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HSIE Teacher with Geography/Society and Culture

HSIE Teacher with Geography/Society and Culture

Rouse Hill Anglican College

Rouse Hill, NSW

  • Expired
Job type:
Part Time, Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Term One 2018

Job overview

HSIE Teacher with Geography/Society and Culture 

Rouse Hill Anglican College has 1290 students from K-12. The College is currently seeking Christian staff members to uphold our strong academic and pastoral programs for the above position.

Further information about this position can be found on the College website: 

Applications for positions at the College should include a reference from a Minister of Religion and the completion of the application form available below and on the College Website (Employment Section).  

Preferred applicants will be required to provide a valid NSW Working With Children Clearance. 

Applications by 15 September, 2017 to:

The Principal, Rouse Hill Anglican College,

PO Box 3296, Rouse Hill, NSW, 2155

Phone: 02 8824 5844 Fax: 02 8824 5877

About Rouse Hill Anglican College

+61 8824 5844

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Rouse Hill Anglican College caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 12 and is located in north-west Sydney. It is a co-educational college and has approximately 1,300 students enrolled. 98 teaching staff teach across all year levels. 

The college was opened in 2002 and provides a Christian education program for all students. Rouse Hill Anglican College provides a well-rounded education and is proud of the achievements of all students. The college has a broad student population, reflecting the diversity of the local district and including students of a range of religious and ethnic backgrounds and of Aboriginal heritage. The average student attendance rate is 93%.


Peter Fowler


The college has modern facilities to support everyday teaching and learning. A new pre-kindergarten building is to be completed by the end of 2018. The college is currently preparing a 20-year master plan to prepare for ongoing growth and development.


The Australian Curriculum is gradually being introduced across all areas of the curriculum as outlined the NSW Education Standards Authority guidelines. The college curriculum is aligned with what is mandated by the NSW Board of Studies. Technology is a significant part of curriculum studies at the college, with laptops, computer labs and iPads being readily available for student use. Christian education is also a fundamental aspect of the curriculum, with students attending a chapel service once per week. 

School ethos

Rouse Hill Anglican College strives to provide a relevant education for its students as well as one that will prepare them for the future. Christian values are identified as being the basis of life at the college and students are invited to become active members of their local faith communities. The college also engages on a global level, having taken service trips to Hong Kong and Cambodia. 

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