ORS Teacher Vacancy

Vacancy
ORS Specialist Teacher 0.3 FTTE

To work with three students (Year 2, Year 5 & Year 8)
You must have excellent experience, knowledge and understanding of ASD

Fixed term position (as dependant on students being enrolled at school)

Application information is available on the school web site
or by emailing admin@carterton.school.nz

Visits to the school are welcome.
Phone 06 3794010 to make an appointment.

Applications close: 3pm Friday 12 February 2016Application Form letter to applicants ORS teacher job description

Timeline ORS teacher appointment
ORS teacher job description
letter to applicants
Application Form

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Yr 7 & 8 Teaching Position

Applications Closed

U5 full primary school. Come and join our supportive and forward looking school community in the beautiful Wairarapa. Position commences Term 1 2016.

 Fixed term Year 7 & 8 classroom teacher for 2016 year.  Must be able to provide a well organised, engaging and stimulating classroom programme, demonstrating excellent literacy and numeracy pedagogy. Experience and knowledge in integrating te reo & tikanga māori preferred, as this class is currently operating as an Ākonga Māori environment. You must be willing to work in a collaborative teaching and learning environment. Indicate your experience, strengths and interests when applying.

Applications close 3pm, Monday 30 November.
Download job informaton: CtnJobNov2015 or email accounts@carterton.school.nz

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Carterton Town & Country Garden Trail

The Carterton Town & Country Garden Trail is being held again on Sunday 15 November 2015 from 10.00am – 5.00pm

10 fantastic gardens – Come along and Get Inspired!

Meet the Gardeners + Relax & Have Fun + Great Value for Money

Price: $25 per ticket (if purchased before Friday 13 November)

$30 per ticket (purchased on the day)

Tickets from:

Clareville Nursery, SH 2, Clareville, Carterton
Take Note, High St, Carterton
Kuripuni Book Shop, Kuripuni, Masterton
Carterton School, Holloway Street, Carterton

More info and updates on the Facebook page.

Phone: Carterton School – 06 379 4010        
E-mail: accounts@carterton.school.nz

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Team Leader & Teaching Vacancies

APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

Learning team leader, permanent, 2MU (probably Y3–6, year groups may be flexible). To commence term 1, 2016. U5 full primary school. We are seeking an excellent, innovative classroom teacher with enthusiasm, energy and proven ability to provide professional leadership within a learning team or/and across a school. Experience in inquiry learning, and te reo & tikanga Māori desirable. Come and join our supportive and forward-looking school community.

Applications close 3pm, Monday 14 September. Application information available here or email accounts@carterton.school.nz

Permanent classroom teacher. (Probably Y3–5, year group taught may be flexible). U5 full primary school. Must be able to provide a well-organised, engaging and stimulating classroom programme, demonstrating excellent literacy and numeracy pedagogy. Experience in inquiry learning, and te reo & tikanga Māori desirable. You must be willing to work in a collaborative teaching and learning environment. Come and join our supportive and forward-looking school community.

Applications close 3pm, Monday 14 September. Application information available here or email accounts@carterton.school.nz

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Term 3

Term 3, and we are looking forward to another busy, fun learning-filled ten weeks.

The first day of term included our first PrEP session (Primary Enterprise Programme).

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“In a PrEP community, students will:

  • Form their own government
  • Run ventures in such professions as performing arts, publishing, community services, manufacturing and banking
  • Design and produce a school-based currency, with one venture providing a banking service
  • Have a market places to buy and sell goods and services.

Through their exchange of goods and services they create jobs for one another. Students earn an income for their work, then make decisions about personal consumption, saving and investing. They also pay taxes to support their own government.

The market system promotes exchange opportunities between students and allows for the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in the school society. Through their learning experiences, students develop the understandings, skills, competencies, and attributes that equip them to be innovative and entrepreneurial.”  (Young Enterprise Trust)

Students from Years 3-8 completed job applications at the end of Term 2 and have been appointed to ventures, mixed up around the school. Younger students will take part in their own classes and participate on market Day.

Term 3 is also the time of some major challenges for our senior students. As well as continuing their EOTC (Education Outside the Classroom) programme, the Year 8 students are in training for the Powell Hut challenge later in the term. This has become a tradition over many years and leads to a huge feeling of achievement for those involved.

Powell Hut

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farewell & Celebration

Farewells & Celebrations

The end of Term 3 turned out to be the end of an era at Carterton School as we farewelled two long-term members of staff.  Both John Le Grice and Michael O’Connell have retired after many years of service both in our school and other schools around the country.
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We also had family members, friends and past staff come to our special event to farewell them. We wish them both a long and happy retirement.

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The last week of school was also a time to celebrate and learn about  Matariki and the importance of this event to the people of Aotearoa. We celebrated with presentations and performances by a large group of students from around the school.

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Towards the end of the term we also recognised Leadership Week with a visit from a representative from the Sir Peter Blake Trust and the presentation of ‘Red Sock’ badges to leaders from each class.
One fun event for all was the annual teacher/student basketball game – and the winner was ???

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Our final assembly of the term is always a special one as each class celebrates the Student of the Term – someone who is diligent, kind and who goes the extra mile. Other awards were given by the Board of Trustees and staff for outstanding performance and contribution to school life.

 

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