 6739. 

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Safety checking will be carried out in accordance with the Vulnerable Children Act 2014. This will include: a police vet; identity verification; references and an interview. A work history will be sought and previous employers will be contacted. If there is any suspicion that an applicant might pose a risk to a child, that applicant will not be employed.