Auckland North unit (Rosedale and Whangaparaoa)Term time only. Commencing 2 February 2021This position would suit someone who lives locally.
It involves working two, 3 hour sessions on two days, assisting students in our Rosedale classroom. Plus two, 1.5 hour sessions working with students in the Whangaparaoa library for two days.
Students are predominantly secondary level and work on individual programmes provided by Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Correspondence School).
Auckland North unitThe Auckland region is serviced by several health school units and includes Starship and KidzFirst hospitals.
Auckland North unit is located in Apollo Drive, Rosedale. Teachers cover area north of Auckland city harbour bridge to Wellsford.
NHS teachers work with school age students who meet Northern Health School admission criteria. Education programmes are planned in association with staff of the student’s regular school and may include Te Aho O Te Kura Pounamu (Correspondence School) subjects.
An ILP (Individual Learning Plan) is developed for each student in association with their school of enrolment, parents and any others who may be involved in their wellbeing.
NHS teachers visit students in their homes and, depending on their health needs, students may attend NHS student support centre or their school of enrolment on a part time basis.
however should a vehicle be unavailable, teachers will be expected to use their own vehicle and be reimbursed according to the teacher’s collective agreement.
ICT is an integral part of Northern Health School’s administration, programme development and student record activities. Teachers in all of our units must be prepared to use ICT extensively in the course of their work.
Teachers are responsible to unit associate principal and supported by a teacher aide / office administrator