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    Classroom Teacher

    St Rose Catholic School, Collaroy Plateau is a co-educational primary school which was established in 1973. The school is situated on the northern beaches and has a current enrolment of 211 students. The Vision Statement at St Rose aims to create a Catholic learning community which nurtures, inspires and prepares individuals for their future. At St Rose we walk together as a faith community on a journey of discipleship in service to others. We provide excellence in teaching and learning so that the potential of each child is achieved.

    Closing date October 26, 2018
    LocationCollaroy Plateau NSW, Australia
    Type Full-Time
    Status Temporary

    About this job


    • Applicants must be committed to the ethos of the Catholic School and to excellence in teaching and learning.
    • Ability to work as part of a team under a shared leadership model
    • Sound and contemporary knowledge in catering for a diverse range of learners in the classroom through varied learning opportunities and sound pedagogical principles.
    • Excellent, contemporary understanding and application of current curriculum through an inquiry based approach.
    • Skills in integrating technology to facilitate learning
    • Commitment to teaching according to the school’s learning framework.

    Applicants who are not currently working in a Broken Bay systemic school must have a 4 year training qualification to be eligible to apply for any teaching position in the Diocese.

    All applicants for teaching positions must complete a Teacher Application Form available on our website https://www.csodbb.catholic.edu.au/careers/Job-Application-Packages- and include a letter addressing the essential/specific criteria for the position. This must be emailed to the Principal.

    Further information about teaching in the Diocese can be found on our website:www.csodbb.catholic.edu.au

    Please note that successful applicants must meet the requirements of the Working with Children Check